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Problems of an Overworked Librarian #226
When you come home and your start week-long vacation…
Problems of an Overworked Librarian #225
When you are returning back to the public after a long weekend…
Upcoming Author Talks in December
December is jampacked with author discussions! Looking for something to take your mind off all the holiday shopping and cooking you might have to do? Don’t worry! December is packed with great and compelling author talks that will take your mind off everything! Get an in-dept look into a country house murder, here from award-winningContinue reading “Upcoming Author Talks in December”
Catch Up With These Past Author Talks!
Over the past few weeks. I had hosted amazing author talks that I hope you were able to take part in. Weren’t able to catch it live? You’re in luck! The recordings are up and available to watch. If you haven’t had the chance to read the following authors’ books, after listening to these greatContinue reading “Catch Up With These Past Author Talks!”
The Bronx is Writing: Bronx Writers To Read for Bronx Week
May 5-May 15 is Bronx Week, the celebration of the culture and heritage of what makes this borough of New York City truly great. It’s always great to celebrate my home borough but instead of highlighting the great institutions that come out of the Bronx, but also wanted to take the time uplift the BronxContinue reading “The Bronx is Writing: Bronx Writers To Read for Bronx Week”
Author Talk with Misa of Japanese Ammo & Mike Montesa
Perfect event for manga fans and lovers! Manga extraordinaire and regular contributor to this blog, Joe Pascullo, will be hosting an author talk that fans of his recommendations would love to attend. Join him Thursday, May 26 at 1 PM EDT where he will be in discussion with with Misa of Japanese Ammo & MikeContinue reading “Author Talk with Misa of Japanese Ammo & Mike Montesa”