Where would we be without public libraries?
With all their books,both fiction and non-fiction, their magazines, audio tapes and so on, they cater for all ages and tastes. What a stunning community resource! Does today’s society take them for granted?
They now hold an even greater degree of pleasure for me, since I now know that our local library will soon have access to all my books published to date! Who knows: I might even make some new friends!
So here’s to public libraries, a storehouse of knowledge and interest!
As both a writer of ‘Letters to the Editor’ of my local paper, ‘The Leader’, and as an author of books, it may be confusing to my readers that I ‘m known as Margaret Sharp in the former, and Margaret Lynette Sharp in the latter.
One of my letters appeared in yesterday’s edition of my local Sydney suburban newspaper; a piece about public libraries. Formerly, the paper chose many of my letters that were aimed at saving a local historically significant building, a cause which, sadly, faced defeat.
Readers of ‘The Leader’ may be interested to see a few of my Short Stories. The main Amazon.com web site features ‘Click here’, and that can get you to the first pages of each of my books. Please Google Margaret Lynette Sharp, and find a title in my ‘Life and Love’ series that appeals to you.