Happy Halloween, everyone! To mark the day, I asked around and gathered up some ghostly tales from various people. First, my cousin Liz:Resurrection Mary is a story that originates in Chicago. The story goes that Mary, real name unknown to this day, went to a dance in a local ballroom in like the 1960s or 70s … Continue reading Ghostly Activity!
I finished watching the last episode of season five of Peaky Blinders the other day. I've watched all the seasons, but I don't remember much of season four--probably should've rewatched it beforehand--but I didn't. So I started the season kind of confused.Peaky Blinders is about a 1920s English crime family. Tommy Shelby is the second … Continue reading Peaky Blinders season 5 + World Series
Hey everyone, it's time for October's Hey, Whatcha Reading? This month, I asked my friend Krystal Jane Ruin what she's been reading in October.1. What book(s) are you currently reading?The main reads are The Fireman by Joe Hill (2017, William Morrow), which I think is an adult dystopian thriller, and I’m also reading through the Manga … Continue reading Hey, whatcha reading? 3
I'm sure I've blogged about POV characters before somewhere on this blog, but hey! This thing's been around for ten years, so who even knows anymore?Anyway, my friend Krystal mentioned in her post this week about POVs in a story. And just last week, I was talking about the Outlander books with my friends and … Continue reading POVs
Last semester, I was in a required class called Information Sources and Services, which was intended to introduce us library school newbies into the theory, framework, and principles of reference services in a library setting. There are many different types of jobs in libraries and information science, but obvi, reference services are a big part … Continue reading How Library School Has Taught Me To Research Better