Author: Kimberly Lynne

Librarian - Adjunct Professor - History Nerd - Nature Lover - Notebook Hoarder - Mom - Wife

3 Stellar Steampunk Books for Science Fiction Fans

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I recently read that “Steampunk is science fiction after a few LSD-laced absinthe jello shots” and it’s totally true! I...

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4 Quick Reads Perfect for Readathons

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Right now I unofficially participate in readathons whenever I can. Usually this means in audiobook format so I can keep listening for most...

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#ReadThis 4 Heart Stopping Techno Thrillers

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Do you like your heart to race a bit when you’re reading? I do! I also like my mind to race trying to figure things out and I love...

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15 Things This Week

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Here’s a look at some interesting things we read/ saw / thought / did this week....

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5 Tips for Staying Organized This School Year

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I’m headed into my last year of grad school. Over the last few years of college, I’ve learned a thing or two about staying on...

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In the (Z)one {My Daily Bookish Goals} #SummerAtoZ

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I don’t know if any of you do this but I have a set of goals that I keep for myself when it comes to my daily reading. These are the...

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5 Books Perfect for Taking on (V)acation #SummerAtoZ

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Between the two of us we’ve been doing a lot of traveling this summer. Vacations or work trips make for a great time to get in some...

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August Monthly Motif Check In {Genre Jumble}

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The July theme for the 2016 Monthly Motif Reading Challenge is Genre Jumble. Pick a book that is from a genre that you don’t...

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13 Things This Week

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Here’s a look at some interesting things we read/ saw / thought / did this week....

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4 (R)ealistic Fiction Books That’ll Make You Question Your Life Purpose

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I’ll be honest, I don’t read a lot of realistic fiction. In fact, I prefer my fiction to be on the unrealistic side. But I make...

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