So this week saw my first (unsuccessful) and second (successful) library trip this summer and I was quite surprised!
Earlier on in the year, I was living in the city and about a ten-minute walk away from the central library and was actually disappointed to find that the fiction section was very poorly stocked and packed full of large print hardbacks. Not what I was hoping for! Since reverting to my rural living roots, I've been a five-minute walk away from the village library/community hall. I wasn't holding out much hope because the average age of my locale has increased by about 50 years but I was really pleased to find a great selection of contemporary fiction. So we know where I'll be on Saturday mornings from now on.
Added to my TBR pile this week were:
Graceling by Kristin Cashore (bought)
Dracula by Bram Stoker (borrowed)
Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffeneger (borrowed)
A Dirty Job by Christopher Moore (bought after a recommendation from Red and the only of his books available at my local bookshop)
I've already started Graceling and am loving it so far - hopefully I'll be reviewing it tomorrow.
I hope good weekends have been had all round!