Study Break: Henri 2, Paw de Deux

Could this be the funniest cat video on the internet?Boing Boing thinks so! It is Study Break Week here at LibrarySpace. All week we are posting funny videos to relieve the exam stress. Laugh your way to an A! Writing custom papers is not a simple task for those who are not used in writing academic papers. For most effective youtube video promotion you may buy youtube likes fast together with Voogen site.continue reading →

Study Break: Philosopher’s Football: Germany vs. Greece

EXAMS HAVE BEGUN! The library will be open normal hours during exams. Come in for some peace and quiet. Study Break Week here at LibrarySpace; all week we are posting funny videos to relieve the exam stress. Laugh your way to an A! Today's stress-relief is from Monty Python.To obtain ideal Instagram.com marketing and advertising you may buy instagram likes by voogen.com provider.continue reading →
Fiction Friday: The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat

Fiction Friday: The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat

Dubbed the Supremes when they were in high school, Odette, Clarice and Barbara Jean have been friends for over 40 years. Odette, born in a tree and fearless has inherited her mother’s ability to see and talk to the dead. Clarice, very proper and a gifted pianist has finally had enough of her handsome husband, Richmond’s infidelity. Barbara Jean still a stunning beauty confronts her alcoholism and her past. These are friends who will hold your hand, your secrets and your feet to the fire when needed. In short, the friendships that everyone…continue reading →

Aimless Love

How would you like a cool office in Washington D.C. complete with a telephone that never rings? All you have to do is become Poet Laureate of the United States. Of course it helps to have some published poetry. And it helps to have published poetry that makes the everyday exceptional and not just beautiful but heartfelt. And it helps to have beautiful, exceptional, heartfelt poetry that is notable enough to get you a guest spot on The Colbert Report. Billy Collins who was the Poet Laureate from 2001 to 2003 explains the…continue reading →
Fiction Friday: The Paris Architect

Fiction Friday: The Paris Architect

Paris, 1942: After two years of German occupation the Nazis have increased their efforts to eliminate the Jewish population. Architect Lucien Bernard is approached by a wealthy businessman to design hiding places for Jews. At first both alarmed and appalled by the risk he is being asked to take, Lucien reluctantly agrees when he is offered an additional commission to design a factory. He becomes intrigued by the design possibilities in creating the hiding places as well as excited at the prospect of outwitting the Germans. Though he begins with little sympathy for…continue reading →