Take a whirlwind tour of our blog…

We thought you might like a whirlwind tour of our blog to learn about some of the features.

Page tabsTop section of the blog under the title  – (These tabs are links to separate pages.)

Home  & About are hopefully self explanatory!

Authors this page will list any authors that we have featured on our posts. Click on the link for the  author’s name and you will go to a page with a short bio & a list of links to any posts from our blog about that author.


Freshly Shelved This is a list only of any new books that are now available to borrow and can be found on our New Fiction Shelf in the library. The list will be updated every couple of weeks or so. Any books that have been featured in our blog will have a link to the post.

Tell us about it This page will take you to a standard contact form that you can complete and submit to library staff  if there is something that you would like to tell us about –

  • Would you like to recommend a book?
  • Is there a book  you have read that you would like to tell us about?
  • Maybe you have a suggestion for something that you would like to see included or discussed on our blog?

Subscribe to this blogUnder page tabs

In the Subscribe to this blog section click on the email alert link  to receive email alerts when there is a new post on our blog.

We use the Feedburner feedburner 1application for our email subscriptions and when  you click on the link it will take you to a Feedburner page where you just need to submit your email address and a verification code. It is that easy.

So check out some of these features and enjoy!


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