Yesterday morning I woke up bright and early to head into the Big City. Okay, maybe it wasn't bright and early, but I did get up with a mission.
You see, the main library was hosting a Book Sale and it just so happened that I had books to return (like the recently reviewed The Heretic's Daughter). I love spending an afternoon at the library on ordinary days, so with a Book Sale in full swing, I knew I had to visit.
This was my first library Book Sale, so I wasn't quite sure what to expect... but I did leave a little bit disappointed. There just wasn't that many books for sale. Maybe I ended up getting to the location too late - the sale has been on for a few days but my own engagements have prevented me from attending.
However, I did leave with three books - one for $2 and two for 50 cents each (at that price, how can you not leave with something?!). They'll be featured and reviewed later this May.
So, why am I writing this?
I was wondering if you attend library book sales. What are your views on the sales - are they usually worthwhile for you to attend?
As a book addict, I have a feeling I'll visit the Summer Sale in July. You never know what you'll find!