Ancient Rome | LJ Reviews


SPQR is a must-read for fans of classical studies and strongly recommended for anyone with an interest in history. Fans of Roman history will certainly want to read Dynasty; it’s tone will also appeal to lovers of historical fiction

Rodeo Dreams | LJ Reviews


A surprising glimpse into the world of modern-day cowboys, a fascinating documentary that manages to touch and inspire as it also creates inevitable suspense

Burroughs, Redford, Dean, Brosnan | Trailers: What’s Coming on DVD/Blu-ray, November 1, 2015


From five years of Burroughs to James Dean back to Life to Pierce Brosnan in Some Kind of Beautiful

Back to the Books | What We’re Reading

Ten Days a Madwoman

WWR readers take a quick breath after numerous end-of-year duties and plunge into reading!

Best Books 2015: Romance


Library Journal‘s Romance reviewer par excellence Kristin Ramsdell rolls out the Top Ten Best Romances of 2015

Issue #1: Debut Graphic Novels | The Reader’s Shelf, November 1, 2015


It continues to be a new golden age for comics and graphic novels. Fresh voices and innovations in art and text provide a glimpse into the future of the craft for longtime fans and new readers alike.

Q&A: Amy Rubinate, Ideal Audiobooks


“The Ideal Audiobooks slogan is, ‘Stories with heart.’ We look for titles that are well written and compelling, that will entertain, delight, and enrich the lives of listeners.”

Best Books 2015: E-Originals


With the rise of digital-only imprints from traditional publishers added to the indie and self-pub offerings, the world of e-originals is wide open. See our Best E-Originals of the year

Romance Revs Up | Genre Spotlight: Romance


No matter your personal preferences, it’s hard to argue with the romance numbers: according to BookStats, estimated annual total sales value of romance in 2013 was $1.08 billion. That’s billions, folks. For many libraries, romance comprises the bread and butter of the genre fiction collections.

Brunke’s Debut of the Month, Award-Winning Firsts (Davis, James), Series Lineup, & More | Christian Fiction Reviews, November 1, 2015


Brunke is skilled at crafting sympathetic protagonists and lively accessible prose; Kanner’s characters crackle to life; Klassen spins a tale of secrets; Wiseman’s heartwarming tales feature diverse protagonists at different stages of life