I was at a library used book sale. You know the ones: tables upon tables, boxes upon boxes filled with books to look through. They're mostly sorted, by genre if not alphabetically by author. And there's just so many to peruse. There are a few authors that I always keep an eye out for at used book sales like this. One of those authors is Adriana Trigiani. I haven't read many of her books yet (just two), but I've loved those that I've read. So I'm slowly collecting anything and everything she's written.
Which is why I got so excited at the library used book sale whenever I saw a book by Adriana Trigiani. This happened about 16 times. And when I looked closer, I discovered it was a book I already owned by her. That happened about 16 times. Excitement, followed by disappointment. Bookworm Problem.
Thankfully, the last time ended in excitement. I found a copy of Milk Glass Moon, the third book in her Big Stone Gap series. I've read the first two in the series, and this was the perfect find to add to my Adriana Trigiani collection. If only there hadn't been so many letdowns first!