Making the Most of Our Time | Self-Help Reviews

The latest self-help offerings embrace the whole spectrum of life, from petty aggravations to aging and death.

SF/Fantasy | Best Sellers, April 2017

Sanguinity rules: Crimson Death; The Blood Mirror; The Queen of Blood

Health & Fitness | Best Sellers, May 2017

The Case Against Sugar, Goop Clean Beauty, Forever Painless, and more

Love Is All Around | Genre Spotlight: Romance

A new publishing season has lots to offer the multitudes of romance fans, from hockey to history to…honey badgers? So buckle up, it’s going to be a wild ride.

E-Originals from Krum, Michael, Persell, and Quarles | Xpress Reviews

The pace is fast, with a few twists and turns along the way; the growing bond isn’t strong enough to be the sole focus; a fun, flirty, and spicy read from Persell; Quarles plays with the pacing conventions of contemporary romance to burn hot and bright

Audiobooks: Lucey’s Portrait of Sargent’s Women | Xpress Reviews

The author/narrator combination provides nonfiction storytelling at a high level, keeping the listener’s interest throughout the almost eleven hours; highly recommended for medium and large libraries, and small libraries with a strong arts readership

Graphic Novels from Czap, Durand, Lemire, and Wazem & Tirabosco | Xpress Reviews

A bold tour de force of illustrative, imaginative chutzpah; a chilling testament to Cold War propaganda from debuter Durand; a worthy selection for those interested in literary graphic fiction; a fine little stand-alone that is quiet, dignified, and strangely relaxing

Psychology, October 2017 | Best Sellers

December 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Nonfiction on Environmental Activism, Aidan Higgins, Chief Joseph, Frankenstein, Drugs and Racing | Xpress Reviews

Ties the goals of democracy and America’s social and economic structure; Higgins’s essays, diary entries, and letters to newspapers written over some 30 years; Howard she sought to separate fable from fact; a fine addition to a course on popular culture or film studies; this tale goes deeper, giving a peek into the drug world and police work

Fiction from Hossain and Quinn | Xpress Reviews

This novel should appeal widely to lovers of the fantastic and of Middle Eastern and South Asian literature; this story will remind readers of what the holidays are truly about: being with the ones you love