Changes Ahead For New Fiction For Adults

Are you tired of waiting for new fiction? Starting Monday, September 30th, the library’s Holds lists will start moving faster as all new fiction in the Adult Department will have a 7-day lending period. This change means that Holds will reach you twice as fast as they did in the past. Anyone who remembers the long Hold lists for books like Gillian Flynn’s  Gone Girl and Mary Higgins Clark’s  Daddy’s Gone A Hunting will love the shorter wait for high-demand books.

This change only affects new fiction in the Adult Department. As always, if there are no holds on a new item, you may renew it once.

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About Katy

Some of the books I've recently come to love include Signal To Noise by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, The Just City by Jo Walton, Goodbye Stranger by Rebecca Stead, and Bug In A Vacuum by Melanie Watt. I'm a firm believer in the power of the Oxford comma.
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