San Francisco ,
The Public Library: A Photographic Essay, 2014
Cuyahoga Falls ,
America's Other Audubon, 2012
New York ,
The Book of Trees: Visualizing Branches of Knowledge, 2014
New York ,
In the Unlikeliest of Places: How Nachman Libeskind Survived the Nazis, Gulags and Soviet Communism, 2014
The Crystal Navigator , 2014
Montpelier Tomorrow, 2014
"The library was my favorite place when I was a child. I biked three miles to the nearest branch and rode home with a bike basket full of Alcott, Twain, Steinbeck, and Dickens. Later, I discovered the French and Russians and read my way through Flaubert, Gogol, Dostoyevsky, and Tolstoy, reading efforts that felt akin to climbing a peak in the Sierras and looking down from the heights on the miracles and mysteries of who we are and why we behave the way we do."
This Day in June, 2014
"Libraries are such an important resource for our communities, and librarians help connect us with books that reflect and expand our perspectives."
48 Hours to Chaos: An Engineer Looks at Life and How the World Really Works, 2011
"LIBRARY: Accessible storage for all human knowledge and wisdom."
Lucky Luciano: Mysterious Tales of a Gangster Legend, 2014
"Libraries have always been a primary source of research for my books. Even in the digital age, the amazing physical finds to be discovered in a library always provide me with new and exciting material."
Swords in Their Hands: George Washington and the Newburgh Conspiracy, 2014
"Libraries are man's best friends."
Learn to Tie a Tie with the Rabbit & the Fox, 2012
"A library is many things to many people. It can be a place of sanctuary, for time alone in a little reading nook. It can be the safest place in the world to socialize and make new friends in reading groups and at special events. It's up to each individual to use the library in the best way that suits their needs. You're never bored when your nose is in a book."
The Dogs of War: The Eighth Air Force Series, Book 6, 2014
"I practically lived in my local library when I was a kid, and that played a huge role in deciding to go into libraries as a career and getting my master's in library science."
Chemo-Therapist: How Cancer Cured a Marriage, 2014
"Libraries have always been a huge part of my life, from my early days growing up in a small town where I read every single book on the shelf to my teen years working at a library every summer, and then again at the same library as an adult. Now, I am in the unique position of being both a director of a small town library AND a widely published author. I have the best of both worlds!"
Raven Heights Manor, 2014
"As a youngster, I thought people were referring to the dictionary when they said 'the good book,' as I grew up in the library. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle told me stories and taught me about integrity. Mary Stewart took me with her on her travels of romance and adventure in foreign lands. And Edgar Rice Burroughs taught me that I too could survive another day."