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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Book Giveaway!

Sometimes I feel like I am posting to a cold, empty world out there. To test this theory, I am going to give away some books that Maureen brought back from her adventures at the annual conference of the Romance Writer's Association (thanks, Maureen!). You can add them to your collection or use as give-aways.

Please send me a note (langby@ifls.lib.wi.us) and tell me your favorite thing and your least favorite thing about this summer (I'll post a compilation). If there are any titles you don't want, let me know. I'll distribute books to IFLS libraries first come, first serve. Here are the books (please excuse odd spacing):

Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover by Ally Carter (paperback)

Only the Good Spy Young by Ally Carter (hardcover)--this one has multiple holds on MORE

Glimmerglass by Jenna Black (A Faeriewalker Novel) (paperback)

Blue Bloods: Keys to the Repository by Melissa de la Cruz (hardcover)

Blue Bloods: The Van Alen Legacy by Melissa de la Cruz (paperback)

Inside Out by Maria V. Snyder (paperback)


  1. My favorite thing about the summer:
    the excitment of the reading program and all of the wonderful entertainment.

    My least favorite thing about the summer:
    the day care group that come every Monday and are so loud and rambunctious the walls shake!

  2. *cough* I am not in IFLS, so I'm not eligible, but I just wanted to say I do read your blog...it's very helpful. I'm Lakeshores, btw...and my favorite thing about summer was the processions of kids carrying giant stacks of books parading up to the circulation desk! Least favorite...dealing with parents who are worried their little darling didn't get all that they deserve.