Monthly Archives: August 2013

Elmore Leonard, By Sue Culhane

Crime writer Elmore Leonard died at his home on August 20, 2013.  He was 87 years old and had written 45 books. Throughout the years he had received praise from critics, other writers and of course his readers. The author … Continue reading

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Grey Summer Days, by Catherine Gillier

There have been a few dark and rainy days during this month of August.  A little sadness and a little joy weave their way among the clouds.  A variety of library books wants to come down from the shelves so … Continue reading

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Reading Habits, by Sue Culhane

Peoples’ reading habits are pretty well ingrained it seems. Most people have a favourite genre and also a list of preferred authors. Some people only ever read fiction while others concentrate on selecting material from the non-fiction section in the … Continue reading

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The August Nature of Reading by Catherine Gillier

The calendar has slowly turned its page to August; and with it, has marked the second month of the summer.  Here at the library a lot of summertime books have made their way to the top of the shelves.  But … Continue reading

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