Library Challenge

2015 Library Challenge

2015 Library Challenge

I think this is a great challenge, because libraries are so important. They’re supported with tax dollars and if people don’t use them local government may take away some of the funding.

For about three years I didn’t read anything but digital books. I love my Kindle, but this fall I decided if I was going to read some of the new and expensive books I was going to have to start reading paper books from the library. I started that last fall and am enjoying getting books from the library again. (I have used the library for my reference reading and also to get digital books when they’re available.)

I plan to go for the Intermediate level (12 -16 books).

The challenge is hosted by Sheila @ the Book Journey blog.

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Levels of commitment:

 1-5 check outs in 2015 – NOVICE

6-11 check outs in 2015 – ROOKIE

12- 16 check outs in 2015 – INTERMEDIATE

17 – 22 check outs in 2015 – SEASONED

23 – 27 check outs in 2015 – EXPERIENCED

28 + check outs in 2015 – GOING PRO!

Check outs count for anything bookish – books, audio, even e-reader book check outs (yes, libraries have these now!).  Go… meet your library again and fall in love.  🙂

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1. Turn Coat by Jim Butcher (reviewed February 16 / library e-book)

2. Winter at the Door by Sarah Graves (reviewed Mar 12)

3. Karen Memory by Elizabeth Bear (reviewed Mar 13)

4. The Future Falls by Tanya Huff (reviewed Mar 20)

5. Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop (reviewed Jun 5)

6. Uprooted by Naomi Novik (reviewed Jun 19)

7. Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews (reviewed Oct 30)

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