Bookletters... What are they?
July 09, 2010
I was working on September Bookletters orders this week and.... what? You don't know what a Bookletters is? Well, thanks for asking. Bookletters is an email readers' advisory service. Subscribe to email newsletters containing recommended reading lists on up to 22 different topics including Mystery, Romance, History and Current Events, and Popular Culture. Bookletters also offers newsletters for children and teens. Click here to sign up. As you can see with the wide variety, there is probably a list you could subscribe to.
A title on the Bookletters list caught my eye, Pirate Devlin by Mark Keating. Kirkus June Review states, "While Patrick Devlin might lack the comic dimension of Jack Sparrow, he does exhibit a similar swashbuckling (there's no way to avoid that word) and to some extent charming persona—and of course the story, England-native Keating's debut, involves buried treasure, daring raids and fights between gnarly pirates." So if that sounds interesting, you might like to check this book out.
You can place a hold on this title even though the library hasn't received it yet. What are you waiting for?Tags: reading, online resources, Books