Hello everyone! Julia from Jackson County Public Library here, to talk to you all about Banned Books Week, happening September 27th through October 3rd! Before we get into the nitty gritty of celebrating this week of censor-free festivities, lets first cover our bases. What exactly is a banned book? Why do we have this week … Continue reading Banned Books Week!
Hello Fontana Regional Library patrons, Julia from JCPL here! Happy April! As some of you might know, April is National Poetry Month, a month long celebration of the prose that feeds your soul. Poetry is one of my absolute favorite genres to read, though for a long time I was scared of the genre on … Continue reading Celebrating Stanzas- National Poetry Month
Happy Women’s History month, patrons and readers! As we spend our time in March pondering powerful women (and hopefully every subsequent month to follow) I thought why not provide you all with books describing the lives of influential women- in their own words. So please enjoy this compiled list of memoirs, available throughout the Fontana … Continue reading Powerful Lady Stories
Ah, the New Year. With the start of each the earth’s trips around the sun, we as humans love to make resolutions about how this year we will be smarter, sharper, thinner, happier. We plan to learn new skills and unlearn bad habits. January 1 is the beginning of a whole new 365 so look … Continue reading New Year New (Flexible?) Me. Yoga at your Local Library.
Hello everyone! Julia from JCPL here and today, August 14th, is my birthday. (Pause for Applause.) You all are the bees knees. Now, for those of us who are into astrology, we know this means I am a Leo, and right now we are in Leo season. What is Leo season? Well, it means the … Continue reading Leo Authors
“I will be the gladdest thing Under the sun! I will touch a hundred flowers And not pick one.” -Afternoon on a Hill Effervescent in both her life and in her prose, Edna St. Vincent Millay created a name for herself in the literary world as both a rebel and a … Continue reading Author Spotlight- Edna St. Vincent Millay
Welcome back nerds and adventurers! To the third installment of “How in the world does one play Dungeons and Dragons?” At this point we’ve talked about what the game is, and hopefully have helped you on your way to making your very own Playable Character, by choosing the race you want your character to be. … Continue reading Class is in session!
Hello everyone! Julia from JCPL here and this go around in Dungeons and Dragons world we will discuss the first step in beginning any successful DnD campaign- creating your character. As with most things in DnD, you have near unlimited control over who your character is and who she/he will become. Which also means that … Continue reading Creating your Character
Hi everyone! Julia from Jackson County Public Library here with my first blog for Shelf Life of the Mountains. For this first post I had originally thought to write about ghost writing, comparing and contrasting it to best selling writers that use co-authors, such as James Patterson. I quickly realized that the content was well… … Continue reading D&D at your local library