libraries, I missed my very own home-grown public library. I put all of my hold requests on inactive status, so I wouldn't miss anything while I was gone. I was hoping when I returned the status to active I would have a huge flow of books. So far, I've had six.
The Lacemaker and the Princessby Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
The Seasonby Sarah MacLean
Howl's Moving Castleby Diana Wynne Jones (why ever did I wait so long?)
The Hourglass Doorby Lisa Mangum
Indaby Sherwood Smith
Wintergirlsby Laurie Halse Anderson (I'm sort of afraid to read this one!)
But, since I also happened to return home to a most welcome group of books from publishers, I don't think I will be running out of reading material soon. Here is what I got in the mail:
The Maze Runnerby James Dashner (so good - watch for my review!)
Between Me and the Riverby Carrie Host
Fortune's Follyby Deva Fagan
The Possibility of Everythingby Hope Edelman
And I also managed to win a coveted copy of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows from Maw Books Blog. YEAH!