Hi! Some of you may already know me, but allow me to (re)introduce myself.
My name is Sarah, and I’m the Youth Services Librarian, although usually I call myself the “teen librarian.” I’ve been working at this amazing library for almost twelve years now, and I love watching it grow! Like Alicia said, if you have any suggestions for teen programs, books, or if you need information about teen volunteering, let me know.
Besides working with teens and the young adult collection, I also help manage the library’s social media. Together, Alicia and I will be posting twice a week here on the blog about books and film, games, library events, comics, and more. My column–Sarah Says–will go up every Monday, and Alicia’s on Thursdays. If you want to make sure you don’t miss a post, subscribe by email (see the column to the right) or by RSS.
Ok, so a little about myself…
I’m a librarian by day, writer by night, and I’m working on getting my first novel published soon. *fingers crossed* I also run both of the library writers’ groups: Scribblers (teens) and Inklings (adults). So holler at me if you want to know more about those.
I mostly read historical fiction and Star Wars novels (which can technically be counted among historical, too, right? “A long time ago?” Ok, maybe not). I also love C.S. Lewis, genealogy research, antiques, video games, and all things Irish.
Recently read: The Cure for Dreaming by Cat Winters–Young adult, historical, AMAZING!!
To copy you, Alicia, I’ll finish off with one of my favorite quotes, too:
[blockquote author=”Ralph Waldo emerson”]Fiction reveals truth that reality obscures.[/blockquote]