New book list 😊! This has books that focus on the multi-generational story of a family or connected families. As always, it‘s only introductory, the three asterisks signify it‘s part of a series, and the list is focused on what‘s available to patrons from my library‘s shelves.
Close-up 1/4 of my #FamilySaga list. Have you read any of these?!
New list 😁! One-word titles. A short introductory list to help you get some ideas for the January prompt. 👍🏻
Close-up 1/6. Have you read any of these?
I‘ve made another book list 😊. Yes, I know there are a ton of books not on here, lol—it‘s only introductory ☺️. I also make these for my library patrons, so 95% of these need to be available for them 😁. So, here‘s close-up 1/5 of my #Memoir list! (Here ya go, @ljuliel ! 🤗)
Have you read any of these?!
Possibly the most debated subgenre list, lol. An hour-long conversation at the library today 😆. Opinions are all over the map online between authors, critics, publishers, and bloggers—for example, some think Harry Potter definitely qualifies and some think absolutely not 😳🙈. #ContemporaryFantasy, #ParanormalRomance, and other sub-genres, help muddle things 😆. Well, here‘s #UrbanFantasy, for what it‘s worth.
With my book lists, I‘ve shared mystery authors whose works fall under the mystery categories of: general thriller-suspends, espionage/spy lit, psychological suspense, and cozy. Now for #hardboiled! 😁
Part 1/4 of my #Hardboiled #Mystery Authors List. 😊
Have you read any of their books?!
Close-up 1/7 of #PsychologicalSuspense.
We‘ve been getting #ReaderAdvisory questions at the Reference Desk about specific types of mystery novels. With all my author lists, I‘ve only done #cozymystery, #spylit/#espionage (considered mystery by many), and a large all-encompassing general #thriller/#suspense list. So, time to get into more specifics! There is sub-genre overlap.
Any favorite authors for you?!