Thursday, July 7, 2011

Library Thursday Blog Hop July 7th edition



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Library Thursday is a weekly blog hop that I've started to:
1. Encourage people to support their libraries when they can

2. Meet new bloggy friends and grow your following

How to participate (UPDATED):
  • Create a Library Thursday post with a list, pictures or a vlog of your books. Or feature a cool picture of a library, or spotlight one of your favorite libraries.
  • Grab my button if you like it and include it in your post! Make sure to shout the library out that you went to!
  • Once you've created your post, link it to the linky at the bottom of my weekly post
  • Hop around to the other blogs participating and check out what other people are reading. Be sure to leave them a comment to let them know you were there, this is about making friends as well!

Hey there! I discovered another NYPL Branch a few blocks away from my job! Whaaat!!! So here is what I got:


Big Bad Wolf by James Patterson: I actually need to get the book right before this one so I'm going to keep it on the shelf for a little while


Bossypants by Tina Fey: I haven't heard too many people say they were in love with this one. So far I'm kinda ho hum about it. We will see!

What'd ya get?!





3 comments:

  1. I might be the only person who doesn't like James Patterson. I've started a couple of his books but couldn't finish them. Glad you found another library!

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  2. Nooo! Plenty of people don't dig him, I can totally see WHY especially if you pick up the wrong book of his. There are plenty of moments when I'm reading the Alex Cross series and I want to throw the book out the window. But I just keep reading lol.

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  3. Uh oh - that sounds dangerous discovering a library branch so close to your office! Fortunately or unfortunately, my library is a bit of a walk away. Unfortunately, or fortunately, bookshops are closer - aahhhhh!!!!

    I haven't read any James Patterson - but I'm tempted to give him a go. Is there one you'd recommend I start with?

    And An Elegy for Easterly is great - I'm sure you'll love the collection of short stories, and if you don't, then you can just look at the cover!!

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