Looking for a new mystery to read that is light and not too serious? Let Katie help by recommending some Cosy Mystery titles.

Author and producer Craig Colby spoke to us about his book ALL CAPS: STORIES THAT JUSTIFY AN OUTRAGEOUS HAT COLLECTION. A finalist for the Canadian Book Club Awards, this work explores the connections between family, friends, work, and even sports teams, that give life meaning. You can borrow ALL CAPS from Windsor Public Library.


Looking for a new romance to read with a hint of suspense and intrigue? Let Katie help by recommending some titles that explore the romance trope of romantic suspense.

Looking for a new sizzling September romance read? Let Katie help by recommending some titles that explore the romance trope of workplace romances.


Summer is the time for summer reads and summer romance.

Check out this video that combines the two!

Learn about Canadian romance authors and get some great recommendations here!

In June we celebrate Pride and examine tropes that represent love is love is love.

This video explores the trope of sibling’s best friend or best friend’s sibling as a love interest.

Margaret Jacobson was born April 5, 1944. On what would have been her 78th birthday, we honour her, and all the Margarets out there with this discussion between WPL librarian Erica and author Denise Davy. Davy’s book Her Name was Margaret is a compelling examination of the tragedy of how multiple systems fail individuals, resulting in chronic homelessness.

You can borrow the book from WPL or visit Denise Davy’s website for more information.

Learn why Diversity Story Times are important, and how they can help your children!

Need a suggested title?

Ready for a new kind of book club? Reading for Pleasure Romance Editions are for you!

Check out these great recommendations for the trope “Second Chance Romance” brought to you by your romance-loving library staff!

How about Historical Romances?

What IS Fake Dating?

Looking to sink your teeth into some Paranormal Romance?

How about Friends to Lovers?

Marriage of Convenience, Anyone?

In the mood for some Holiday Romance?

Sunshine and Grumpy?

Learn about the “friends with benefits” trope, and get some great suggested titles!