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What I’m Reading – A (Kinda) Regular Feature

21 Jun

I realized today, as I backed up from my local library branch, that I had an adrenaline rush that was likely akin to what shopaholics feel when they leave the mall. Slightly flushed and smiling to myself, I looked over at the short stack of books I checked out and imagined the perfect silence in which I wanted to read them, curled up on the couch with the sunlight spilling through the living room window behind me. Ever since I finally figured out how to use the online request system for Dallas Public Library, I’ve been tagging books and eagerly awaiting their arrival at the nearby branch.

Much like a overly enthusiastic shopper, I also like to share my finds with the world. As an effort to share with the audience outside of my Instagram and Twitter followers, I’m going to begin posting photos of my loaned treasures on here.

Books!

My Latest Haul

I’d love to hear what you’re reading as well, since word-of-mouth is often how I discover new writers. Well, word-of-mouth and my sister who truly will one day bury herself, Hoarders-style, in her living room with the amount of books she has.

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3 Responses to “What I’m Reading – A (Kinda) Regular Feature”

  1. Katrina Davies Hutchesson June 21, 2013 at 6:37 pm #

    I love borrowing from my library too and I often do the online reserving as well. I’m not reading anything heavy or of great literary significance at the moment, going with light and fluffy at the moment

    • veleisap June 23, 2013 at 9:25 pm #

      I love being around three branches within five miles. I try to mix up light and fluffy with more serious. Thanks for the comment!

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