Library Month Guest Post

July 20, 2014 Uncategorized 6

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I love my library, so I was very excited when Krysta and Briana of Pages Unbound asked me to do a guest post for their month-long celebration of libraries.  The fun posts they’ve written so far include a personality quiz (what library resource are you?) as well as two posts about why libraries are so awesome (part 1 and part 2) because one post just wasn’t enough. Today they’re sharing my guest post about how much I love browsing for books at my library, so if you love your library too or just wondering what all the fuss is about, you should hop over and check it out.

 

6 Responses to “Library Month Guest Post”

  1. Lindsey

    Great post, Katie! There’s something so therapeutic about just wondering around a library and seeing all of the books.

    Maybe the next time we head to the library, I will just browse for a while instead of picking up my holds and going home! 🙂

    • DoingDewey

      Thanks Lindsey! I find it relaxing to just browse too and I also enjoy the excitement of potentially finding a great new books 🙂

  2. Jancee

    Good post! I have gotten back into browsing more recently, but for so long I solely read off lists of some kind, to the point that I forgot how to browse. It’s still something I have to let myself do, because I think I have to read such and such and don’t have time for free reading, but I actually love the magic of discovering books through browsing!

    • DoingDewey

      I really want to do better about getting back to browsing. This month, I’ve cut down on ARCs a lot, so I’m finally getting to books I picked up at my library sale a few months ago and I’m enjoying that a lot 🙂

    • DoingDewey

      I’m glad you’ve enjoyed them! I’ve liked checking everyone else’s out too. I’m always surprised when book bloggers say that they don’t use their library very much. Mine is one of my favorite places 🙂

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