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Discussion Post. Strong Female Character

Serious question. What do you think when you hear, Strong female character? Do think physical strength? Do you think of a character that is moral? or do you think of a strong female character is a well rounded character? 26 more words

Guest Post: Dot Hutchison Talks About Saving Our Libraries

Dot Hutchison has worked in retail, taught at a Boy Scout camp, and fought in human combat chessboards, but she’s most grateful that she can finally call writing work. 1,620 more words


How do you read Short Stories?

This month, short story month, has been a new and intriguing experience for me.

I, like many of our readers (we have noticed the lower hits!), have never really been  412 more words

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Guest Post: Library Online Resources

Library patrons know that the library building can be an extraordinary place.  Rows of books shelter new worlds and forgotten classics.  Stacks of DVDs offer the promise of a free movie night.  484 more words


Guest Post: Why I Love My Library: The Joy of Browsing

Today we welcome Katie of Doing Dewey!

As a reader, I’ve always adored my local library. Whenever I move, one of the first things I do is get a library card. 478 more words


Why Book Reviews Are Not Going Anywhere

With the increase in popularity of discussion posts, there has been some anxiety in the book blogosphere that book reviews are becoming obsolete.  After all, compared to the traffic that discussion posts gets, it looks as if no one reads book reviews and no one comments on them anyway. 401 more words

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Let’s Talk Textbooks!

In the book blogosphere we, of course, spend a lot time talking about books: what we like, where we buy them, how we organize them, and how we write about them.  502 more words

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