Summer Reading 2014

J.R. Ward’s Lover at Last

May 7, 2013 by  

Lover at last

The long awaited 11th book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, Lover at Last, by J. R. Ward is now available. Lover at Last features the burgeoning love story between Quinn and Blay.  This is a first for Ward as she has not previously delved into the intricacies of same-sex relationships. Like all the Black Dagger Brotherhood books, there are some rather steamy intimate scenes as well as lots of Lesser fighting and action-movie style scenes. If you haven’t read … Continue reading

Short & Sweet program

May 6, 2013 by  

short and sweet

The Short & Sweet program at the Kyova Branch (second Thursday at 6 p.m.) has some great selections coming up! This is a fun and easy program to do … just pick up a copy of that month’s short literary selections at Kyova, or read them online, using the links posted here. At the program, join in a brief discussion of each selection, and then enjoy some sweets. We promise to wrap it up within an hour. We call it … Continue reading

Duck Commander Family is suprisingly enjoyable

April 12, 2013 by  

duck commander family book

By Jamie Bayne, BCPL information services supervisor Like many good red-blooded rednecks, I am a huge fan of the show Duck Dynasty produced by A&E.  Being such a prodigious fan, I was leery to read the book Duck Commander Family in case some illusion I harbored was shattered.  Because, let’s face it, television – especially reality television – is all about entertainment.  The television show focuses on the men of Duck Commander – Phil, Willie, Jase, Si and (to a … Continue reading

Vampires get real

April 12, 2013 by  

real vampires have curves

By Renee Schmutz-Sowards, BCPL circulation specialist Let me start by stating that I’m not a fan of the current, slightly over done, genre of vampire-themed literature.   For those not familiar, these books are generally written for a young adult audience, high school to early 20’s, and often revolve around an introspective, angst-ridden teen protagonist, usually female, who in addition to the everyday teenage concerns  of “Am I pretty enough?”, “Why doesn’t anyone understand me?”, “Am I cool enough?”, “ … Continue reading

The Backyard Homestead

March 12, 2013 by  

the backyard homestead

By Barb Biggs, BCPL branch manager About a year ago, my husband and I made a decision. It was something that my younger self (the one that dreamed of brownstones in Brooklyn) would never have imagined. We moved to a farm. Granted, it is a small farm, but we moved to a farm where there are cows in the backyard and wild turkeys in the woods and a family of foxes that lounge in the old barn. We made this … Continue reading

Generation T books: rework old tshirts

February 20, 2013 by  

generation t books

By Renee Schmutz-Sowards, circulation specialist at Boyd County Public Library I discovered Generation T sometime around 2007, when my awesome Mom sent me a copy. I was a young newlywed living far away from all my friends and family, and Mom, Dad and Brother had taken to sending the occasional box of fun and silly goodies from home. Along with the Generation T book (“108 ways to transform a T-shirt” the brightly colored, hip-looking cover promised me!) also came a … Continue reading

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