Amount Board Member Kelly Adamczyk saves by borrowing this list from Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
Amor Towels is an author I get so excited about when he has a new book release. Character development, character interactions and settings make for a wonderful and enjoyable read. He tells a great story in each of his books.
A Man Called Ove
Another favorite author is Frederick Bachman. I’ve read all his books; he’s never a disappointing read. I particularly liked A Man Called Ove. It made me laugh, cry and wish the character Ove could be a central character in more of Bachman’s books.
Can’t Hurt Me
This is one of the most inspirational books I’ve ever read. His story and mental toughness are amazing.
I stumbled upon this book, and I’m glad I did. I found it be very moving. The autobiographical story is a bit depressing, sprinkled with minimal hope, but kept me engrossed with the writing and the tragic upbringing the author endured. The author’s honesty via the central character is admirable.
Kelly Adamczyk, a native of Boston, Massachusetts, has lived in various areas of the country, including Rhode Island, Texas, Ohio, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. However, she considers North Carolina her home, having lived here twice prior to settling in Charlotte in August 2019.
Kelly has always immersed herself in the communities in which she lived by volunteering at her daughter’s school and with ASCPA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) as well as many other non-profit organizations. In addition to serving on the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Foundation board, she is currently a board member for the Charlotte Youth Coalition, a non-profit organization that serves high-achieving, under-resourced students to enter, excel in, and graduate from college. She is also an active member of her church.
Professionally Kelly worked in Human Resources as a Corporate Recruiter and a Generalist. She has worked for various companies including Wells Fargo, KMPG, William Mercer, and Visiting Nurse Service of New York. She is a graduate of Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree.