May 15, 2019
Gentle reads refresh
Some days you may want to turn to a book for ease and comfort, lightness and maybe a little joy. You can find plenty of books with violence, fraught situations, angst, and peril, but NoveList is making it easier to find books with a gentler outlook on the world. Here at NoveList, we recently reviewed and updated our gentle reads genre, so you’ll be able to find hundreds more books that meet your needs.
May 2, 2019
New in NoveList: Subgenre Specials
Here at NoveList, we're always thinking about what librarians need to deliver top-notch readers’ advisory to their genre fiction fans. Our existing Genre Outlines broadly survey a major genre’s key concepts, authors, and titles. But what to do when a reader’s only interest is (for example) not just romance novels, but only historical romances? Or only paranormal romances?
April 29, 2019
The Secret Language of Books – 2019 Edition
We are happy to announce that the 2019 version of The Secret Language of Books is off to the printer. Many of you expressed appreciation for the earlier version of this booklet, which contained detailed information about NoveList appeal factors and tips for using them with readers. This time around, we wanted to create an even richer resource for you by including genres and themes.
March 4, 2019
Introducing the new LibraryAware homepage
We created LibraryAware for busy library professionals like you who need to promote your collections, build audiences for your programming, and keep patrons informed about what’s happening at the library. With that goal in mind, and in response to feedback from customers, we’re introducing a new homepage for LibraryAware next month.
February 19, 2019
Business Kits now available in LibraryAware
LibraryAware was designed to help libraries promote what they offer to patrons. We are now excited to introduce our Small Business Kits in LibraryAware.
February 1, 2019
With my people at ALAMW19
It’s been a minute since I worked in a library but when I go to a conference, it doesn’t take me long to get back into full-on librarian mindset –trolling publishers’ booths for hot-n-fresh ARCs, failing to resist picking up cool swag, and fangirling over authors.