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  • Thanksgiving is just 10 days away! Since Native Americans made the first Thanksgiving possible, we thought we'd share some books by and/or about Native Americans in honor of the holiday. Click on an image to view availability or to place a hold. Iron Lake by William Kent Krueger Part Irish, part ...

    By Liz O.

  • Are you participating in National Novel Writing Month? Have you already written a book? If you're wondering how to take your book from your hard drive (or notebook, if you're old school like this writer!) to other people's physical or digital bookshelves, join us next Monday, November 17 at 6:00pm for ...

    By Liz O.

  • Here's a sampling of our new nonfiction arrivals. Click an image to view availability or place a hold. The Deluge: The Great War, America and the Remaking of the Global Order, 1916-1931 by Adam Tooze In the depths of the Great War, with millions dead and no imaginable end to the conflict, ...

    By Cristella

  • For everyone out there participating in NaNoWriMo, here are five character exercises to help you break through writer's block and add momentum to your writing. 1. The worst possible thing What is the worst possible thing that could happen to your main character? Write that scene. Now, how can you make ...

    By Liz O.

  • In honor of Veteran's Day tomorrow, we've compiled a list of great books about soldiers and war. Click on an image to view availability or to place a hold. All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr The paths of a blind French girl and a German radio operator collide in occupied France as both ...

    By Liz O.

  • The history of Westeros is revealed in George R. R. Martin's new release The World of Ice and Fire. See what else is new in fiction this week!

    By Cristella