This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.
Finding the best places to get information about books is sometimes tough. There always seems to be something new, or somewhere you’ve missed.
These are some of the best places to find books online. I love heading in and checking them out now and then. Of course, there may be some tweaks you can make for your own book tastes.
If you love Goodreads but aren’t a huge fan of it being owned by Amazon, the Storygraph may be the place for you. Not only can you log your reading progress, but also take part in buddy reads and reading challenges.
Reddit has something for everyone, and the Books subreddit is a great place to find new recommendations of any genre.
There are also more niche book subreddits for almost every genre imaginable. The romance books one is, obviously, one I frequent a lot. Not only do I get a lot of new recommendations, but there are plenty of discussions I get involved in.
If you have a Kindle and use Reddit, you’ll find this thread a gold mine. It’s a great place to get help and support if something happens with your Kindle, but there are also lots of 99p deals shared to pick up a bargain.
Seven on Sunday You Tube thread
Grace from G Swizzel Books lists some topics for you to think about every Sunday. I haven’t taken part yet, but hopefully I can get to it in the new year.
Six for Sunday blog share
Steph from A Little But a Lot also shares some topics for you to discuss your thoughts. I’ve taken part in this for years, and it’s given some really great discussion posts for this blog as well as my Book Tube channel.
I recently signed up to Scribd and it’s changed my reading. My previous audiobooks all came from the library, so I always had to wait for them to be free. Now, I have all of them at the tip of my fingers whenever I want to read one.
The Write Reads on Twitter
Dave is a huge champion of book bloggers. Every day shares a blog post and review from a blogger in his database with his over 20,000 Twitter followers. Seeing someone else value your work is wonderful.