Library Loot #2

Library Loot is a weekly event co-hosted by Claire fromThe Captive Reader and Linda from Silly Little Mischief that encourages bloggers to share the books they’ve checked out from the library.

I got a ton of manga this week. I happened to be searching for books late at night at my library's website like I do. I saw that not only were there suddenly a bunch of Tokyo Ghoul books but Noragami books too. 6 Tokyo Ghoul and 13 Noragami books. I gasped with pure delight and ordered a whole bunch. I also gasped and dropped everything as I was searching for books and saw Switch which is the last book in the Savvy series. I wanted to reread the Sea of Tranquility so I can write an accurate review because I died of happiness while I read it. Then, I know everyone has been reading Saint Anything so I impulsed borrowed it.

What books have you gotten from the library lately?


  1. The last books I got from the library were The Raven Boys and The Dream Thieves and I finished TDT today, so I really need Blue Lily, Lily Blue. For some reason, we only have one copy for three branches and it's out...Sigh. haha


  2. Enjoy your loot! I am always browsing and looking up books on my library's website. lol

  3. I love going to the library! So much fun picking up a stack of new reads. Looks like you have been doing some great reading. I just picked up Goodbye, Stranger and look forward to starting it. :)

  4. All of my friends have been raving about Tokyo Ghoul lately. I should really pick them up, but no libraries near me unfortunately.

  5. Wow, you died of happiness while reading Sea of Tranquility (love the title, by the way)? I must check it out, and Switch, then. I always go to the library firmly instructing myself not to borrow any more but always return with 3 or 5.

    My recent borrows are: The Creativity Habit by Twyla Tharp, Finding Water by Julia Cameron, two non-fiction books on India because I'm writing a story for a client, Jab Jab Jab Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk, and The Great Trouble by Deborah Hopkinson (which I'm enjoying so much I read it while taking breakfast).


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