Goodreads just released their annual survey to identify the best books of 2021. If you're a heavy reader, and have a Goodreads account, fill it out and make your voice heard. If you don't use Goodreads, I do recommend it. It's handy to keep track of what you have read and fun to see what your friends are reading. Feel free to friend me and join the Jackson Public Library group!
I love filling these out every year, but don't read enough of the books on the list to be able to make much of a difference in the voting.
As most of you know, I love to match books and readers. One of the intangible bonuses of using your library is that we love to get to know what you like and then when I'm buying new books, I keep my readers in mind. That's right, I'm a personal reading concierge for those who come in often.
For me, though, this means when I'm looking for a new book to read, I usually go for the ones that no one is checking out so I can match it to a reader and get it out there.
Anyway, it's fun to vote!