Monthly Archives: July 2014

A woman’s purse is a private thing. We’d like you to believe we carry only the essentials for living, only those things we can’t bear to be without for a few minutes, and only what every other woman has in … Continue reading

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I’m late, late, late to reading this, but I just finished Stephen King’s JOYLAND.  I guess I’m on a bit of a horror kick lately after Josh Malerman’s BIRD BOX, and honestly, I’m on the lookout for something equally as … Continue reading

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As a librarian, I’m often asked for book recommendations. Sometimes, the answer is simple, especially if I read what the patron is asking for. Other times, I may have to consult with someone else in the library, especially if it’s … Continue reading

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The world rushes by my doorstep, leaving me breathless as I try to find solid footing. I have no one to blame but myself for the multitude of yesses, and yet, I often hear the names of others pouring from … Continue reading

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It’s Birthday Month! While my birthday falls a little later this month (amazingly, I’m 28 again!), July also includes Canada’s birthday, the United States’ birthday, and just as important, it’s the YA Buccaneers’ birthday!  That’s right, it’s been one whole … Continue reading

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