Fiction

Jan
19

Need books? Enjoy One of Our Favorites from 2017

During this episode of Booklovers, Andrea, Amy, and I talk about some of our book favorites from 2017. Questions? More suggestions? Topics you’d like to hear us cover in the future? Comment below or hit us up on Twitter – @ClermontLibrary or on Facebook. Favorites Six Wakes by Mur Lafferty is a sf/murder mystery that […]

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Nov
29

Romance Fiction from 2017

Love reigns over difficulties in this selection of romance novels released in 2017 and available at the Clermont County Public Library Any Day Now by Robyn Carr — Not wanting to burden or depend on anyone, Sierra is surprised to find Sullivan’s Crossing offers so much more than a place to rest her head. But […]

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Sep
07

Booklovers Episode 8: Fairytales Retold

When you say “fairy tale,” most of us think of the Brothers Grimm or even Charles Perrault. They captured stories that had long oral traditions reaching back hundreds, even thousands of years. Recent research has scientists believing those traditions might stretch all the way back to the Bronze Age! Read more about the research. During […]

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Sep
28

Flash Forward: Writing Short Fiction

Fall is in the air, the leaves are picturesque, and it is officially time to get back to work on writing. Summer vacations are over and it is the season of the Clermont County Public Library short story contest. Read about it here. Who has time to write a story? Anyone, especially if they write […]

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May
23

7 Humorous Fiction Audiobooks

Get ready for your next road trip with a humorous audio book! The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion – The Wife Project is complete, and Don and Rosie are happily married and living in New York. But they’re about to face a new challenge because–surprise–Rosie is pregnant. Don sets about learning the protocols of becoming […]

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Mar
02

5 intensely outstanding reads with bad students and wrong choices

Enjoy reading one of these books at college. Unless your kids are in college. Then you might not want to read one of these novels. They all feature students who seem to need a lot more supervision than they’re getting. These students drink instead of studying, squander their money, and make really bad romantic choices. […]

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