Let's say you just finished a book and you don't know what to read next.
Where do you turn?
Instead of just randomly picking up another paperback or consulting a friend- Try the website, what should I read next.
It's like the Netflix or Pandora for readers.
Input the title of a beloved book or an author, and the site will make several recommendations, based on some of the common trades.
I wish the site were a bit more robust with rating features and book descriptions, but it's a good place to start for a recommendation.
Readers on the go should also try the sister site Where Should I Read Next.
Click on a country of interest or one that you'll be visiting and up pops a list of recommended reading featuring that exotic local or authors from that country.
A book group is a great way to discover new books and exchange ideas with other readers.
Take your book club into the virtual world with Goodreads.com.
Locate a group based on types of books or members, join, and start reading and discussing topics online.
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