Daily Archives: January 2, 2012

Get Your Twenty Twelves, Already In Stock

The new year may have just begun, but the library is already carrying some new titles.  Here are a few books dated 2012 that are currently in circulation. 

Brush up on the latest interviewing techniques with 101 Successful Interviewing Strategies by Eric Kramer.

Draw up detailed vacation plans (or at least make your fantasies more realistic) with Cancún and the Riviera Maya by Fodor’s.

Conquer your performance anxiety with The Natural Speaker by Randy Fujishin.

Round out your education with Focus On Community College Success by Constance Staley.

Prevent any broken-resolution guilt with The Virtues of Our Vices: A Modest Defense of Gossip, Rudeness, and Other Bad Habits by Emrys Westacott.

This final title’s not technically “in stock” yet, as it’s still in the processing department being readied for circulation… but I couldn’t leave it off a 2012-related booklist. 

Is the End Of the World Near?: From Crackpot Predictions to Scientific Scenarios by Ron Miller.

I haven’t read it yet, so I can only hope this isn’t the last time I will ever say, “Happy new year!”


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