One night a couple of weeks ago I got quite despondent about the approaching winter which will surely be a long and rather depressing one. So I decided to cheer myself up by spending some time reserving books from the library. Not that I need books from the library as I have so many unread books of my own (and Jack’s) there’s no danger of running out of reading matter, but I hate the thought that the libraries might close down completely again over winter. Some of the books have arrived and a couple of others will be along time in turning up as there are over 40 people in front of me waiting for them! At the moment my library books are:
A Book of Book Lists by Alex Johnson
An Impossible Marriage by Pamela Hansford Johnson
The Holiday Friend by Pamela Hansford Johnson
Murder by Matchlight by E.C.R. Lorac
Wild Harbour by Ian MacPherson
Gerald and Elizabeth by D.E. Stevenson
Baby Knits by Susie Johns
A few of these books have been published by The British Library. which I just typed into the search box in the library catalogue and lots of interesting publications that I didn’t know about appeared, but I reined myself in – for now.
Have you been using your local library recently?