Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Been A While, Huh?


Promise me, Dad: a year of hope, hardship and purpose by Joe Biden. A year of Joe Biden's Vice Presidency as his son was dying with a brain tumor.


Enchantress of Numbers by Jennifer Chiaverini. Another historical novel by the lady from Madison. Lord Byron's only legitimate child is a math genius and works with Charles Babbage.

Hidensee by Gregory Maguire. The font for the main title is very difficult to read on the cover. I suppose that does not much matter for a big name author like Maguire.

Mrs. Osmond by John Banville.  A sequel to Henry James's Portrait of a Lady.

The City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty. Chakraborty is easier to spell then I first thought. You just end "borty" on the end of "chakra". Chakraborty is on the Twitter. Let's randomly find a "tweet". Here is one from November 28th: "My nerves and the lab are not doing well together."

Beau Death by Peter Lovesey. Lovesey is difficult to spell. I want to omit that second "e". I like the cover.

In the Midst of Winter by Isabelle Allende. You know who is a big name writer? Allende.


The wooden rails are preparation for the outdoor skating rink in Commons Park.

We order extra book copies for the schools. This is 100+ Harry Potter books for the middle school.

Adventures in collection weeding.

Veterans Memorial in Commons Park is well lit at night.

A temporary solution for the hazards of the steep asphalt section by the library's rear entry. The safety posts did not survive the high winds of December 5, 2017.

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