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I wish the “read next” recommendations on B&N receipts weren’t so obvious.

I need help finding something that expands my repertoire, something that I’d never find on my own, something that hits a similar mood or resonates thematically, but is maybe from a different genre entirely, or from an author I’ve never heard of. 205 more words


GHCL Featured Staff Member Recommended Reads: Heather

This week’s featured staff member is me: Heather, our adult services programmer.  Heather plans all the Tuesday night adult programs for the library and is on the committees that help plan two big Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) county-wide events (the Art of the Story Festival in April and Adult Summer Reading Program).  273 more words

Reading Suggestions

On the Floor

Think “Bonfire of the Vanities”. It is the 1990s on a London securities trading floor. Quants and dark pools have not yet had their day, and the age of brokerage puffery and bravado is in full swing. 240 more words

Book Review

Why Young Adult (a response to the blogger that says adults should not read children's books)

*Editor’s Note: I asked Katy B., our youth librarian here at Garden Home Community Library to write a reaction to an online article in June that blasted adults who read the Young Adult (YA) genre. 1,022 more words

Reading Suggestions

Watermark Authors’ Summer Reading List (Part 2)

Part Two of our authors’ summer reading list includes fourteen more titles, picked by five of our authors. These are selections that they’ve got on their own to-read piles or recommend adding to yours. 927 more words

Fun Stuff

July 2014 Book Group - The Aviator's Wife

On Tues., July 8 at 7 p.m., the Garden Home Community Library’s book group will meet to discuss Melanie Benjamin’s book The Aviator’s Wife.

If you are interested in reading the book, I still have 2 copies of the book available in the library.  143 more words

Adult Programs

Watermark Authors’ Summer Reading List (Part 1)

We asked our authors what books they’ve got on their summer reading list and what they’d suggest you to add to your list. As you might guess, these writers are also voracious readers and were enthusiastic about sharing—some gave us more than one pick!—so we’ve had to split our list into two parts. 671 more words

Frances Kakugawa