a guide for avid readers - (http://www.bookbrowse.com/) Provides extensive
collection of reading lists for readers of genre fiction.
BookWire - (http://www.bookwire.com/) includes Publishers Weekly Bestseller lists and links to many book awards, reviews, booksellers on the Web, author tours and book events.
Genreflecting - (http://www.genrefluent.com) Developed by Diana Tixier Herald, the author of Genreflecting: a Guide to Reading Interests in Genre Fiction, (available at the Manchester Public Library), this site offers many reading suggestions for those who enjoy genre fiction such as romance, western, mystery and more. Click on the Books of the Week section for Ms. Herald's recommended reading reviews.
Goodreads-(http://www.goodreads.com) Form a book club, answer book trivia, keep track of what you have read, reading suggestions
Great Writers - (http://www.xs4all.nl/~pwessel/writers.html) Links to: Major literary prizes winners, home pages of literary writers and biographical and critical information.
Librarians' Index to the Internet - (http://www.ipl.org/)Choose the Literature link in Arts, Crafts and Humanities to explore the world of books.
LibraryThing - (http://www.librarything.com) Catalog your books and people with similar reading tastes.
Literature at Yahoo - (http://www.yahoo.com/Arts/Humanities/Literature/)
Morton Grove Public Library Reader's Services -(http://www.webrary.org/rs/rsmenu.html) Extensive reader's advisory service includes many reading suggestions, bibliographies, a Match a Book service, tips on how to use the internet and many links to internet resources.
Multnomah County Library Readers' Connection - (http://www.multcolib.org/books/index.html) Helpful site includes connections to book discussion groups, booklists (including "if you like" reading lists, electronic resources
Shelfari - http://www.shelfari.com - (http://www.shelfari.com) Create a virtual bookshelf, lists of best books, favorite quotes and more.
Stop, You're Killing Me - (http:www.stopyourekilling me.com) This site has has over 3,300 authors listed with chronological lists of their books. It also has location, job, historical, diversity, and genre indices.
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updated April 2012