Library Loot is a weekly event co-hosted by Claire from The Captive Reader and Marg from The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader 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!
The big library news for me this week is that I just joined two more libraries. In both cases, the reason for joining the library is so that I can borrow ebooks on my e-reader. I have borrowed one book from one library already, but for the second one I have to wait for my card to turn up in the post.
As a result of joining these libraries, I was thinking about how many libraries I have or have had memberships at here in Melbourne, and I was a little surprised to realise that it was up to six! At this rate I will joined all the ones in Melbourne in another 15 years or so!
Claire will have Mr Linky this week, so head on over to share your link.
Anyway, onto my loot for this week.
The Cinderella Deal by Jennifer Crusie - This was the one standalone Jennifer Crusie book that I had never read before, so when I saw that this was available on e-book, I really couldn't resist!
The Jewel of St Petersburg by Kate Furnivall - Reloot. This time I will read it. Hopefully!
A Kiss at Midnight by Eloisa James - First book in Eloisa James latest series.
The Dead Travel Fast by Deanna Raybourn - Reloot. After reading Dark Road to Darjeeling and loving it, I was remindered that I still haven't read this standalone novel.
The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong - I love all the Kelley Armstrong books that I have read, but I haven't managed to read any of her YA books!
His Favourite Mistress by Tracy Anne Warren - The next book in the Mistress series.
Boy by U2 - A few weeks ago I borrowed U2's latest album in anticipation of going to their concert soon. I hadn't listened to this album either, so I will give it a go. I only just realised that this was their first album so it should be an interesting contrast to No Line on the Horizon.
Here's a montage of photos from the era set to I Will Follow, one of the songs on the album. They all look so young!