August 2, 2018

Lust in the dust: Rural romances set in Australia

Following the immense success of Rachael Treasure’s Jillaroo in 2005, rural romance emerged as a beloved genre of Australian readers. These books celebrate rural life, farming, and close knit communities as well as the natural beauty of the Australian landscape. They are rich in atmosphere and feature strong, independent female heroines making their own way in the bush.

June 11, 2018

Product release: Introducing our latest version of NoveList Select

Coming in mid-June, the newest version of NoveList Select brings book information to the forefront and allows readers to interact with your catalog, mixing and matching on the appeals, genres, and themes they love to find their perfect book.

May 8, 2018

True crime’s enduring appeal

True crime can be a tricky genre to talk about and share with other readers, but it offers something for every fan -- from the courtroom dramas of heist capers to the hair-rising chronicles of the disturbed. Keeping in mind the range of reading tastes within the genre will make for a more informed reading experience.

May 3, 2018

Royal weddings and royal reads

With a brand new addition to the British Royal Family and a wedding planned for mid-May, it feels like royals fever is at an all-time high. How do we serve readers who are hungry to read about the lives and loves of the nobility? NoveList is here to help!

March 20, 2018

It’s hockey night at NoveList!

It seems that no one in Canada can escape hockey season -- and for everyone south of the border or otherwise uninitiated into the culture of hockey, you might be surprised at the enduring popularity of books about the sport. 

March 6, 2018

Spotting microtrends

Microtrends are curious little clusters of books published during the same time period that share a very specific topic. While they aren't necessarily indicators of bookish zeitgeist, they can help you show off your library's collection in a quirky, attention-grabbing way. 

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