Do you restrict yourself on how many books you take out from the library at a time? Do you borrow books if you already have some out? Do you always reborrow books you don’t get to?
I don't have a hard and fast rule about how many books I take out of the library. Of course, I work in a library and that adds a whole other dimension to this question. I try not to take more than I can read in the three week circulation period. Because many of the books I want to read have a long list of patrons waiting to get them, I can't always predict when my name will rise to the top. Sometimes they all come in at once. Recently, I've begun scheduling exactly (to the day) that I want the books to arrive - one perk of working behind the circulation desk. I currently have books scheduled out until the end of August. I would say that for the most part I have 3 library books checked out at a time. And usually I get them read before I have to return them. Of course occasionally I return them late - and I don't have to pay fines - another perk.
How about you? What are your library habits? Please leave a comment here or link to your own Musing Monday post.
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