Loved it. T. Rae Mitchell has taken our love for fairy tales and put a spin on the idea by intertwining her main characters into the fate of each fable. As a lover of fairy tales, I was intrigued throughout the whole book. Not your typical YA novel, Fate's Fables covers everything from wicked old … Continue reading Fate’s Fables is a Favorite
Since September, I have been in a whirlwind trying to connect to my new job, recovering from my old job and creating a place in the world for me. In the past twelve months I have been teacher librarian at an elementary and high school, youth services librarian at the public librarian and now, academic … Continue reading Catching Myself
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A few years ago I picked up Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin for twenty bucks on through Nook. It was the four book series at the time. I was a school librarian then so my summer was totally devoted to the first 2000 pages of the series. Then they decided to make it … Continue reading I am reading again FINALLY!
I know that I have had this rant before, but I hate when I get in a reading rut. For those of you who don't know what a reading rut is. Basically, I can't decide what to read. I have stacks of books that are waiting to be read and I can't seem to get … Continue reading Reading Rut (or Pull me Out of the Rabbit Hole)
Why I like libraries 1.Checkout is fast and easy. I strutted (yes, I did say strutted) into my local public library and within five minutes I had picked up a series and two standalone novels for the weekend. Sunglasses in hand, I slipped my card under the electronic “eye” to begin checkout. Then strolled past … Continue reading Why I Like Libraries