Hi y’all! If you have been on here for any given length of time, you know I am a huge supporter of Libraries and Librarians. Since it is National Library week, I thought I would share one of the reasons I support my libraries: Librarians.
So the first book I picked up at the library this year was A Soupcon of Poison by Jennifer Ashley. I picked this up because I love (and I mean LOVE) her shifters and historicals. It seemed like a good way to try something different from her and I was glad that I did!
I know when we are talking about Library Books, we generally hear a bunch about ebooks and print books. I am here to remind you that audiobooks are there too.
Here are a couple of reasons to use your library for Audiobooks:
Did y’all know that September is Library Card Sign-Up Month? If you have been hanging around here for awhile I know you do. So my challenge to you is to spread the word wide and loud that it is time for people to get on board the Library Train!
I haven’t done one of these in FOREVER but #LibraryCardSignUp Month is September so every Monday in September I will show you how I use my library Hold and Loan System ONLINE!! I am a huge fan of Overdrive. Let’s start with HOLDS: I have 3 library cards and use the hold system to it’s fullest! Library 1: Local Library 2: Cross City Agreement Library Library 3: Anybody in the State is allowed a Library Card A couple of ways I use my Library System: *To check out books that I have the audiobook (I like to have the text to refer to) *If I really want a book I will put on hold in more than one library to see which one I get it first *Cookbooks!!!!! *Non-Fiction Books!!! True Crime specifically *Books I have heard are good but I am not sure I will like! How do you use your library hold system? Do you have more than one library card?