I had about two and a half hours to play in the library today instead of the usual one. One of my classes didn't meet, another one was cut short, added to the usual time I spend every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the library.
Lately, in case you haven't noticed, I've been exploring the library. So, today, I took some snapshots of what I found.
I wish I had known there were Creative Writing books in the library. Now I do.
|Speculative fiction, anyone?|
|That one closest to the left wall? How to Write Tales of Horror, Fantasy, and|
Science Fiction? I checked that one out today!
Look, there's a 2011 market guide...too bad I have nothing worth selling at the time.
|Character-Naming Sourcebook, and then two books later,|
there's stuff about King Arthur. Awesome.
|Reading Lolita in Tehran is on my to-read list. Now, I know it's available|
at Perk Library. YAY!
|I just thought this looked kind of cool. Isn't everyone guilty of being innocent, |
eager, or cool? I don't think anybody could be all 3--can you?--but I guess it's
got an Everyman appeal.
|I have an idea of who Groucho Marx is. Another good find for me today|
at Perk Library. Jadi's curiosity has been piqued.
|Is that all women are good for in literature? To either be a seductress (or to be|
seduced) or to betray (or betrayed?) Actually, I looked inside if it, there's
mention of the Bronte sisters. I guess it's older fiction? Anyway...
|Speaking of Seduction: Sex Ed-type books|
|Child-development. Look, there's a Bill Cosby in here!|
(I'm thinking there's a step-by-step here)
|My personal favorite: POTTY TRAINING!!!|
(Farthest to the right)
|Art! A support system for life or some such.|
|Um, what does egregious mean? I'll be needing to look that one up myself.|
|Back in the Creative Writing section. Fantasy and Horror.|
I'm easily fascinated.
|And, of course, history. It was near this section, Lacey and I were scoping|
out for her a new book. Since I write pseudo-medieval (at make an attempt
to do so) this one called to me particularly.