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I’m recent library school graduate and avid (voracious?) reader, and this is my outlet for book discussion. (Sooner or later it may include your standard Trials Of A Librarian content as well, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves. I need to be hired first.)

And yes: I really do read all these books. I read a lot, whenever I have a spare moment or two, and I read fast. And somehow I still don’t have enough time to read everything I want to…

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  1. Just subscribed to your blog. I’m also an aspiring librarian (still working on my MLS) and just started a book blog of my own. Maybe we can have some book discussions.

  2. Hi there,

    My name is Nadine Rose Larter and I am a new author. My first book will be available in print very soon and I am looking for a few book review bloggers who would be willing to accept my ebook in exchange for a review.

    I know you must have a ton of books on your nightstand already (I know I do!) but if you would just consider what a hugely good karma inducing act of good will this would be I would be forever grateful and massively in your debt. You will find the blurb below.

    Please contact me if you are interested.

    Thanks for your time,

    Nadine

    Coffee at Little Angels by Nadine Rose Larter

    “Phillip, Sarah, Kaitlyn, Caleb, Maxine, Grant, Melanie and Josh grew up in a small town where they spent their high school years together as an inseparable clique. But high school has ended, and they are all living their own “grown up” lives, each under the impression that their group has basically come to an end. When Phillip dies in a hit and run accident, Kaitlyn summons the others to all come back home, forcing a reunion that no one is particularly interested in partaking in.

    Coffee at Little Angels follows how each character deals with the death of a childhood friend while at the same time dealing with their own ignored demons after years of separation. Events unfold as the group tries to rekindle the friendship they once shared to honour the memory of a friend they will never see again.”

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