Find Your Next Great Read @ the Library

Posted about 2 months ago by Meg Raymond
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Richmond Public Library has something for everyone

Check out these new or newly updated booklists on the
RPL Readers page


All Five Senses

fiction you can see, hear, feel, smell, or taste


It’s All Relative: Getting Above Your Raising

memoirs of overcoming toxic childhoods


It’s All Relative: Family Secrets

memoirs about things we don’t talk about


It’s All Relative: Families Sure are Funny

funny memoirs about families


Danger! Plot Twists Ahead

fiction with unexpected twists and turns, propulsive plots — and some surprise endings


I’m Not Much But I’m All I Have

fiction about loneliness, and the pleasure and pain of solitude


All Great and Precious Things Are Lonely

nonfiction about loneliness, solitude, loss, and more


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Meg Raymond

If I'm not librarianing, or chasing one of my plethora of dogs around the yard, I probably have my nose buried in a book. I like all kinds of books. Regency romances - love 'em. Gory police procedurals - yes, ma'am. Historical fiction - please, and thank you. Heavy "literary" titles - shhhh, I may not have actually finished some of those! Off-beat, warped, slightly askew books - oh, yes, indeedy. Violent supernatural fantasy - why not? Chick lit, hen lit, lad lit - yeah, yeah, yeah. What have you read? Need a suggestion, or ten? Get hand-crafted suggestions with The Bookologist

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