Sweeney Todd

So last night my wife was busy with homework. I should have beeen busy with homework, but I haven’t been going to school since 1996 without learning how not to do homework. I probably have a PhD in that by now. Anyway, I decided to watch one of the movies I got from Orem Public Library (my place of employment, for those of you who don’t know). OPL has over 25,000 movies, and I’m there all the time. This makes me feel like I have over 25,000 movies in my personal collection, especially since I can check out as many

New Page on my Website

Morning everybody.  (Or all two of the people who might actually read this.)  I just wanted to let everyone know I posted a new page up on my site this morning.  It’s a Q&A with Albert Packard (my alter ego) about Cavern of Babel–that crazy-cool alpaca book that I wrote for Diamond Triple C Ranch.  Swing on over and check out the page, and if there are any other burning questions you feel need to be answered, ask them here, and I’ll make sure no stone is left unturned. Other than that, I don’t have much to report right now. 

I Hate School

The subject says it all.  I have been in college since 1996.  True, I took two years “off” for my mission, but other than that, I’ve been in school.  I double majored during undergrad, and dual emphasized my English MA and now my MLS.  I only have nine weeks left worth of school, and it’s killing me.  I know I should be all excited to be done and everything, but that nine weeks is looking like an eternity sometimes.  When I put this all down on paper, I know it sounds silly and stupid.  I mean, come on–nine weeks?  That’s


Hello world, or whatever you’re supposed to say in your first livejournal post.  My name is Bryce Moore, and I’m a librarian and YA writer.  I recently had a book published by an alpaca ranch under the pen name Albert Packard (long story), and I decided to get going on the whole blog and web page thing.  Thus, I have my own web page now (www.brycemoore.com), and I have this–my blog.  I’m new to this whole thing, but hopefully I’ll get the hang of it quickly.  Thanks for dropping by.


I’m an insomniac. At least I think so. It’s not like I can never sleep–I’m more of a dabbler. Some nights, it just takes a really long time to fall asleep. Like last night. I didn’t fall asleep for good until about 5:30, as I recall. Then it was up at 8:30 for the day to begin. I hate it when I have those kinds of nights–it really throws me off for the whole day, especially when I’m sick to begin with. Sigh. Oh well, maybe tonight will be better.