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How to Start Your Own Geeky Book Club

Did you know that the reason I write for this blog is because of a book club? In high school I bonded with Co-Editor-in-Chief Kayla through a YA Sci-fi & Fantasy book club that she ran at the local Borders (R.I.P.). Book clubs are a great way to meet fellow book geeks and nerd out about your favorite genre. But what do you do if you can’t find the perfect book club in your area? Start your own, of course. I’ll tell you how. Continue reading How to Start Your Own Geeky Book Club

5 Ways to Keep Track of What You are Reading

I’m one of those people who is always in the middle of multiple books at a time. Sometimes I abandon a book for months while something new and shiny catches my eye or when I have to return it to the library for someone else who has it on hold. If you’re anything like me, it becomes essential to find a way to keep track of your books somewhere besides just in your head. You’re probably heard of Goodreads, but have you tried any others? Below I’ll outline 5 different methods of tracking books and what each method is good for. Continue reading 5 Ways to Keep Track of What You are Reading

What Librarians are Really Hiding: A Review of The Accidental Keyhand (The Ninja Librarians #1)

imageThe Ninja Librarians. Honestly, the title alone is enough to draw in any avid reader. That’s what hooked me. I didn’t even read the description. I just thought, “Ninja Librarians? Yeah, I’m reading this book.” And I am so glad I did.

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