As I write this, I’m thankful for the read-a-thon. Reading got bumped down yet another peg this month because I was doing the Hill Country Yarn Crawl with my husband and my dog. We met alpacas, no big deal. (Totally big deal, we love alpacas!) But yes, spend two weekends driving around the totally beautiful hill […]Read More
Students reveal their thoughts on books and articles that captured their attention.
We are right in the thick of things school-wise, so I took it easy on myself this last month and only read one book. Totally kidding—I just didn’t sleep! We’ve had so much going on with UT ALA/TLA this past month. We had our first meeting, ran a Banned Books Week contest and topped it […]Read More
I’ve been playing one of my favorite games this month called “I have nothing to read.” I look at my shelves, my library books, my Kindle and my class assignments and just sit there saying, “I have nothing to read.” Don’t play this game with others; they tend to look at you like you’ve gone […]Read More
I’m an avid reader. Even when I’ve read a few hundred pages for classes or just finished a paper, I will find time to read because it’s a huge part of what keeps me sane. I also try to read a little bit of everything. So as I make my way through my minor hoarding […]Read More