LITERARY ENGINEER: Destroyed by Pepper Winters
I first met Pepper Winters a few years ago, and I'm happy to see her successes after all the hard work she done. Her dark stories draw me in, and I'm looking forward to reading her newest release.
So... Posted on 3/10/14 at 3:48 AM
FARGO PUBLIC LIBRARY Library hosts Iditarod program Sunday, March 9
Are you interested in dog sledding as a hobby? Do you think you know all about dog sledding and the Iditarod? The library is saluting 42 years of Americas Last Great Race, the Iditarod, this weekend w... Posted on 3/6/14 at 2:20 PM
DESIGNED FOR THE TIMES Book Review - The Dragon Slayer: Beginnings
I was given the opportunity to be a beta reader for this book and it is book one of the Dragon Slayer Chronicles written by Carey Green, which is due out in the middle of March. The following excerpt ... Posted on 3/6/14 at 11:18 AM
THE DULLUM FILE Terry's Book Club
Usually I do most of my "serious" reading in the summer time when I have more time off and the livin' is easier. Not that I consider my reading especially serious. But a foot injury has had me off wor... Posted on 1/16/14 at 11:23 AM
REALLY EATING: FINDING REAL FOOD IN THE VALLEY Expand your knowledge of the food industry (Book review)
I think I started reading Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us (by Michael Moss) more than six months ago. The book is focused on helping the average consumer understand how the food industry... Posted on 1/12/14 at 1:28 PM
MOORHEAD – Our clocks may have “sprung” ahead this morning, but we sure seem to be stuck in a different season.
If you’re anything like Corrine Edgerton, you’re dealing with never-ending winter by curling up with a good book, especially on brutal below-zero nights.
This week, the Fargo Public Library is hosting two Darwin-themed events for all ages. First, join us for an engaging talk about ice age fossils on Wednesday, Feb. 12, starting at 7 p.m. at the downtown Main Library. A second event, geared for school-age youngsters and titled “Darwin’s Cabinet of Curiosities”, is set for Saturday, Feb. 15, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the downtown Main Library.
The Fargo Public Library, in partnership with NDSU’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, invites the public to participate in a five-part series of community book discussions titled “Points of View” to introduce area residents to the library’s Muslim Journeys Collection.
In partnership, the Fargo Public Library, the Moorhead Public Library, and the West Fargo Public Library are launching a community-wide vote to the select the 2014 One Book, One Community title as a way to promote community involvement in the selection process.
With his new book hot off the presses, Marc de Celle is promoting his latest love letter to his adopted hometown, “Close Encounters of the Fargo Kind: True Stories From a Kind, Little Happy Planet in America.”
MOORHEAD – It was a flat tire in the Northwoods of Wisconsin that led Chad Lewis to follow 90-year-old trails across Minnesota. Lewis was researching a book on ghosts when he got a flat near Manitowish Waters, Wis., more than a decade ago. After fixing it, he went into the nearby Little Bohemia lodge looking for a soda.
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