Monthly Archives: March 2014

Spring Reading

Spring is upon us even if there is still snow on the ground or in the air. The library has been very lucky this spring with a large donation of westerns, mostly Louis L’Amour but still very generous, thank you mysterious donor. We have many new books in as well with a strong showing for our devoted fans of Quaker and Inspirational fiction with new books by Wanda Brunstetter, Maggie Brendan and Kathleen Morgan. I need to read some of this work as it seems very popular but being a sci-fi guy I do not find romance as appealing as other genres. Speaking of which I was talking about the Magnus Flyte book I was reading and it did end pretty good. The story had enough of a twist at the end to offer satisfaction and a happy ending, not always a compatible mix. The library is still struggling with the difficulties of adopting an online card catalog and integrated checkout system, so we have been running ragged as new an unforeseen issues arise but time and a steady pace will see us through. So in between yard work and sun bathing try to stop by the library, it is always improving and I am sure you will be able to find something to make you smile in the sun.

Good reading Trenton.