Book Hunt! #8

Time for another book post! These books are from Tallaght and Ballyroan libraries in Dublin.

tallaght-ballyroan-books-10-sept-2016

From top:

The Raven Boys – Maggie Stiefvater

Lola And The Boy Next Door – Stephanie Perkins

Carry On – Rainbow Rowell

Stop The Excuses! – Wayne W. Dyer

Likeable Business – Dave Kerpen

Pretty Honest – Sali Hughes

Forensics: The Anatomy Of Crime – Val McDermid

Cameron At 10 – Anthony Seldon & Peter Snowden

Solitaire – Alice Oseman

Investigating Sherlock – Nikki Stafford

Star Wars vs. Star Trek – Matt Forbeck

Girl Up – Laura Bates

Looking forward to getting stuck in to these, as some of these have been on my to-read list for a while. These books will help me keep going in between reading lots of industry material for the masters!

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Book Hunt! #7

Getting back to this blog with another post involving books. Fingal library in Dublin.

 

Fingal books 30 Aug 2016

A small selection as I am returning to college to start my Master’s degree in digital marketing. Here we go:

Extras – Scott Westerfield

The Presentation Secrets Of Steve Jobs – Carmine Gallo

A Mindfulness Guide For The Frazzled – Ruby Wax

The Vagenda: A Zero Tolerance Guide To The Media – Holly Baxter & Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

Follow Me! Creating A Personal Brand With Twitter – Sarah-Jayne Gratton

The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Twitter Marketing – Brett Petersel & Esther Schindler

Book Hunt! #6

My latest bundle comes from Tallaght and Ballyroan libraries in Dublin (21 July 2016)

Off we go!

 

Tallaght-Ballyroan books 21-7-2016

From top:

Ballad by Maggie Stiefvater

Women Make Noise ed. by Julia Downes

Underwater by Marisa Reichardt

Click.ology: What Works In Online Shopping by Graham Jones

Chicken Soup For The Kid’s Soul by Jack Canfield et al

The Mating Game by Allan & Barbara Pease

Ireland Says Yes by Gráinne Healy, Brian Sheehan & Noel Whelan

Understanding Social Media by Damian Ryan

Social Media Engagement For Dummies by Aliza Sherman & Danielle Elliott Smith

eMarketing eXcellence by Dave Chaffey & Paul Russell Smith (3rd ed – for college)

My Badass Book Of Saints by Maria Morera Johnson

How To Think Like Steve Jobs by Daniel Smith

Get Up To Speed With Online Marketing by Jon Reed

Light Is The New Black by Rebecca Campbell

The Good Psychopath’s Guide To Success by Kevin Dutton & Andy McNab

Turn Clicks Into Customers by Duane Forrester

Mariel Hemingway’s Healthy Living From The Inside Out

Book Hunt! #5

I haven’t done one of these in a while. These books come from Tallaght and Ballyroan libraries in Dublin.

Off we go!

Tallaght books 28-4-2016

That Summer – Sarah Dessen

What Happened To Goodbye – Sarah Dessen

Ireland’s Suffragettes – Sarah-Beth Watkins

Dead Gods – Chris Salewicz

The Life I Left Behind – Colette McBeth

Queer:The Ultimate LGBT Guide For Teens – Kathy Belge & Marke Bieschke [for research]

Codependent No More – Melody Beattie

Devil’s Food Cake Murder – Joanne Fluke

Freak Out! My Life With Frank Zappa – Pauline Butcher

Digital Wars – Charles Arthur

Dot Complicated – Randi Zuckerberg

Losing Hope – Colleen Hoover

Life On Tour With David Bowie – Sean Mayes

Bi: Notes For A Bisexual Revolution – Shiri Eisner [for research]

Feminism In The News – Kaitlynn Mendes

 

Book Hunt! #2

I found a small selection of books from Tallaght library in Dublin on Tuseday, and here they are:

Tallaght books 25-8-2015

From top:

Chick Ink: 40 Stories of Tattoos And The Women Who Wear Them – Karen L Hudson

Into The Black: The Inside Story Of Metallica (1991-2014) – Paul Brannigan & Ian Winwood (turns out there is a previous book, Birth School Metallica Death, which I will have to track down)

Mad Men & Bad Men: What Happened When British Politics Met Advertising – Sam Delaney

Fashion On The Ration – Julie Summers

Complementary Medicine For Dummies – Jacqueline Young

The Kitchen Diaries – Nigel Slater

The Kitchen Diaries II – Nigel Slater

I’m happy with this bunch, particularly seeing as I had been looking for The Kitchen Diaries (both volumes) for some time. Can’t wait to get stuck in!

Book Hunt! #1

OK, I’ve been running around the place like a mad thing for the past few weeks. However I went to Dublin to the library in Blanchardstown yesterday, and this is what I found after a successful book hunt:

Library books Fingal 26-6-2015

In case it doesn’t show up right, the books I found are as follows, from top:

Flagging Stress by Dr Harry Barry

Assassins Creed: Renaissance by Oliver Bowden

The Healing Power Of Angels by Ambika Wauters

Nella Last In The 1950s

The Beauty Myth by Naomi Wolf

Angel Answers by Diana Cooper

Healing With The Angels by Doreen Virtue

Grrrls Viva Rock Divas by Amy Raphael

The Tao Of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff

Ringleaders & Sidekicks by Rosalind Wiseman

What Should We Tell Our Daughters? by Melissa Benn

I’m looking forward to diving into this lot!

Robert Plant concert! 24-11-2014

The concert on Monday night was amazing. Robert performed a lot of songs from his new album Lullaby And The Ceaseless Roar and I was only familiar with one of them, “Little Maggie” which he had previously performed on Later With Jools Holland. The album can be described as world music with a rock edge. The first few songs were from the album and they merged together to form a sonic wall of sound. His band is composed of two guitarists, a drummer and a folk musician from the Gambia called Juldeh Camara who plays the riti which is a six-string fiddle. A lot of Led Zeppelin classics were performed as well – “How Many More Times”, “Going To California”, “Nobody’s Fault But Mine”, “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You”, “What Is And What Should Never Be” and of course “Whole Lotta Love” and “Rock & Roll”. The audience in the Olympia theatre were hugely enthusiastic and greeted every song with cheers. We were on our feet for the last three songs of the set which were a trio of Zeppelin classics – “Whole Lotta Love”, “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You” and “Rock & Roll”. With such a diverse band, the Zeppelin material is given a radically different treatment. They are recognisable but given unique slants. According to one review, Robert “blew the roof off the Olympia!”
As it should be – he has been here in Dublin three times and once in Cork. A performer well worth catching live.