Month: June 2015

Confessions from the Library: Decluttering My Internet Life

Confessions from the Library: Decluttering My Internet Life
Posted June 26, 2015 / Technology

 Confessions from the Library is a feature where I get a little personal and confess my thoughts and feelings. Or maybe I just discuss something that’s on my mind or happening in my life. I must admit something to you. I am a naturally messy person. I am not a dirty person, but my life stays pretty unorganized/messy. I keep a planner but sometimes forget to look at it. I create piles and stacks of […]

What If? by Randall Munroe

What If? by Randall Munroe
Posted June 24, 2015 / Book Talks

Why I Picked It Up?: It has gotten a lot of buzz, and it still shows up on Amazon’s most wished for list. Plus, I was in the mood for some not-so-serious nonfiction! And Wil Wheaton! Thoughts: I knew going into listening to this audiobook that What If? was going to both silly and informative. But honestly, I wasn’t really expecting it to be SO COOL! Munroe’s blog-turned-book dedicates time to answer questions that were […]

Listen To This: A Reading Playlist for Today

Listen To This: A Reading Playlist for Today
Posted June 23, 2015 / Movies & TV & Music

Listen To This is a [potentially] new feature at A Librarian’s Library where I share some good listens with you. Last night, I was working on a review to publish today, when I found out the news that James Horner, one of my favorite composers, died in a plane crash yesterday. If that name doesn’t ring any bells for you, he created the scores to SO MANY films that are probably familiar to you: Titanic, […]