Ezra Letson graduated from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 2013, with a Bachelors of Arts in English and minors in both Literature and British Studies. He then pursued a Masters in Information and Library Science from Appalachian State University, and was awarded the degree in May 2020.
He currently works as an Assistant Librarian in North Carolina, and spends much of his free time reading and writing, as one might expect of a librarian and aspiring novelist. A self-described enthusiastic scholar, he has made an effort to read more nonfiction since graduating, so as to continue learning about his favorite topics; his particular areas of interest include Medieval English History, Forensic Science, Prohibition Era America, and LGBTQ+ Studies.
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Hey, look, it’s another booklist (and, later on, some musings about Book Riot’s 2022 Read Harder Challenge)! Instead of doing my usual charade of writing up a list of specific titles I’d like to read this upcoming year – just for me to ignore it in favor of whatever books catch my eye in the … Continue reading What I’d Like to Read in 2022
I’ll start with a disclaimer: I really don’t read super long books all that often. I have read a few with 600+ page counts – of course there’s she-who-must-not-be-named’s The Deathly Hallows, and then Koushun Takami’s Battle Royale (one of my favorite books to reread), as well as Harriette Simpson Arnow’s The Dollmaker, which I … Continue reading Three of My Favorite Novels…with a 700+ Page Count
Just a quick booklist of some newly released nonfiction titles I’ve found in the stacks at my local library that I’ve since added to my TBR. True Crime True Crime Stories of Eastern North Carolina / Cathy Pickens Goodreads Summary: “Eastern North Carolina is a land of contrasts, and its crime stories bear this out. … Continue reading TBR: Recently Released Nonfiction