Libraries in Austin

For 30 days between March 19th and April 17th, 2016, I visited a different library in Austin and posted to my microblog about each one. The best libraries can be wonderful, quiet places to work. I always brought my iPad Pro with me to do some writing.

Here are the libraries, with the date linked to each post:

  • Cedar Park Public Library β€”Β Mar 19 (photo)
  • Wells Branch Community Library β€” Mar 20 (photo)
  • Little Walnut Creek Branch β€” Mar 21
  • North Village Branch β€” Mar 22
  • Old Quarry Branch β€” Mar 23
  • Howson Branch β€” Mar 24 (photo)
  • Westbank Community Library β€” Mar 25 (photo)
  • Yarborough Branch β€” Mar 26
  • a Little Free Library β€” Mar 27 (photo)
  • Spicewood Springs Branch β€” Mar 28
  • Laura Bush Community Library β€” Mar 29 (photo)
  • Pflugerville Public Library β€” Mar 30
  • Manchaca Road Branch β€” Mar 31
  • Faulk Central Library β€” Apr 1
  • Austin Community College Riverside β€” Apr 2
  • another Little Free Library β€” Apr 3 (photo)
  • Ruiz Branch β€” Apr 4 (photo)
  • University Hills Branch β€” Apr 5
  • Perry-CastaΓ±eda Library at UT β€” Apr 6
  • Round Rock Public Library β€” Apr 7
  • Hampton Branch β€” Apr 8
  • Lake Travis Community Library β€” Apr 9 (photo)
  • a 3rd Little Free Library β€” Apr 10
  • Twin Oaks Branch β€” Apr 11
  • Bee Cave Public Library β€” Apr 12 (photo)
  • Leander Public Library β€” Apr 13 (photo)
  • Pleasant Hill Branch β€” Apr 14
  • Terrazas Branch β€” Apr 15
  • Windsor Park Branch β€” Apr 16 (photo)
  • Architecture & Planning Library at UT β€” Apr 17

I also wrote a post after 1 week and a final wrap-up post.