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National Library Week!!! Woot!

I love libraries!

Nat Library Week Pauline Baird Jones

I love libraries! When I was young, the only way for me to get my hands on books was in my school library and my town library.

So I’m very happy to celebrate National Library Week! And the best way to celebrate is to READ!

So I thought I’d share a list of some of my favorite authors (I don’t have enough life left to list all of them!) and a book to get started with them:

Alexis Glynn Latner – Witherspin

Veronica Scott – The Wreck of the Nebula Dream

SE Smith – Voyage of the Defiance

Sharon Lee & Steve Miller – Agent of Change

Dorothy Grant – Going Ballistic  

Michelle Diener – Dark Horse

Mary Stewart – The Moonspinners

Alastair MacClean – Where Eagles Dare

Helen MacInnes – Above Suspicion

Kyndra Hatch – Interrupting Starlight

Each of these books delighted in some unique way and turned me into a fan of their books! I hope you’ll check them out for National Library Week

Perilously yours,


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