Poor puppy! Won’t anyone read to him?
Is doggie storytime a thing?
I love talking to debut authors. Our experiences are so similar, yet so very different, that every one of us has a new story to share. Everyone says that the moment you get your cover it really hits you - you’re an author. The cover is your story - and you - packaged for the world. So the…
We are SO excited for this book! Premise sounds awesome, cover is gorgeous, Mindy backs it….*makes grabby hands*
Eeyore is just one of those characters that you wanna scoop up and hug forever.
We see this reblogged quite often, and today, we’re spreading a little love for Eeyore.
Amanda, our Adult Services Manager, is Kvothe, from Patrick Rothfuss’s Name of the Wind. So, basically, she’s all the things.
Donna, our Reference Librarian, is Sebastian St. Cyr, from C.S. Harris’s Why Kings Confess. So, basically, she’s a Regency-era aristocrat who solves crime in her spare time.
Who are you?
That’s what we’re here for! ;)
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair! Beyond, the April 2014 LibraryReads list!
If you’re anything like us, and you love books about book lovers, then the top pick for this month’s Library Reads list probably has you just as giddy as we are. Who doesn’t like to root for a curmudgeonly bookstore owner?
And….Tom Hiddleston, aka everyone’s new favorite person, for today’s perfect piece of advice.
WHERE are they getting this stuff !!
Pfffttt, who needs gold when you can hoard cheese?
*now imagines Smaug with a giant hoard of stinky dwarf cheese, because dwarf cheese has to be be stinky.*
Who’s your favorite female detective?
A great book list - we whole-heartedly agree that Tana French’s Cassie Ryan (The Likeness) is an amazing detective. And don’t forget about Julia Spencer-Fleming’s Clare Fergusson and Julia Keller’s Bell Elkins.
Wouldn’t that be an awesome crossover movie, though? Gryffindor was always sort of Dauntless.