Alternative book site, personally I like the cleaner look as compared to Goodreads.
A different place to find out what our book groups have been reading, to find out what we are interested in reading and perhaps occasionally a book review.
Our newsletter for December-February will be arriving shortly. You can pick up a copy in the library, sign up for email newsletter here on our website. An idea of what to look forward to:
Lectures on parenting.
Classes on cooking, in yoga, crochet.
Drop in Coffee & Crochet hour every Wed. at 10:30 am.
and much more! Come see what’s going on at your library.
Awards:World Fantasy Winners (I’ve added several of these to my TBR pile)
Interesting map of the US showing the famous books from each state.
Flavorwire has a list 50 Incredibly Tough Books for Extreme Readers.
I found the list interesting. I agree and disagree with the list and there were a couple of authors I’ve never heard of.
Flavorwire also has a list of 40 Trashy Novels You Must Read Before You Die.
And I can say I’ve read 5, but found 3 more to add to my TBR pile!
One more Flavorwire list – the 50 Great Campus Novels. And again, I’ve added to my TBR pile.
On Display: Watercolors by Jennie Kallas
Escape from Behind Enemy Lines: Operation Bonaparte, presented by Rich Feingold, November 14th at 1 pm.
Car Buying 101, presented by Victor Lotito, November 21st at 7 pm
Film Noir Club meets to discuss Citizen Kane and Mr. Arkadan, November 12th at 7 pm
Awards: CWA Awards announced.
Finalists for the National Book Award announced, winners chosen Nov. 20
Lists: James Franco, actor and now novelist has a list of his 6 favorite books. I’ve only read Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy and based on that experience I don’t think I’ll be checking out his other favorites.
This summer, the one library book group decided to tackle a classic. No easy beach reads for us this year! So we decided upon Thomas Mann’s Magic Mountain. We’ve broken it up into 4 sections (see sidebar for schedule)
Join in the discussion at Novel talk at Goodreads.
A list of books being made into movies you may want to read first before seeing.
A list of essential books by genre that you should read over at Litreactor.
New reviews posted at Euro Crime (they’ve mentioned so many books I’ll never catch up!)
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