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Today’s Top 10: Online Resources for Book Lovers
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#1. NetGalley is where I get most of the books that I read.
#2. I get a few advance copies from Edelweiss, but I use the site mostly for cover images, additional information on books, and I use it to search for upcoming releases.
#3. I don’t use The Library Thing website nearly enough. It is a fantastic site to research books.
#4. I use the Google Books site to find additional information about the books I read.
#5. Amazon has so much information about books. I use it for information, to purchase books, and for author pages.
#6. My local library website. I can borrow digital and audiobooks from the comfort of my home, as well as research books.
#7. I use BookBub mainly to research authors, but it also has a lot of information on books.
#8. Individual publisher websites are great for finding out about new releases, and your favorite author’s new releases.
#9. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and all the social media sites have great information about upcoming releases and is a great place to find reviews.
#10. Goodreads is still where I get most of my information about books. There are always plenty of reviews, especially advanced reviews on this site.
What are your favorite online sites for books? Comment below!