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September 24, 2012

Celebrity Biographies: A Booklist




Want to know a little bit more about your favourite actors, singers, musicians and popular personalities? Forget the gossip mags- biographers spend years interviewing and researching their celebrities to produce in-depth, personal, and persuasive biorgaphies. Here's 10 you might like, but why not pop in and have a look for yourself? Or check our online catalogue.
































September 21, 2012

Digital Shelves: Youth Fiction

Increasingly authors are covering multiple target groups, as the boundaries about 'what is proper reading' for various ages dissapears. This is great news, as there are plenty of fantastic youth fiction reads that everyone should see. Why not click try some above? Or check out the youth section at Camden and Narellan libraries.








September 17, 2012

What's New: September

What's New? The What's New pdf! Discover the latest in fiction, biography, dvds and cds released this month at Camden and Narellan libraries. You can pick up a copy at the desk or visit this link.

September 14, 2012

Digital Shelves: Riveting Romance

Some lovely romantic novels available at Camden and Narellan libraries. Pop in to your local branch to browse, use the catalogue or click on one of the titles above to place a reserve!






September 11, 2012

National Year of Reading: Grow

This month's National Year of Reading theme is Grow. This booklist will focus on novels that show us characters changing and developing in response to the trials and triumphs that come at them. Here are ten picks, why not comment and tell us your own?






















September 10, 2012

This book has everything!

Midnight in the garden of good and evil.
By John Berendt.

This is one of my all time favourite books. It is classified as non-fiction, but it reads like a novel. It tells the story of John Kelso, a New York writer who goes to Savannah on a spur of the moment holiday, but gets caught up in the eccentric characters of the hauntingly beautiful city, and decides to stay a bit longer, to get to know them a bit better. These true life characters include a drag queen named Chablis, a man who walks an invisable dog every day, and a voodoo queen named Minerva, just to name a few. While in Savannah, Kelso meets an antiques dealer called Jim Williams who gets arrested for murder. Kelso, along with everyone else in the city, closely follows the 4 murder trials to see if Jim killed Billy, or if it was self defence. This book is based on real life events and has a little bit of everything, comedy, tragedy, romance etc, and is sure to appeal to everyone.

To check out this book on our catalogue, click here.

September 07, 2012

Digital Shelves: Scrumptious Chick-Lit

These juicy chiclit titles are available at Camden and Narellan libraries. Click the titles to get more details.







September 04, 2012

Fangs Forever? Supernatural Romance Booklist

Twilight and the likes have given birth to entire new range of fiction- angels, demons, vampires, werewolves, witches- all falling in love with humans. Pick your poison below and delve into these delicious new novels.

Magic Strikes by Ilona Andrews (Shapeshifters, werewolves)

Jane and the Damned by Janet Mullany (Jane Austen and vampires)

The Blood Countess by Tara Moss (Vampires)

Arcane Circle by Linda Robertson (Witches)

Dead as a Doornail by Charlaine Harris (Vampires)

Fanged & Fabulous by Michelle Rowan (Vampires)


What about you? Any good paranormal romances to recommend? Comment below!