The library will help you! Placing a patron request or hold on a book is a powerful way to tell the library which books matter to you. Just print out the form below, or copy and paste it into an e-mail, and hand it (or send it) to someone at your local library. Most library systems also have their own forms online. Here’s the one from Seattle Public Library.
Library Purchase Request Form
Format ___Book ____Ebook ___Audiobook ____Large Print
Title :: THE OYSTERVILLE SEWING CIRCLE
Author/Artist :: Susan Wiggs
- ISBN: 0062425584
- Imprint: William Morrow
- On Sale: 08/13/2019
- List Price: 26.99 USD
Your Name ____________________________________
Library Card Number ______________________________
Phone Number __________________________________
Email address ___________________________________
Additional Comments :: “Heaven is a kind of library.” ________________________________________________________________________________________
NOTE: If you’d like a collectible signed first edition, try this link: https://www.eagleharborbooks.com/preorder-offer-20-signed-first-edition-susan-wiggs-latest
You should be pleased to hear that the Sno-Isle Library system has 109 holds on 25 copies of the book + 88 holds on 15 copies of the e-book + 38 holds on 10 copies of the audio-book.
Screw that. I ordered it from Amazon, and it was delivered on the publication date. Yes, I wrote a rave review for people waiting for the book on the library’s web page. I’m beyond disappointed that shizza related to delivery of my IKEA bookcases prevented me from seeing you on tour and getting my copy autographed in purple. I’ve started my review for my blog, and I’m wondering whether you are the person holding the book in the photo taken on the beach.