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Winter reads: a season without Santa

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By: Bethany Porter, Collection Development Specialist. Christmas time is a good time to reflect, give, and believe in magic. But if you don’t celebrate Christmas (or want to put your cheer on hold for a moment), it can be an exhausting time of year. Here are a few winter reads that do not revolve around Christmas, because… Read more »

We were only freshman

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By: Christina Samek, Marketing Specialist. The transition from high school to college is one of the biggest and most significant changes in a young person’s life. They are experiencing a world of responsibility and true freedom for the first time. It’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of re-starting their life, figuring out… Read more »

NaNoWriMo 2017: books on writing to procrastinate writing

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By: Sydney Kalnay, Training Specialist. If you read my last post for the OverDrive blogs, you’re going to think I am contradicting myself but…I despise November. I know I am not the only one; the dread of this month creeps up on you and suddenly, instead of romping about in crisp leaf piles with pink… Read more »

Books for our favorite 5 fall days and moods

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By: Sydney Kalnay, Training Specialist. It’s not a secret to anyone who knows me that fall is my favorite season. It’s ironic that I live where fall exists only in a finite, miniscule window between SPF 9,000 and shoveling for dear life so I have to pack as much leaf crunching, apple spicing, and light… Read more »