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Wednesday, October 5, 2011 • Posted October 5, 2011

Well, I should never say “never”! Not too long ago, I stated that I would just never be very interested in Facebook. My friends have complained that I need to get into the 21st century, but I just prefer hearing about things in person or on the phone. However, to stay up with the times, I have created a Facebook page for the library, so check us out on Facebook and see what’s happening!NEW ARRIVALS: (All quotes are from publishers’ summaries)DVDs:GhostWe Are MarshallDirty DancingForrest GumpPatch AdamsThe CowboysMy Fellow AmericansCats & DogsAudiobooks:The Kingdom by Clive Cussler (CD F CUS)Breaking the Rules by Barbara Taylor Bradford (CD F BRA)Wicked Prey by John Sandford (CD F SAN)Off Season by Ann Rivers Siddons (CD F SID)True Colors by Kristin Hannah (CD F HANNon-fiction:The 2012 Old Farmer’s Almanac by Robert B Thomas (031 FAR)Fluent English (428.3) kit includes 3 CDs, 240 pg. book, flashcardsEnglish for Dummies (428.2 LAN SPAN) kit includes 3 CDs, bookFiction:Intent to Kill by James Grippando (F GRI)“A fallen baseball star must use his new skills as Boston’s king of sports radio to outwit a dangerous caller and prove—live and on the air—that the hit-and-run that killed his wife was no accident.”Playing the Game by Barbara Taylor Bradford (F BRA)“Annette Remmington, London art consultant and private dealer, has been groomed by her much older husband Marius to be the international art star that she has become. He handpicks the journalist to do a profile on his beloved wife. But Marius never intends to put his marriage in jeopardy. How could he have known that the connection between Jack and Annette would ignite so many secrets?”The Last Summer (of You & Me) by Ann Brashares (F BRA)“Brashares has written a glorious novel of unrequited love, longing, and the meaning of friendship. She weaves a tale full of delicious plot twists and revelations that will surprise and enthrall you.” –Adriana TrigianiThe Fixer Upper by Mary Kay Andrews (F AND)“Fledgling lobbyist Dempsey Jo Killebrew is left almost broke, unemployed, and homeless. Out of options, she reluctantly accepts her father’s offer to help refurbish Birdsong, the old family place he recently inherited in Guthrie, Georgia. ‘Bird Droppings’ would more aptly describe the moldering Pepto Bismol-pink dump.”Life Sentences by Laura Lippman (F LIP)Author Cassandra Fallows believes she may have found the story that will enable her triumphant return to nonfiction. Growing up in a racially diverse middle-class neighborhood in Baltimore,, her best friends were all black. Calliope Jenkins, years later, would be accused of killing her infant son. Yet the boy’s body was never found. Cassandra believes this still unsolved real-life mystery, could be her next best seller.”LIBRARY NOTES:Story Time each Friday 10:00-11:00 A.M.FREE MOVIE: Mary Poppins: Monday, Oct. 3 at 3:45 in the Stribling Room Rated “G” Run Time: 139 minutes.

LIBRARY INFORMATION:Location: 410 Post Hill; Phone: 325-347-5446; FAX: 325-347-6562; Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1785, Mason, TX 76856; E-mail: masonlibrary@verizon.net; Web Site: http://bcls.tsl.state.tx/mason

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