Finally, a LIBRARY LOOT! With the holidays and a crazy travel schedule, I decided to hold off on making any library trips until after the holidays since I knew I wouldn’t get a chance to read any of the books I brought home anyway. Yesterday, I made a trip and came home with a lot of good stuff. 🙂
Okay, so ignore the strange placement of book covers this morning. Apparently, WordPress and I are having a difference of opinion on where and how my covers should be posted. I don’t feel like fighting, so all are at the bottom of the page. You win this round WordPress…
The House on Tradd Street by Karen White. I started this one on the train home yesterday and will finish it this morning.
Versailles by Kathryn Davis. I always enjoy reading about Marie Antoinette.
The Wild Hunt by Elizabeth Chadwick. I’ve been wanting to read The Greatest Knight but the library didn’t have it so I picked up this one.
Heart and Soul by Maeve Binchy. I haven’t read a Binchy novel in a few years and thought it would be a good way to start out the new year. Her books are so comforting for some reason.
Stonehenge by Bernard Cornwell. I think I might be subconsciously trying to read everything by Cornwell my library has…
The Black Tower by Louis Baynard. It’s a mystery, which I’m trying to read more of, and this one caught my eye.
Foxmask by Juliet Marillier. I was hoping to get Heart’s Blood but it was checked out. I picked up this one but it’s the second book in the Children of Light Isles series so it may go back unread since I don’t like to read books out of order in a series.
That’s it for this week. I have a few books on hold too so I’m hoping my next library run will be sooner rather than later.
Library Loot is a weekly event co-hosted by Eva and Marg that encourages bloggers to share the books they’ve checked out from the library. If you’d like to participate, just write up your post-feel free to steal the button-and link it using the Mr. Linky any time during the week. And of course check out what other participants are getting from their libraries!