Wednesday, May 08, 2013

In the Stacks

   My mom tells me that there is now a copy of Blind Shadows in the library system in the county where I grew up. This means a lot to me, as I certainly made use of that library when I was a kid. The building is different, but it's the same library where I checked out books by everyone from Dr. Seuss to John D. MacDonald. Can't tell you how many hours I spent in the library when I was growing up. And now, my novel sits on the shelf there, where someone could come along and check it out. Though I live in a different county now, I may have to drive up there just to see my book on the library shelf.


Paul R. McNamee said...

That is very cool.

Keith West said...

That is an achievement. Post a picture when you make the drive.

Charles R. Rutledge said...

Paul and Keith, yes I'm thrilled to be in the library. I'll try and get a shot of the book on the shelf.