Library Love: January 23, 2015

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 Library Love is a recurring post in which I share my weekly bounty from my public libraries.

 

 

So, The Boy and I have decided to move our daily Reading Time to our local library once or twice a week, just for a change of scenery and to get out of the house for a while – he tends to get cabin fever very easily. It’s gone well so far, but then we’ve only gone once at this point. It’s nice to settle in, surrounded by all those books, and that book smell, and that “hush” in the air you can only hear in a library. Speaking of books: Oooooh, y’all, am I going to get my read on this week or what?! All kinds of books that I had on the waiting list came through for me this week, and I cannot wait to get started!

As you may have noticed, I’ve been working my way through the Mary Russell & Sherlock Holmes series. This week I’ve got the fourth book in the series, The Moor. I am loving these novels so much! The Barefoot Queen has been on hold for me for so long, I can barely remember why I wanted to read it – just that I really, really wanted to at one point in the distant past. Same goes for I’ll Give You the Sun {I’m not much of a YA gal, but I’m going to give it a go}. I’m so excited to get into The Girl on the Train – I hardly had to wait for it at all; that was pure luck on my part. The Children Act looks to be a good bet, as well. Stay tuned for next week, y’all, when we’ll have a special edition of Library Love: Junior Edition!

Happy Reading, everyone!

What are you reading this week?

 

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