Blog
S is for Summer Reading on the Last Day at the Library

Summer sun beats down on the community.  Children need a place to be, a place to accept and learn while school is a distant memory.  They must be tricked and bamboozled into learning through competitive reading competitions.  The library Summer Reading contained subversive effects towards the love of reading.

R is for Roof on the Last Day a the Library

The thing above our heads, up there, the tiles and beams and supports that hold the rain and the sun and one time the snow at bay.  The library roof is a shelter from the elements for many, as much as the books are.  The body dry and warm is the mind free and from harm on the last day at the library. 

Q is for Questions on the Last Day at the Library

How many feet tall is the Empire State Building?  Did Jesus have a dog?  What kind of vampire books are good for my newborn?  On the last day at the library, all questions are silenced.

Story Time
A Dance with Dragons (Song of Ice and Fire: Book 5): Part 4

From Bran III to Turncloak, we learn about tree people, trouble at the Wall, a marriage without death, and more plots unfolding.

A Dance With Dragons (Song of Ice and Fire: Book 5): Part 3

Tyrion VII to Tyrion VIII: attack dwarves, secret missions and red priest visions, OH MY!

A Dance With Dragons (Song of Ice and Fire: Book 5): Part 2

From John V to Wayward Bride, we watch people go places and do things so other things can happen later.

A Dance with Dragons (Song of Ice and Fire: Book 5): Part 1

Prologue to Reek II, we go through it all and shudder at the horror.

I Am Legend

A novel about the last man left in a vampire apocalypse and we have a story about what its like being a librarian in a zoo.

Are You There, Old Gods?
By Evan Williamson