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Dreaming of Cold! by Sharren Reil

I live in a beautiful farming town, and thus we have many farmers and farms. I would assume that this was a summer that warmed the cockles of their hearts. It was very warm, sunny, and we had ample rain. … Continue reading

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The Origins of Books by Sharren Reil

I work in a library, so every day I am surrounded by shelf after shelf of books. I have always taken my access to books for granted, and do not think about the history, and inventions, that have led to … Continue reading

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Literary Quotes by Hannah Wight

Everyone likes a good inspirational quote. We like to post them on social media, hang them on our walls, and incorporate them into our conversations. Certain quotes have a way of sticking with us, and we may even rely on … Continue reading

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I Almost Broke Up with this Book…But I’m Glad I Didn’t! by Hannah Wight

We’ve all been there. We’ve picked up a book and looked forward to getting immersed into the story, only to find ourselves confused, bored, and wondering if it’s worth the read. One such book that I almost broke up with … Continue reading

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Animals in Literature by Sharren Reil

*Note, most of these stories require a full box of Kleenex to get through… I still get chocked up when I think about the fate awaiting Beauty and Ginger in the book Black Beauty, and have cried my eyes out … Continue reading

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The Best Sex I Ever Has Was In A Book by Alison McCorkle

Now that I have your attention let me explain myself. I wasn’t the one actually in the throes of passion, I was just the reader of this steamy scene. Spicy romance novels aren’t for everyone. If by chance you might … Continue reading

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Comfort Reading by Elesha Teskey

The end days of summer are here and our thoughts are turning to the cooler weather of fall and the comforts of a cozy blanket and warm beverages…or maybe pumpkin spice products if that’s your thing. Fall is traditionally a … Continue reading

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Calling All Royals Fans! by Hannah Wight

If you’re anything like me, then you’re captivated by the British Royal Family. I love reading and learning about all things Royal, and have thus discovered a great collection of books here at the library that have met this need. … Continue reading

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Experience a Different Culture Through Fantasy by Elesha Teskey

Fantasy books are a wonderful escape to worlds full of potential and adventure. Typically thought of as a male savior with a sword or magic who sets off on a quest to defeat evil looking to conquer a world based … Continue reading

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My Favourite Book Genre by Hannah Wight

I love to read. As a library clerk, that hardly seems surprising. Working in the library has exposed me to a variety of authors and genres, but there is one genre that never seems to disappoint me, and that is … Continue reading

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