March 15, 2016

Keeping Up with New and Forthcoming Books

The publishing boom of the last two decades hasn’t just affected authors and the book-selling industry, but has made collection currency and recommending new reads a challenge for librarians that expands every year.

March 11, 2016

You can too! Making flyers in LibraryAware

So, you’ve got LibraryAware and just started making flyers.That’s great!  Flyers are just the start of a long list of fabulous materials you can make for your library in LibraryAware. Let me share this story of someone who started out just like you.

March 10, 2016

Steal this idea: Read and share a poem on the poet-tree

National Poetry Month presents a unique challenge for youth librarians everywhere. How do you share a love for words, poetry, and expression with children and teens who may think of poetry as boring?

March 8, 2016

10 new ideas for promoting NoveList to your readers

Amp up your NoveList usage with these ideas that any library can do without a lot of extra time or money.

March 1, 2016

Romance isn’t just for February: Finding the right romances in NoveList year-round

In a recent webcast I moderated with fellow Romance Writers of America Librarians of the Year Wendy Crutcher and Jennifer Lohmann about romance-specific book clubs, we got a lot of questions about choosing the right romantic read for a particular audience. I’d like to share a few pointers on how to use NoveList to show your readers a comfortable level of love.

February 26, 2016

Romancing the Book Club: Webcast Q & A

Wendy Crutcher, Lisa Schimmer, and I had a great time doing the webcast on romance book clubs! From the looks of the chat that happened on the side, everyone who attended the webinar had a good time too. We didn’t have time to get to questions, so I asked NoveList if I could write a blog post addressing some of them.

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