Ruth Bader Ginsburg – What reading meant to her

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a advocate for women’s rights. She was also an advocate for reading.

Did you know that September is Library Card Sign Up Month?

The American Library Association has chosen Wonder Woman as their ambassador this year. As a founding member of the Justce League, she is known for strength, compassion and truth. Just like Ginsburg was known for while she served on the supreme court.

As the ambassador, Wonder Woman is embarking on a new mission to champion the power of the library card. Do you have one? I do, and boy it came in handy during the COVID-19 stay at home times.

Since the libraries and book stores were closed, I found the Libby App. Through the app, you can check out ebooks from local libraries. Here’s a link to a prior blog post I wrote. It is book review where I mentioned the app. How Are you Doing on Our To Be Read (TBR) Lists

Wouldn’t have been able to do it without a library card. If you don’t have one, check on the website for your local area library on how to get one.

Be sure to attend the Deep Valley Virtual Book Festival on October 3rd and 4th to check out some amazing books and authors from the comfort of your own home.

The Hard Way will be available at the festival, but you can also head over to the books tab on my website and follow the link to get your own copy. If you want to read the first chapter for free, sign up for my email list. When you visit my website, a pop up box will ask you to sign up. Or you can click on the Subscribe tab and fill out your information there.

Have a great week and keep reading!