July 27th, 2014

When your fave author has a new book coming out and you’re just like:



Totally. Jump for joy!

July 26th, 2014




On Fridays, we reblog kittens.  Specifically, kitten cosplays.

So cute. Must reblog. Kitten Cosplay for Caturday!

Reblogged from Frisco Public Library
July 26th, 2014



10 Children’s Book Series That Deserve TV Adaptions

I was such an Animorphs kid, although I could totally see this doing well with a cast of ridiculously goodlooking people on CW. And they’ve already got a great heart wrenching teen romance between Tobias and Rachel.

These are some great choices for TV adaptations. What’s your pick for children’s book series that needs to be made into a TV series?

Reblogged from The Book Munkie
July 25th, 2014


Pumped up literary kicks, or bookish shoes!

Count us in for these awesome pieces of literary footwear!

Reblogged from BOOK RIOT
July 24th, 2014

Word Woman’s Weekly Workout

Welcome to another eye-opening installment of Word Woman’s Weekly Work-Out! This day in 1802 saw the birth of Alexandre Dumas, French author of such well-known works as “The Three Musketeers” and “The Count of Monte Cristo”.  Here’s an intriguing Word of the Week to stretch your neural synapses:

 Garrulous:    [adjective]

 1.  Given to prosy, rambling, or tedious loquacity :  pointlessly or annoyingly talkative

2.  wordy

“Garrulous”, http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/garrulous , 6/19/2014

Example:  Stephanie’s garrulous roommate often followed her around the apartment blathering endlessly, so she started wearing earbuds and listening to her iPod just to drown out the constant drone of his voice.


                                All for one and one for all!

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