Reading Addict

Missing Billie by Cindy Hulsey

On Saturday, August 2, Oklahoma lost one of its most beloved authors, Billie Letts.

It's Only Rock 'n' Roll but I Like It by Cindy Hulsey

While public perceptions are changing, there are no doubt still plenty of folks out there who think of spinsters with buns and orthopedic shoes when they hear the word librarian. In some ways I fit the stereotype; I’m a middle-aged woman who likes books and cats, I wear glasses, and I like to create order out of chaos. But in other ways I like to defy the stereotype. I’m not a spinster, I sometimes wear sexy shoes, and I love rock ‘n’ roll.

Reading and Talking by Cindy Hulsey

Ginnie Graham, columnist for the Tulsa World, recently wrote a wonderful article about reading. Her column made my heart sing. It sounded like it had been written by a librarian. She totally gets the benefits of reading, summing up by stating, “Reading is about escapism, imagination, learning, enjoyment, healing, thought-provoking, inspiration, laughter, sadness or just good storytelling.” Amen!

Ring-a-Ding-Ding by Will Thomas

 Robert Randisi is the kind of author that puts out five or six books a year, mostly westerns or mysteries.  The emphasis is on quantity.  However, his Rat Pack mysteries are the kind of books that make me clear my schedule whenever one comes in.  They are a guilty pleasure.     

The Dress Doctors by Cindy Hulsey

I’m fascinated by both cultural history and fashion and recently read a new book called The Lost Art of Dress: The Women Who Once Made America Stylish by Linda Przybyszewski, who is a historian at Notre Dame and an award-winning dressmaker.

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