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About Lit+Fix

Lit+Fix is a dedicated team of Waukee Public Library staffers ready to help you discover your next great read—no matter your genre or format of choice.

We read, watch, and listen to A LOT of books, graphic novels, movies, audiobooks, (you name it!), and we’re passionate about what our library has to offer.  

Our online Lit+Fix reviews are our way of sharing books, audiobooks, and even movies available or coming soon to the library that we’re excited about and think you might be excited about too.

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Tue, June 30thBooks for Fellow Murderinos and True Crime Lovers

Last month I expressed my disappointment in Stay Sexy and Don’t Get Murdered written by My Favorite Murder hosts Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff.  My main issue with that book was that it wasn’t an extension of the podcast, but more of ...

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Tue, June 16thHello Summer

Summer has so many amazing things to look forward to—warm weather, food on the grill, time outdoors, and new beach reads. For me, the best beach reads are set in sunny locales with family drama, a little romance, and a dash of mystery. There is ...

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Tue, June 9thMaybe You Should Talk to Someone

Sometimes a book reads like a new friend. You meet for coffee and connect over a conversation that spans hours. Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb reads as such. A former television writer, Gottlieb (we’ll just call her Lori), wri...

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Tue, June 2ndJust One Damned Thing After Another

I only need three words to sell you on this one: Time Traveling Historians.

What's not to love, right?!

But for propriety's sake, here's a general synopsis:

The historians of St. Mary's Institute of Historical Research time travel. But never m...

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Tue, May 26thStuff I Nag My Husband to Read

As a librarian, I sometimes have the annoying habit of giving my loved ones endless unsolicited book recommendations.  This is completely hypocritical of me because in reality, in a good month, I might read one book myself. That said, I find grea...

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