I leaned closer and whispered, “A librarian’s gotta do what a librarian’s gotta do.”
I was a damn good cataloger. I saw the magical potential of every book I read.
He devoted his life to the study of magic, a pursuit that eventually led him to the development of the printing press and the mass production of books. Gutenberg theorized that this would allow him to tap into the mutual belief of readers, bolstering his power.
I slammed the book shut and crowed, “And that is why you don’t kick the librarian off the investigation!” “You’re doing it again.” “Doing what?” “Showing off.” She started the engine. “Damn right I am.”
Note: really enjoying this mashup of librarianship, fantasy, and vampires