Friday, June 26, 2015

More Photos: painting and programs


Exterior painting started earlier this week. The front doors were removed from the frames to sand and scrape off several years worth of varnish and dirt.

Exterior painting June 23, 2015

Exterior painting June 23, 2015

Exterior painting June 24, 2015

Exterior paintin, June 23, 2015

Exterior Painting June 24, 2015

Read, Rhythm, and Rhyme Storytime 

This is an excellent storytime we are running every Wednesday through Summer Reading.

Read, Rhythm, and Rhyme Storytime

Read, Rhythm, and Rhyme Storytime

Read, Rhythm, and Rhyme Storytime

Read, Rhythm, and Rhyme Storytime

Read, Rhythm, and Rhyme Storytime

Read, Rhythm, and Rhyme Storytime

Monday, June 22, 2015

More Fiction and Another Lansdale Novel


Extricate by Graham Wynd. Here's a unique one, I saw this online and ordered it up.Man falls for a woman and starts removing obstacles to her love, starting with his wife.

Charlie Martz and Other Stories by Elmore Leonard. Unpublished stories by the writer who passed away in 2013.

Country by Danielle Steel. Steel continues her reign. Widow starts on a new life.

The Ultimatum by Dick Wolf. TV producer Wolf's last novel did well. Here is a sequel.

Wildfire in His Arms by Johanna Lindsey. Romance novel cover but the male model has his shirt on. With a hat. And a horse. I cannot tell if the horse is wearing a hat.

The Truth According to Us by Anne Barrows.  Rich young woman forced into Writer's Project job in 1938. Sent to West Virginia to write a city history.

Paradise Sky by Joe R. Lansdale.  Fictionalization of cowboy and shootist Nat Love. The library also owns Lansdale's Black Hat Jack: the true life adventures of Deadwood Dick, as told by his ownself which has short stories about Love.

The Defenders of Shannara: The Darkling Child by Terry Brooks. Thirty years ago I read the first Shannara books. There must be another 50-60 since then.

Second Street Station: a Mary Handley Mystery by Lawrence H. Levy. I like the cover. Late 19th Century woman detective in New York City. Levy wrote for television and credits include Saved By The Bell and Seinfeld. Yeesh, what a contrast.

Blueprints by Barbara Delinsky.  Family turmoil with work trouble, sudden death and new love.

The Fixer by Joseph Finder. Man renovating his father's house finds millions of dollars hidden in the walls.


Tales From the Blue Line by Rob Riley.  Riley has written a series of piece for Crimespree Magazine about his time with the Milwaukee Police Department from 1971 to 2001. This collects 29 of those stories.