What I Have Out From the Library (February 2023)

I haven’t done one of these posts in a while, and I feel that it’s time again because they motivate me to read the books I have out from work. Otherwise, they just sit there for longer than I intend. Luckily the books I take out aren’t usually on a waiting list, so I have that going for me. But still, I need to really start prioritizing my library books when I have them.

So, let’s see what I currently have out.

Books I Have Out From the Library

A Guide to Being Just Friends by Sophie Sullivan

I might read this one first, as it’s probably more likely to be on someone’s reading list because I, for one, have seen it all over social media and blogs, so who knows who else in my town as heard about this one and wants to read it.

Conviction by Kelly Loy Gilbert

This one just sounds really good, and emotional. I think it’ll hit the feels and hopefully be a book that I’ll love.

What I Want You to See by Catherine Linka

I first saw this at an indie bookstore when I went to a book signing last year, but didn’t end up buying it. I kind of wish I did, but I also don’t know how I’ll like the book. It sounds good, but sometimes I don’t agree with my initial thoughts (or others’ reviews on Goodreads) by the time I finish the book.

The Anatomical Shape of a Heart by Jenn Bennett

I’ve read some of Jenn Bennett’s books before, and I usually like them, but I don’t love them. However, this one sounds really good and might be the first of hers that I love. Maybe?

Stay tuned.

The Liar’s Crown by Abigail Owen

I know the second book is coming out in April (I think) so I might hold onto this a little longer into March (not that it’s far away). Plus, it fits a prompt for the March set of the TBR Tackle Challenge.

This is Not a Personal Statement by Tracy Badua

I’ve been hearing good things about this one, though I’m wary. It kind of sounds a little like the 2006 movie, Accepted, but hopefully this doesn’t quite follow the same storyline. Or if it does, it at least makes it its own.

It does sound funny though, so I am looking forward to reading it.

I know, six books is kind of a lot to take out at a time, but I do have patrons who take out way more than this (usually they’re retired or it’s someone picking up for a homebound patron). In any case, I read fast as well.

I do have to add that I just got The Writing Retreat by Julia Bartz after setting up this post, so that’ll actually be my priority read out of my library books. I know that one is popular right now and it won’t be long before it’s on a waiting list.

What books do you have out from the library right now? Physical or digital?

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