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Library Book

I love books.  I love going to book sales at libraries and thrift stores and yard sales, etc.  I add books to my own library and then give others to family and friends.  I love to read and I simply want to spread the love of reading one book at a time. This is why I […]

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On my recent visit to the library, I came across a series of books and stories by P.G Wodehouse. P.G. Wodehouse created Jeeves, the valet/butler/servant to one Bertie Wooster (Bertram Wilberforce Wooster).  Jeeves has become one of the most familiar and enduring fictional characters in publishing history. Jeeves was first introduced to readers in 1915 […]

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As many readers of this blog know, I’m making more and more use of the local library. I recently finished reading  “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson.  It’s a terrific book! Now I’m working on “Eragon” by Christopher Paolini.  I’m also fitting in “Very Good, Jeeves” (the the Jeeves short stories by P.G. Wodehouse.) With all […]

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  One of the really generous things about my local library is their policy on borrowing both hardbound books and Ebooks. Hardbound books can be borrowed for 21 days and you can renew twice, online, with the simple click of a mouse.  This system allows you to borrow a book for two solid months before it needs […]

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It’s been a while since I last updated this blog.  I’ve been busy.  Mostly, I’ve been drawing my cartoon features for print syndication.  The other past-time keeping me from this blog has been summer reading. As many readers know, I’ve posted about my love of reading and the books contained on my Kindle.  Since relocating, […]

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I own a Kindle. Lately, I’ve been borrowing books from the local library. It’s a simple process. Borrow the book from the library using the Overdrive website. For me, it’s located at the Ohio Ebook project, powered by Overdrive. Once you find the Kindle book you wish to check out, you add it to your […]

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