Library Loot is a weekly event co-hosted by Eva and me 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!
I really wanted to thank everyone for their warm welcome to the co-host role for Library Loot. I got to visit a couple of completely new to me blogs, and I know that we had some first time participants last week as well. This week's Mister Linky will be over at Evas so be sure to add your link so we can all come and visit.
I didn't have a particularly good week this week in terms of library use, not because of the number of books I borrowed, but more because of the number of books that I had to take back unread that were either due today, or already overdue. I think it is fair to say that I will be reborrowing most of them over the next few weeks.
The books that I did pick up from the library this week were:
Vexing the Viscount by Emily Bryan - this author was featured over at Royal Reviews in the last couple of weeks, and I thought I would give her books a go.
Vision in White by Nora Roberts - I don't often buy any Nora Roberts books but I do put my name down at the library to get them when they do come out. This is the first book in the Bride Quartet series.
Disco Boy by Dominic Knight - I added this book to my list after reading a review of it over at Book Thingo. A love story written by an Australian man who happens to be a fairly famous comedian seems like it might be an interesting read.
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss - A few weeks ago this book was reviewed over at Book Smugglers, and Ana said "I don’t want to run into any rushed declarations but The Name of the Wind may well be the best book I read since The Book Smugglers’ inception." After a rave review like that I am pretty sure I wasn't the only person who added it to my TBR list!
The Rossetti Letter by Christi Phillips - I have been meaning to read this book ever since it first came out but I have never borrowed it before now.