it seems all the books I have on hold at the library become available at the same time. it happens so often in fact I’ve had to start holding only two or three at a time and putting the rest of the books I want to read on my Wish List for later reference. last week “The Rest of Us Just Live Here” by Patrick Ness came off my hold list, which I planned to start over the holiday weekend. (I’m only one chapter in but think I will enjoy this easy read!) over the holiday weekend the second book I had on hold became available, the third book of The Testing trilogy. if you like the Hungar Games you with love this trilogy as well.
I try to utilize the library as much as possible. there are so many books out there I hardly read any of them more than once because I want to read them all! my local library has a lot of ebooks so I can get download them right on my kindle. it’s a very nice feature if you have a busy schedule and don’t always have time to go to the library and browse for books. although I do love to do that as well when I have the time.
joining a book club is a great way to discover new books and meet people with similar interests. I’ve been a member of a book club for over a year now. our librarian is very nice and truly passionate about literature and she started it the summer The Fault In Our Stars by John Green came out in theaters and we’ve been having monthly meetings ever since. except the past two months we haven’t been able to coordinate meetings because of the holidays, back to school and also because Jessica, the librarian, is pregnant! very exciting news to everyone.
we usually stick to YA books because we are a group of 5 or 6 young women in our 20s that love John Green and Rainbow Rowell.
I’m not sure what’s next on my reading list but I’m excited to finish these two current books!