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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, March 31stIron-Willed & Tea-Powered

Pride & Prejudice with vampires, werewolves, and steam-powered airships. 

If your immediate reaction was one of giddy glee or burning curiosity, then Soulless by author Gail Carriger may very well be just the book for you.

 

Soulless by Ga...

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Tue, March 24thBooks that read like Hallmark Movies

When people find out I’m a librarian, they often assume that I read a lot of literacy fiction. Spoiler, I do not. I actually do not read a whole lot of books, maybe one a month. When I do read a book, I tend to read items that are light, fluffy,...

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Tue, March 17thDinner Dilemna

When I’m not reading, running, or shuttling my children to commitments, I’m almost always wondering what I’m going to do about dinner. An average cook, who loves to eat, I’m forever gathering ideas. In the event you find yourself similarly...

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Tue, March 10thRomance Books to Warm Up With

 

Who doesn’t love a little love at this time of the year, or better yet all year round?  I’ve read my fair share of romance novels over the years and these are some of my personal recommendations.  To me, romance is all about letting your...

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Tue, March 3rd15 Snowy Books to Read in Winter

Reading is pretty great any time of year, but there’s something special about reading while getting curled up under a blanket with a mug of something warm nearby as the snow falls on the other side of the window.  You could read anything, of co...

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