When you are a book lover you always want to have your hands on new books, there are plenty of books but how do you know which one to read? Also once you finish reading a book what should you read next.
Dont worry, I have compiled a list of top websites you should bookmark if you are a book lover.
1. Project Gutenberg
Own an e-reader but hate paying for e-books? Luckily, a huge number of great classic books are no longer under copyright. Project Gutenberg is a massive repository for these texts, in a dazzling array of formats, all available free of charge.
A large social network for book enthusiasts! Great for keeping track of the books you’ve read, connecting with other readers, finding quality book reviews, and sharing recommendations.
The internet’s home of audio books, Audible has an insanely-sized catalog featuring most classics, many new releases, and a host of quality audio courses to keep you learning for years. These are perfect for listening to in the car, at the gym, or simply as a way of reading a book while giving your eyes time to rest from the screen.
If you’re anything like me, your list of books to read is literally never ending. However, the insights of some books can be garnered in a few short minutes. And that’s what Blinkist is about. The ideas of over 2000 bestselling non-fiction books have been condensed so you can read or listen to them in just 15 minutes.
5. Book Riot
You can be a book lover without being pretentious. And that’s exactly what Book Riot is selling. An online publication filled with witty, entertaining news and reviews of all things book-related, this is a literary blog anyone can love.
6. Pixel of Ink
Invaluable for Kindle owners, Pixel of Ink tracks down great Kindle ebooks available cheaply or for free. Great for the bargain-hunting reader looking to expand their horizons.
7. What Should I Read Next?
A sort of Pandora for books, this site is a book recommendation engine that takes books you’ve enjoyed and recommends new books based on them.
8. Hundred Zeros
This is a website that keeps track of the bestselling free Amazon kindle books. While there is a lot of fairly thin genre fiction, there are also some genuine gems.
Another book recommendation engine which works by taking in information about what you’re looking for, and matching you to hand-classified books in its library.