The Matchmakers are happy to welcome our Adult Summer Reading Coordinators, Jen Mihalik and Adam McConville, as our guest bloggers today! They write:
It’s hard to believe summer is winding down already, but our Adult Summer Reading Program wraps on August 31. The good news is we’ll soon be drawing our 13 lucky winners for our Grand Prize and Branch Prizes! Our Summer Readers have been busy this summer, reading or listening to a total of 1,051 books so far. If you haven’t yet joined us, don’t worry, there’s still time to participate. Even submitting an entry for just one book might win you a prize!
All summer long, participants have earned extra raffle entries by submitting reviews along with the books they read. We’ve loved hearing what people really think about the stories they’ve checked out, so once again we want to share some of their 5-star reviews with you. If any of the books below pique your interest, check them out! Let’s finish this summer strong!
Feeding the Soul (Because It’s My Business): Finding Our Way to Joy, Love, and Freedom by Tabitha Brown – F.S. says, “Tabitha Brown’s book is an easy, engaging read that is uplifting, encouraging, and empowering. She shares her story while centering it on spiritual truths and realizations throughout her journey. Her personality on social media is magnetic, and she has quickly risen to fame. This book, however, illustrates that there was nothing quick about it. It took the unseen years of experience, preparation, doubt, failure, and loss that all culminated in her eventual success. A great read.”
The Violin Conspiracy by Brendan Slocumb – J.L. says, “This multilayered story brings the characters to life. Racism, music, family and betrayal create a wonderful novel and mystery.”
There’s still time to submit a review of your own! Whether you loved a book or loathed it, we want to hear from you. For more information, visit https://heightslibrary.org/asrp-22