Musings on Social Media & Libraries
hccfrenzy:

Dorothy better watch out! There’s a new girl from Kansas in Oz and she’s on a mission. 
Click here to find out more about Dorothy Must Die by daniellempaige!

On my TBR.

hccfrenzy:

Dorothy better watch out! There’s a new girl from Kansas in Oz and she’s on a mission. 

Click here to find out more about Dorothy Must Die by daniellempaige!

On my TBR.

mapsontheweb:

The river connecting two oceans: A creek in Wyoming splits in two, one side flowing to the Atlantic and one side to the Pacific. You can’t pass the blue line without crossing water.
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mapsontheweb:

The river connecting two oceans: A creek in Wyoming splits in two, one side flowing to the Atlantic and one side to the Pacific. You can’t pass the blue line without crossing water.

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justinacuff:

"Trickle-down" is a joke. 

justinacuff:

"Trickle-down" is a joke. 

lastrealindians:

For Immediate Release: First Nations, Tribal Leaders & Land Owners send message to Canada, stop tar sands at the source

Washington DC – Northern Plains Tribal leaders and land owners representing the Cowboy and Indian Alliance joined in cross-border solidarity yesterday with their First Nations…
My reading stats: male or female. It continues to be nearly evenly split.

My reading stats: male or female. It continues to be nearly evenly split.

libraryjournal:

voak:

snap snap yeah

In honor of  National Poetry Month, your Friday funny! Have a great weekend.

There is no other side

libraryjournal:

voak:

snap snap yeah

In honor of  National Poetry Month, your Friday funny! Have a great weekend.

There is no other side

library-heaven:

Across the Universe by Beth Revis

Currently reading

library-heaven:

Across the Universe by Beth Revis

Currently reading

ruthannereid:

I don’t know what this is, but yes please.

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries — an Australian mystery series. It’s on Netflix streaming. Go watch.

moonyismoony:

#87: Timey-Wimey Easter I

and

#88: Timey-Wimey Easter II

I know it’s a bit early for a Happy Easter, but I just had to draw these!

cloudunbound:

A giant of the short story form has left this world. If you’ve never heard of MacLeod, start with the anthology Island (2000) from Cloud publishing partner McClelland & Stewart.