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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.

Current Courses

LIBR 287 - Gamifying Information
LIBR 298 - e-Portfolio

Completed Courses

All of 'em!

Monday’s Awesome Title #9

How to Moon a Cat Rebecca Hale

More genres really need to get in on this eye-catching-title thing.

Monday’s Awesome Title #8

Till Death Do Us Bark Judi McCoy

Till Death Do Us Bark Kate Klise

Yup! This title was so good, it’s been used more than once.

Monday’s Awesome Title #7

Cockatiels at Seven Donna Andrews

As a bonus to the pun, cockatiels is a fun word for a cute bird.

Monday’s Awesome Title #6

How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf Molly Harper

You may remember this title from an earlier post I did. But it really is my favorite awesome title so far. Of course my favorite werewolf is Lupin. (Circa Books 3-5. I’ll just erase 6 and 7 from my memory, thank you.)

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Monday’s Awesome Title #5

Hyracotherium Marc Zabludoff

This title is not awesome because it’s a silly pun. It’s because there’s actually such a creature as a hyracotherium! Say that five times fast. Then type it five times fast. 🙂 Are two hyracotheriums called hyracotheria? Might have to read the book to find out!

Even the author name is […]

Monday’s Awesome Title #4

Skein of the Crime Maggie Sefton

You may have noticed by now a fondness for puns in titles. If they’re well-done and unusual, I think they’re great.

Monday’s Awesome Title #3

A Sheetcake Named Desire by Jacklyn Brady

Titles with food are almost always good!

Monday’s Awesome Title #2

The Long Quiche Goodbye by Avery Aames

I think mysteries have some of the best titles.

Monday’s Awesome Title

I introduce to you a new feature. Monday’s Awesome Title. And today’s awesome title is… *drumroll*

Demons are a Ghoul’s Best Friend by Victoria Laurie (2008)

It is probably no surprise to you that this is a paranormal mystery.