Book Review | The Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi

Book Review | The Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi

John Scalzi did a thing, and that thing was awesome. This was my first experience reading John Scalzi. I saw the title, and having just finished watching Godzilla Singular Point on Netflix, was feelin' the Kaiju, so immediately decided to give it a try. I brought it home, showed my brother, and he immediately responded [...]

Borrowing People in Human Libraries

Borrowing People in Human Libraries

Libraries are constantly changing at their core in order to maintain their missions of upholding literacy, providing access to free information, and supporting community growth. Libraries aren't just books anymore. Technologies are changing, and with that, libraries constantly need to keep up in order to stay relevant. A new innovative idea that has been circling [...]

Amazon Must-Haves | Holiday Gifts for the Book Nerds 2021

Amazon Must-Haves | Holiday Gifts for the Book Nerds 2021

I've been seeing a lot of mimic posts trending on Tiktok and YouTube of "Amazon must-haves" and "Amazon hauls", so I thought I would do one that will be a little different. Instead of showing the same old items that everyone is highlighting, I'm going to be focusing on Amazon finds specifically for the Bibliophile [...]

Dialogue versus conversation | The difference between good fiction and bad?

Dialogue versus conversation | The difference between good fiction and bad?

I've yet to watch Justified, the modern day western tv show that this article claims has the best dialogue in anything currently being produced, but the article brought up an interesting point: when you are writing dialogue between your characters, the execution is key. If done poorly, it could break your whole story! So how can you [...]