Mid-Year Reading Report

We are over halfway into the year now, and it's been quite a year so far! Not only did I finish my first year of graduate school with a 4.0 GPA, but I have also written and published a book and somehow managed to read (as of this time) 34 books.  I really though I'd … Continue reading Mid-Year Reading Report

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Siblings Book Tag

Hey guys, it's book tag time again!  I found this short tag over on Kelly's blog - Another Book in the Wall - and thought it would be a cute one to do.  Also, I'm really lacking on ideas for other blogs posts at the moment.  Hopefully I'll get back into a good rhythm soon. … Continue reading Siblings Book Tag

Top Ten Tuesday: Reasons to Love Your Library

I’m going through a summer slump in the blogging department at the moment, but I found this great post by Holly at Nut Free Nerd listing 10 Reasons to Love Your Library.

Check it out – because it’s 1000% accurate – and give Holly some love!

And your library too.

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Nut Free Nerd

Happy Tuesday! Since the lovely bloggers behind The Broke and the Bookish are taking a summer hiatus from creating TTT topics, I’ve decided to come up with some of my own for the next few weeks. This week I’ll be sharing my Top Ten Reasons to Love Your Library. As someone who worked at a library throughout my high school years I always look forward to visiting my local one on a regular basis during the summertime. I know everyone has their own personal preferences when it comes to the formats of books they like to read (new, used, borrowed, digital, etc.) but I really think that libraries deserve more credit than they often receive! Here are ten reasons to give your local library a little more love:

1. Borrowing books = FREE. This is an obvious reason, but for many people I think it’s the most important one. I…

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