The Break-Up Artist, 2014
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Manhattan Chronicles, 2013
Audition & Subtraction, 2012
Killing the Poormaster: A Saga of Poverty, Corruption, and Murder in the Great Depression, 2012
Frosting and Friendship, 2013
Dead River, 2013
"Growing up, my local library was my favorite refuge. Now, as an author, I find the support of libraries to be invaluable in my work! I don't know where I'd be without them!"
Death to the Undead, 2012
"Libraries rock! There is something magical about walking the aisles and checking out the stacks of books. Being wedged between stacks and having the smell of books drift into my nose is comforting. If I could live in the library, I would."
"No building is more important to a community than a library. Within its walls is an equality of ideas, endless paths of possibility, and the history of the world."
The Last Dance, 2013
"Libraries hold the keys to the universe."
Star Cursed, 2013
"Growing up in a tiny one-stoplight town, our nearest bookstore was 40 minutes away, so the library was a godsend for a little bookworm like me! During summers, I came home carrying as many books as they'd let me check out."
The Pull of Gravity, 2011
"There's no place like a library. I can remember the feeling of being there as a kid, as a teen, and walking into the children's room week after week with my own children, sitting upon the enchanted floor with a pile of books, and letting the connection begin."
My So-Called Ruined Life, 2014
"From my earliest memory of the bookmobile, where I checked out the first book I ever read on my own, to the libraries I've frequented in every single town I've inhabited, I can say there is nothing but goodness associated with me and libraries. I know of no other single resource more available to us and more valuable to us than our public libraries, where every patron is indeed equal. Libraries are a pulsing vein of deliciousness, knowledge, the new worlds of fiction, connecting readers to the act of reading, wherever they go. Amen."
Rattlesnakes, Ghosts and Murderers: Volume 1, McKenna & Barnett, 2012
"I love libraries. My first job was as a page in my local library. I was 14 years old and earned 55 cents per hour but the experience was invaluable. I also love librarians. Librarians are the guardians of human knowledge. Though I am but a dreamer and writer of books, I will never forget my indebtedness to librarians."
Rin Tin Tin: The Life and The Legend, 2011
"Libraries are what is best about us as a society: open, exciting, rich, informative, free, inclusive, engaging."