CHANNILLO
The Librarian's Secret Diary
By Grace Tierney

Series Description:

Nina is the new librarian on the block. She’s learning the shelves with her buzzword-spouting boss and the senior librarian who hates reading and can’t wait to retire. She records the crazy reader requests and the knitting group in-fighting in her secret diary while trying to get the printer to work, flirting with the inter-library-loan guy, and struggling to discover why their romance books are acquiring red pen marks on page five.

Category/Genre(s): Humor, Journal Entries
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Grace Tierney:

Grace Tierney (www.gracetierney.com) is a columnist, author, part-time librarian, and blogger writing in rural Ireland. She is the Ireland North East organiser for National Novel Writing Month (www.NaNoWriMo.org) and enjoys the challenge of writing a comedy or historic fiction novel each November.

She’s been blogging about unusual words at http://wordfoolery.wordpress.com since 2009. Her word history book “How to Get Your Name in the Dictionary” takes a light-hearted look at the lives of those soldiers, inventors, style icons, and villains who gave their names to the English language as eponyms. Her next book "Words The Sea Gave Us" will launch later in 2020. Grace tweets @Wordfoolery.

Grace is currently a member of four libraries and lurks amongst the shelves seeking stories for this series. She shelves books and runs events in a school library filled with loud teens every Monday. Her other serials here are "Hamster Stew" and "Nit Roast" - two books about a mother starting her own business while juggling family life, the Mother Mafia, and an animal-obsessed daughter.







Series Description:

Nina is the new librarian on the block. She’s learning the shelves with her buzzword-spouting boss and the senior librarian who hates reading and can’t wait to retire. She records the crazy reader requests and the knitting group in-fighting in her secret diary while trying to get the printer to work, flirting with the inter-library-loan guy, and struggling to discover why their romance books are acquiring red pen marks on page five.

Category/Genre(s): Humor, Journal Entries
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Grace Tierney:

Grace Tierney (www.gracetierney.com) is a columnist, author, part-time librarian, and blogger writing in rural Ireland. She is the Ireland North East organiser for National Novel Writing Month (www.NaNoWriMo.org) and enjoys the challenge of writing a comedy or historic fiction novel each November.

She’s been blogging about unusual words at http://wordfoolery.wordpress.com since 2009. Her word history book “How to Get Your Name in the Dictionary” takes a light-hearted look at the lives of those soldiers, inventors, style icons, and villains who gave their names to the English language as eponyms. Her next book "Words The Sea Gave Us" will launch later in 2020. Grace tweets @Wordfoolery.

Grace is currently a member of four libraries and lurks amongst the shelves seeking stories for this series. She shelves books and runs events in a school library filled with loud teens every Monday. Her other serials here are "Hamster Stew" and "Nit Roast" - two books about a mother starting her own business while juggling family life, the Mother Mafia, and an animal-obsessed daughter.