Library Concierge

Library ConciergeRoanoke County Public Library’s Library Concierge is a monthly subscription service open to all patrons with library cards in good standing. Each month, subscribers will automatically receive curated content or a list of digital titles available on our digital platforms based upon their preferences at the beginning of each month.

How to Sign-Up:

Complete the online form to sign up for Library Concierge and choose your preferences. You can use the form to update your preferences or cancel your subscription at any time. The form must be completed by the 15th of the month in order to receive a selection of items the next month. Book selections will be available by the end of the first week of each month and will be checked out to you and held for 4 days. After 4 days, the selection hold will be cancelled and the books returned. If books are not picked up a second time, your Library Concierge subscription will be paused and you must complete a new form to resume your subscription.

We recommend using the form to indicate any series or authors you have already read.

You can cancel or pause your Library Concierge subscription any time by using the form or contacting the library.

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