Books to the Sky

“Books to the ceiling, Books to the sky, My pile of books is a mile high. How I love them! How I need them! I'll have a long beard by the time I read them.” ― Arnold Lobel

Zombie Inc.


So you’ve survived the zombie apocalypse, what now? You’re going to need a job. Why not try Zombie Inc., the largest corporation in the United Five-States? Your rent, food, clothing, utilities, healthcare, and benefits are all conveniently taken out of your paycheck so you don’t have to worry. Plus with the handy seven day work week, there’s no need to have a social life!  Read the rest of this entry »


Ted and Ann: The Mystery of a Missing Child and Her Neighbor Ted Bundy


Late in the summer of 1961, eight year old Ann Marie Burr disappeared from her family’s home in Tacoma, Washington. Very little evidence was ever recovered and although presumed dead, Ann’s body has never been found. Infamous serial killer Ted Bundy was only fifteen at the time and lived within a couple of miles of the Burr’s home. After Bundy’s capture, many experts wondered if Ann Burr was his first victim.  Read the rest of this entry »

1 Comment »

I’ve Got Your Number, Remember Me?, and Wedding Night: A Novel

I've got your numberRemember meWedding night


Sometimes you’re in the mood to read a specific genre and other times you’re in the mood to read a specific author.  That was the case for me this last month. I wanted a Sophie Kinsella book, in other words something light, funny, and clever. I have four of her books which I’ve read multiple times and loaned them out to friends. (The Undomestic Goddess, Twenties Girl, Shopaholic, and Can You Keep A Secret?) Bearing that in mind I went to the library website and was pleased to have three books at my fingertips, ready to read. It’s too bad that what I ended up with was very much a three bears scenario, with only one being just right. Read the rest of this entry »

1 Comment »