A diverse page full of book reviews in different formats (including video), author spotlights, games, and podcasts.
Ereader News Today
Learn tips and tricks to get the best out of your e-reader. Plus, get links to free Kindle downloads.
This is the place to go when you want to look up an author’s collection of books. The books are listed in order and will even let you know if there are any new books being released by the author.
All in one site featuring e-reader news, tips, and tutorials for how to use your e-reader.
This is easily the most popular book review site on the internet. Here you can see which books your friends are reading and what they thought of those books. You can also keep track of what you are reading as well as give your own reviews. Check out KPL on GoodReads!
Our own page of book reviews by staff and patrons, as well as recommended books lists that include our 2015 reading challenge lists.
Want to know what librarians across the country recommend? Check out the top ten books per month here.
Literature Map is a fun resource where the user types in an author’s name and the website generates a web of other authors that have similar writing styles and genres.
New York Times Bestsellers
Features book reviews, author spotlights, as well as lists bestselling books.
Reading Group Guides
This is a great place to gather ideas if you're interested in starting a reading group, or if the group you're already in just needs some new ideas: This site has it all: book discussion guides, author bios, and even recipes!
Stop, You’re Killing Me!
The resource for lovers of mystery, crime, thriller, spy, and suspense books. Search for books based on author, character, or one of the many other options (history, diversity, genre).
What Should I Read Next?
What Should I Read Next analyzes the favorites list of all their members in order to recommend the best next read for any book. You can either just get a book recommendation for free by going to their main page and choosing a book title, and it will provide you a list of titles that others who have favorite it have also read
Pick a book based on your mood. If you aren’t sure what your mood is, you can also create book lists based on character, plot type, or setting.