Andrew's back for another episode of Andrew Really, Really Likes Award Shows! He's sharing his predictions for the 95th Academy Awards nominations.
Use the player above to listen or search for Gaston Speaks on your preferred podcast app. And be on the lookout for the rest of Andrew's nomination predictions coming soon to this blog!
It's time for the holiday episode of We're Booked Up! For this episode we discussed a fun holiday read, Let It Snow by Beth Moran.
Tired of mailing holiday cards? In 1991, Mrs. Annie Robinson of Bessemer City had the idea to post her greeting card as a large sign in her front yard. "I don't send greeting cards but I do want everyone to know I am thinking of them and wish them a Merry Christmas," she said.
Publication in the Bessemer City Record newspaper definitely helped deliver her holiday greeting to those who might not pass that way.
Brian Brown, Librarian, Local History & Genealogy
Time for another episode of We're Booked Up! For this episode, Kendal, Andrew, and Angelique decided to check out the hype over Colleen Hoover and read November 9, a New Adult romance.
We’re back for another episode of We’re Booked Up, the Gaston Speaks podcast segment wherein Kendall, Andrew, and Angelique discuss books. In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Hispanic Heritage Month, we read In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado, a memoir recounting Machado’s terrifying experience in a psychologically abusive relationship. This book covers serious topics, that we are in no way experts on, so please take care with yourself before continuing.
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