I finished reading Iced Chiffon, a book I picked up at Books by the Banks. Chatting with the author, Duffy Brown, she mentioned she used to write another genre but then started writing Cozies. I had never heard of this genre. She said their characteristics were the books had a murder or a mystery but no graphic detail. I call these books fluff I guess but with the added detail of being more innocent. This book was entertaining and the author is a local one so I'm glad to support her.
I finished reading Weird Sisters for my Staff and Friends Book Club. It was just ok and I will not be ordering it for the high school library. I did go to the Books By The Banks Festival this weekend and that was really cool. I met lots of awesome authors and brought a few books home for you! I'm currently reading Louis L'Amour's memoirs a student loaned me.
I started reading Weird Sisters for my staff and friends book club. The 3 sisters are named after Shakespeare characters and are all headed home for some family drama. We'll see. Also getting ready to start Louis L'Amour a biography loaned to me by a student. I'm excited to learn more about L'Amour since I've seen a steady rise in the interest of westerns.
Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter is absolute fun. AND it made me go looking for what is fact and what is fiction in Lincoln's life. Expertly written in a refreshingly new type of fiction.
I would recommend it for vampire literature lovers as well as history buffs. What a fun, gripping, gruesome read. And now on to Weird Sisters and Lois L'Amour.
Still reading this one and really enjoying it. Getting some Abe Lincoln history with
Just finished reading a book a friend published. He wanted another editing eye before it went back for a second publish. It was an adventure, suspense thriller. Now I'm reading Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter and it started out grabbing my attention :) What is Fact and what is Fiction?
I started teaching English and Spanish at Blancester in 1996. After getting my masters in Library Science, I moved into the library and I've enjoyed connecting people to books ever since!