Friday, October 22, 2010

Library loose ends

Oh, separation from my local library. Time to cut the cord.

I was reminded of this when I received an email the other day, informing me that Darrin Strauss' Half a Life had been pulled for me and awaited my pick-up. Since I've already moved from my hometown to my interim hometown, today I pulled the plug on that hold.

Oh, and I see I owe $1.60 in late fees. I didn't see that coming. 

I'm currently occupied with re-reading my sci-fi classics, so to keep a space for my future reading intentions, here was my pending library list:

By Daniel Woodrell (author of Winter's Bone, recently made into excellent movie): 
  • The Ones You Do
  • The Death of Sweet Mister
(I've already read Winter's Bone, Woe to Live On, and Tomato Red.)

All of the works by Patrick O'Brian (author of Master and Commander)

The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

The Man Who Shocked the World: The Life and Legacy of Stanley Milgram, by Thomas Blass

You Are Here: Why We Can Find Our Way to the Moon, But Get Lost in the Mall, by Colin Ellard

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