Although this subject has been blogged recently, I wanted to share my exciting experience with all of you. After work on Wednesday evening I decided to grab a book for the light rail ride home. I headed over to the non-fiction section in Central Express (first floor of the Central Library) to see if there were any new titles about Antarctica. What I came across instead is Tori Spelling's new autobiography, sTori Telling. I was so excited because I have been on the waiting list for months and was still sitting at number 53. But because the Express collection is now "non-holdable," anyone can walk into the Central Library, find a hot new title and walk out the doors with it. No more waiting in line for a popular title!
Central Express has lots of wonderful collections, for example, general fiction The lost duke of Wyndham by Julia Quinn; science fiction Saint City sinners by Lilith Saintcrow; mysteries Blood dreams by Kay Hooper; westerns Thunder of eagles by William W. Johnstone; non-fiction The big sort: why the clustering of like-minded America is tearing us apart by Bill Bishop; and, last but not least, travel guides Backpacking California. So what are you waiting for? We're open six days a week, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays until 8 p.m., with free parking on Saturdays. After your visit to Express, you may want to stop by one of the two new restaurants that have opened up across the street from the Library, Fuzio and Table 260.