Stacking the Shelves (118)

Stacking the Shelves

I need to get to the library this week to renew my library card at my new/old library here in Atlanta. Because my old library card back in Seattle got cancelled. The post office change of address let them know that I was no longer a resident. And darn, because they had a good ebook collection. So we’ll see about the new place. I’ve discovered that I use the library a lot more when I actually work in it. I’m not sure whether that’s because I can usually convince someone to buy the books I want, or just the convenience. Picking your stuff up is easy when you’re there everyday!

For Review:
The Accidental Empress by Allison Pataki
The Clockwork Crown (Clockwork Dagger #2) by Beth Cato
Escape Velocity (Valiant Knox #1) by Jess Anastasi
The Invasion of the Tearling (Queen of the Tearling #2) by Erika Johansen
Moonlight on Butternut Lake (Butternut Lake #3) by Mary McNear
Owl and the Japanese Circus (Adventures of Owl #1) by Kristi Charish
The Ultimatum (Jeremy Fisk #3) by Dick Wolf

Purchased from Amazon:
Blood Charged (Dragon Blood #3) by Lindsay Buroker
Deathmaker (Dragon Blood #2) by Lindsay Buroker
Mind Raider (Anomaly #2) by Anna Hackett
Salvation (Anomaly #4) by Anna Hackett
Soul Stealer (Anomaly #3) by Anna Hackett
Time Thief (Anomaly #1) by Anna Hackett

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6 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (118)

    1. My new library is a bit disappointing too. I’ll probably end up paying for a card at the nearby bigger library, because they have a better selection. But there were a couple of books (the new Jayne Ann Krentz) that I will read in any format, so now I have them on hold.

  1. I definitely imagine that it’s convenient to borrow more books from the library when you’re actually there. My library isn’t THAT out of the way, but if I worked there then I’d definitely utilize it more. I’m not familiar with the books that you got this week, but I hope you enjoy them!

    SP & STS
    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

  2. I know the feeling of a library card being cancelled, since my Decatur card expired in October 2014. But, I am on the opposite side of the fence here. While I did indeed love the Decatur Public Library in Alabama ( , ), it just can’t compare at all with what we have here in Spokane, WA. In Spokane, we get a card for the City Libraries (Spokane Public Library: , ), which has 6 libraries and a separate card to the County Libraries (Spokane County Library District: , ), which has 10 libraries. 13 of the libraries can be reached by bus, so I am happy. I don’t know about the eBook collection here, but there are lots of physical copies available.

    Is there a possible way you might could buy a non-resident card for Seattle, and still use the eBook library where you live now? Some libraries do that, I think.

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