Leah's Bookish Obsession

Leah's Bookish Obsession

I'm a work in progress, I think I'll always be...

 

 Spoiler-free, and smaller, pocket-sized reviews.

All my ratings start at 5 Stars and go down from there.  Because every book deserves to start out at the top.

Out Of Area Library Cards
HAVE YOU EVER WISHED YOUR LIBRARY HAD MORE BOOKS AVAILABLE TO YOU???
 

Did you know, even if you don't live in a certain library's district, you can sign up for an out-of-state eCard to check out eBooks and Audiobooks with?  There are only a few libraries that offer this, especially where they'll mail it to you.  I looked into the different libraries that offer this:

 

Brooklyn Public Library NY-- $50 a year (Works with email and they mail a physical card to you.)

 

*Orange County Library FL--  $125 a year (This one works for Out of USA Countries)

 

*Fairfax County Library VA--  $27 a year

 

Houston Public Library  TX--  $40 a year (This one does it all by email...even the Card gets emailed to you.)

 

*Free Library of Philadelphia  PA--  $50 a year (This one works for Out of USA Countries)

 

*note--I'm not certain if all these libraries will mail the card to you, but I think they do. 

 

I utilize both the Brooklyn, NY Library and the Houston Library.  They have long wait for holds especially Houston.  I've been using Brooklyn for 2 years (just paid for my 3rd year) and Houston for about six months.  I love it because I can use Libby (best Audiobook Player there is) through Overdrive.  My local library went to CloudLibrary, which has a horrible Audiobook Player.

 

 

 

 

currently reading

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My 200 Most Recent's

City of the Lost
A Geek Girl's Guide to Murder
Something In The Water
Any Man: A Novel
All the Ever Afters: The Untold Story of Cinderella’s Stepmother
Speak Easy, Speak Love
Bad Mommy
The Swan and the Jackal
Warcross
The Naturalist
All Your Perfects
Paradox
The Scorpio Races
Ready Player One
The Empress
Like Never and Always
Alex, Approximately
Hero at the Fall
Gentleman Nine
Away from the Dark