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  • Friends Of The Library: Funding campaign on for central library

    When a thousand people each give $1,000 that equals $1 million. This major capital support campaign of the Costa Mesa Library Foundation — to raise a substantial sum of money for a new central library in Costa Mesa from a large number of residents...
  • Deborah Harkness' 'A Discovery of Witches' started with airport bookstores

    Deborah Harkness' 'A Discovery of Witches' started with airport bookstores
    Sometimes inspiration comes in the unlikeliest places. While vacationing in Puerto Vallarta in fall 2008, USC professor Deborah Harkness, a historian of science, was consumed with the upcoming bicentenary of Charles Darwin's birth, but the rest of the...
  • Check It Out: A book or two parents and teens will like

    Ever since the popularity of children's books such as "Harry Potter," and Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight," it has become more socially acceptable for adults to read children's or young adult fiction. That is a good thing. There are many first-class authors...
  • If you like the 'Twilight' books, try...

    If you like the 'Twilight' books, try...
  • 'Nightlight' lampoons 'Twilight' craze

    'Nightlight' lampoons 'Twilight' craze
    Strange things happen when a book series sells 70 million copies. Fan sites are built, only to crash with onslaughts of visitors. Movies are made, drawing unruly mobs of screaming fans. Entire towns are invaded by giggling, teenage girls. Today, just...
  • Why 'Twilight' isn't for everybody

    Why 'Twilight' isn't for everybody
    When a tide of popularity rises, it erases all boundaries. The first sign that "Twilight" was a pop-culture phenomenon was that teen girls who hadn't talked to their parents in years were dressing up with their mothers in vampire costumes and attending...
  • Another white house

    Acute concerns about the environment, energy and the economy. Appallingly high heating and gas bills. A Democratic presidential candidate claiming the mantle of "change" in a close race against a Republican pushing fundamental American virtues. 2008?...
  • "Breaking Dawn," by Stephenie Meyer

    First comes love, then comes marriage, for Edward Cullen, charmingly handsome vampire, and not-yet-vampiric Bella Swan. At the end of "Eclipse," the third book in the four-book "Twlight" series, Jacob, Bella's broken-hearted werewolf suitor (diverse...
  • 'The Vampire Archives,' edited by Otto Penzler

    'The Vampire Archives,' edited by Otto Penzler
    The Vampire Archives The Most Complete Volume of Vampire Tales Ever Published Edited and with an Introduction by Otto Penzler Vintage: 1034 pp., $25 paper "You have heard, no doubt, of the appalling superstition that prevails in Upper and Lower...
  • Los Angeles Times bestsellers for Dec. 21, 2008

    Los Angeles Times bestsellers for Dec. 21, 2008
    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Fiction || weeks on list || || 1. || The Private Patient by P.D. James (Knopf: $25.95) A murder investigation focuses on the staff from a plastic-surgery clinic. || 3 || || 2. || Scarpetta by Patricia Cornwell (Putnam: $27.95)...
  • 'The Trials of Kate Hope' by Wick Downing

    The Trials of Kate Hope A Novel Wick Downing Houghton Mifflin: 336 pp., $16 What Nancy Drew was for aspiring girl detectives, Kate Hope may become for middle-school attorneys at law. The title character of Wick Downing's middle reader novel "The...