Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Library Loot: February 26

Whilst I am still participating in Library Loot it won't be every week now that I am not one of the co-hosts. I am therefore changing the post title format a little bit. Rather than having the upcoming week's dates the post will be just dated with the actual date and the loot mentioned will be those items that I have borrowed since the last Library Loot post. For example, the loot listed below was actually borrowed over a coouple of weeks rather than just this week.

Clare is hosting Mr Linky this week so head over to her blog to share your loot post.

A mix of books and music in my loot this time around!

Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen - I am not sure why I requested this one from the library catalogue seeing as I already have it on my ereader. I think maybe it is because I was just so excited to even see it on the catalogue in the first place. Oh wait, it could be because it was on order on the catalogue even before I was approved for the digital copy.

Matilda is Missing by Caroline Overington - I have read a couple of this author's books and this is the nex one I am going to be tackling from her back list.

A Hundred Summers by Beatriz Williams - reloot. I am determined this is the time that I am going to read this book!

The Memory Tree by Tess Evans - I recently read The Book of Lost Threads by this author for my book club and really enjoyed it so requested this one straight away.

Swing Both Ways by Robbie Williams - Robbie is coming to Australia on tour!!!! I am really hoping to go and see him this time. I have been waiting for nearly 13 years to see him in concert (long story).

Random Access Memory by Daft Punk - My new dancy music fest continues unabated!


  1. I really need to read Lost Lake!

  2. Lost Lake sounds good. I also want to read A Hundred Summers --enjoy

  3. I hadn't heard about Lost Lake yet. Sounds good. Enjoy!

  4. Haven't read Lost Lake yet but love that author! Sounds like a good one.



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