• Library Secrets, part 3
    We love having visitors here in the library. Right now though, lots of people prefer to stay home and avoid public places altogether.  Well, that’s cool too. One of the problems with staying home is that boredom becomes a factor. If you can’t go to the library, then how are you supposed to have anything … Read more
  • Fiction review- The Constant Rabbit
    I loved the intro to this book. It starts off with a trip to the library. Except the library’s only open for 6 minutes and there’s a Sole Librarian. It’s very funny and lets you know what to expect from the author, Jasper Fforde. Mostly what you can expect is the unexpected and rather absurd … Read more
  • Library Secrets, part 2
    Scholarly journals. Technically, we don’t have any. Every so often somebody comes looking for scholarly articles on a certain topic. Well, we have magazines: People and Good Housekeeping and Hype Hair. But that’s not what’s meant by scholarly. Usually, the people in search of a scholarly article are writing a term paper or a dissertation. … Read more
  • Manga
    I’m a 30 year old who loves graphic novels and manga. I grew up loving them at a young age, and although my mom didn’t understand my fascination with them, she was happy to see me enjoy a book… or twenty. I say twenty specifically because I fondly remember being so engulfed in a manga … Read more
  • Book Review – Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
    Suzanne Collins wrote a brilliant book called The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. It is a prequel to the Hunger Games trilogy. This is the story of how President Snow’s ruthlessness and cruelty was shaped. In this book he is known as Coriolanus and he was a pretty ok guy until he decided to let … Read more