Library Loot

It’s going to be a million degrees this weekend. (Ok not a million but 112° F or 44° C. ) So I might as well find a spot that’s reasonably cool, grab an adult beverage and read. So yesterday I drove into town to run a few errands and dropped by my favorite public library to grab a book or two. Because if it’s gonna be hot, I gotta have enough stuff to read. 

Library Loot is a weekly event co-hosted Claire from The Captive Reader and Sharlene from Real Life Reading to encourage bloggers to share the books they’ve checked out from the library. If you’d like to participate, just write-up your post, steal the Library Loot pic and link your post using the Mr. Linky on Sharlene’s Blog.

With COVID restrictions in my county continuing to be rolled back maybe I’ll find a nice air conditioned pub, drink a few pints of beer read until my heart is content. Let’s just hope when I do eventually step outside I don’t melt.

11 thoughts on “Library Loot

  1. I’ve read several of Theroux’s travel books. He is a very good writer, and they’re fun reading. This particular one had a bit that slightly pissed me off, but otherwise, it is a very good read. I have two more on my shelf that I haven’t read, but I’m sure to get to them some day!

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  2. Your loot looks great. I have Peter Frankopan’s “The Silk Roads” on my TBR pile, must be a great book but I think I wouldn’t mind reading any of the books you have there. Thanks for that list.

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  3. Can you send a little (not too much) of that heat my way please? It’s meant to be summer but the sky outside and the temperature is more akin to March than June.

    My husband is the Theroux fan in our household. His favourite is Happy Isles of Oceania.

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    • Lol! Believe me I would GLADLY send most this heat your way if I could! If I end up liking this Theroux book I’d be willing to read more of his stuff. Thanks for the recommendation! Thanks also for dropping by and commenting. Please visit again!

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    • I did survive! Fortunately there’s a creek on the property and I was able to stick my chair in the water and cool myself down. It was a life saver!
      Thanks! I’ve always been a fan of nonfiction but over the years I’ve tried to read more fiction.
      Thanks also for commenting! Please visit again!

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