Julie Andrews

I'm a library assistant in a public library and a library science student in the San Jose State University SLIS program. This blog is to track my progress in school and to note things of interest to library students, staff, and patrons. Expect to find reviews, essays, musings, and links.

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LIBR 287 - Gamifying Information
LIBR 298 - e-Portfolio

Completed Courses

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The “How To” Romance Books

Browsing around for some awesome titles for my Monday feature, I ran across this pattern in romance books. Apparently a number of them are actually how-to manuals!
How to Marry a Rake Cover
In our library alone, you can learn:

How to Seduce a Duke (Kathryn Caskie)

If seducing just wasn’t enough to win him, you can then learn:

How to Marry a Duke (Vicky Dreiling)

If dukes just aren’t your thing, how about:

How to Wed a Baron (Kasey Michaels)

A little too proper and upstanding for you, maybe you’d like:

How to Seduce a Scoundrel (Vicky Dreiling)
How to Marry a Rake (Deb Marlowe)

For those who don’t care if he’s a noble or what his morals are, but just how much money he has, there’s:

How to Seduce a Billionaire (Kate Carlisle)

Flipping the gender (I assume), there’s these two:

How to Beguile a Beauty (Kasey Michaels)
How to Woo a Reluctant Lady (Sabrina Jeffries)

Finally, my personal favorite. I was considering saving this as my Awesome Title, and it may appear again as that later. But I can’t not share it with you now!

How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf (Molly Harper)

Yup, yup, that’s definitely the how-to guide for me!

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