Top Ten Online Resources for Book Lovers

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Top Ten Online Resources for Book Lovers

(what websites, podcasts, apps, etc. do you use that make your reading life better?)

  1. Goodreads for keeping track of everything
  2. Overdrive for audiobooks (because it gives the percentage listened to and I find tha tuseful for updating my Goodreads status)
  3. Libby for ebook (because it’s a nicer interface than Overdrive)
  4. Spotify for reading music playlists
  5. Booko.com.au for finding the best deal for a sought-after book.
  6. Ebay for out of print books.
  7. Netgalley and Edelweiss+ for ARCs (Advanced Review Copies)
  8. Bookbub for the alert for free ebooks
  9. Etsy for cute book-themed merch
  10. Chrome extension: Library Extension

    This extension for Chrome can show me at a glance if a book I’ve found on Goodreads or Amazon is part of my library’s collection. It’s so useful: it means I don’t have to keep jumping between tabs to do a while library search. Seriously guys, if you love books (why else would you be here reading this?) I strongly recommend you install and set it up. It’s so easy to add your own library if it’s not even yet.

Nemo
Nemo

About Nemo

A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo has a degree in English Literature and specialises in reviewing contemporary, paranormal, mystery/thriller, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She is especially drawn to novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, and assassins.

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4 thoughts on “Top Ten Online Resources for Book Lovers

    1. Nemo

      It really is! Unfortunately it’s just not financially feasible to purchase every copy of every book I want to read, and libraries should be supported!

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