I need to vent.I'm on my couch, planning next month's blogs and social media posts. I started thinking I should add a fitness aspect to my month since I've started this low carb lifestyle.But then I started thinking, "When will I have the time?!"Let me run down my days for you.I wake up at five.... Continue Reading →


You're not the only one who has noticed the Twitter discussion over Barnes & Noble not carrying debut hardcovers. Recently, authors raised the alarm after learning from a variety of sources (including other authors, B&N representatives, former B&N workers, other business experts, etc.) that the chain's stores will only offer hardcovers with established sales histories.... Continue Reading →

Utah State Board of Education policy allows book bans; first books banned

The Utah State Board of Education finally decided on a new policy addressing the kind of books that can be read in public classrooms, after months of discussion on the topic. The newly developed "library materials model policy" provides comprehensive direction for the kind of resources that should be included in collections as well as how to address concerns over particular works.

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