What it doesn't entitle me to, however, is receiving a hard copy of the RWR newsletter. Hey, normally this is fine. Members can read it online using their log-in and password - which is what I usually do. However in the August issue, the delightful and wonderful Sherry Thomas wrote an article about how books get into libraries. She interviewed me and everything! I've read the article online, and there are some choice Super Librarian quotes people. Including the following:
"The minute my job becomes about personal taste is the day I hope I get fired."Seriously. How awesome am I?
Anyway, just because I can read the article online doesn't mean I can print it. I can't. If I was a smarter duck I could probably crack RWA's security, but I'm not. Oh, and I'm lazy. Mustn't forget the lazy.
My boss has expressed an interest in seeing this article, as have several of my coworkers. Plus there is the Super Librarian family. My Mom wants to hang it on the refrigerator and everything! So I'm wondering if some kind full-fledged RWA member will take pity on me? Either by sending me their copy of the newsletter (if you're going to pitch it in the garbage anyway) or by sending me a photocopy (or scan) of the article.
Pretty please? With sugar on top? If you're interested in meeting your good deed of the day quota, please e-mail me. Many thanks in advance.