Remember These Names | Wyatt’s World

October ushers in the heart of the “big book” season, and for any author, especially those just breaking in, landing a fall publication date is impressive. Here are five who have earned such an honor and deserve attention this month and beyond.

Libraries, Queens, Longmire, Roxane Gay, Standards | What We’re Reading & Watching

Fall is the reading season, but for the WWR/WWW people, it’s also time to watch.

Audiobooks from Craig, Finder, Goodman, Hawkins, and Sincero | Xpress Reviews

Only for true fans of this type of humor; finder’s latest is “highly optional”; unwieldy narrative threads ultimately demand more work than they offer enlightenment; no plot or production missteps will deter Hawkins’s vast audience from demanding access; this motivational book will be popular with Sincero fans

Graphic Novels by Lust, Coste, GG, and Nybrandt & Mikkelsen | Xpress Reviews

A strong optional purchase for fans of the source material, Lust, or historical wartime fiction; a wonderful exploration of a tragic artist; it takes some reflection but a gem for readers willing to engage with it; Tibet’s struggle for independence and the people who continue to endure

Nonfiction with Lore Creator Mahnke About Monstrous Creatures | Xpress Reviews

Appropriate for both leisurely and scholarly readers, this not only satisfies the curious thrill seekers but offers specific cases that can be examined

Fiction by Alexander, McGhee, and Silverberg, with a Trio of Debuts | Xpress Reviews

Alexander excels at conveying the flavor of Tsarist Russia; Levy provides plenty of detail for the history lover; for fans of realistic fiction about difficult family relationships; unputdownable once you get into it; an enthralling, surreal debut; an excellent choice for sf fans

Environmental Science, October 2017 | Best Sellers

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

E-Originals from Lynn, Marek, Sosa, West, and Debuter Wynters | Xpress Reviews

Readers will find this feel-good romance entertaining; a rousing historical romance that examines issues of class and privilege; contemporary romance fans will fall for the multidimensional characters; West lovingly crafts the small-town setting; for fans of military romances that include heroic canine companions

Q&A: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Sports Icon, Novelist, Comics Creator

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, NBA superstar and Sherlock Holmes aficionado for most of his life, has described applying Holmes-style deduction techniques to his own game strategy. Intrigued by the notion of creating Victorian sleuthing adventures himself, he’s focused two new books on Sherlock’s older and lesser-known brother, Mycroft.

Doorstoppers, War Stories, Fashion, Folkies | Classic Returns

World War I & II stories, memoirs, fashion, folk singers and folk songs, crime classics, classic rockers, a Nobel Laureate, an Inuit boy, and a humongous collection of stories by Kurt Vonnegut.