Dying to know when your favorite author is releasing his/her next book? Are they going on a reading tour soon? Your best bet is to check out their official web page:
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Electronic reader's advisory resource which assists fiction readers in finding new authors and titles. Novelist allows readers to use a favorite author or title as a template to locate other authors and titles of interest. Contains materials for all ages. Provided by the New Jersey State Library.
An interactive site that allows you to pick certain elements of what kind of book you’d like to read (i.e. optimistic or bleak, short or long)
Whether you subscribe to their electronic newsletter or not, Fiction_L is a great source for booklists for any kind of reader. If you’re looking for something particular, you can search the archives as well.
Site offers tons of current reviews of books from a wide variety of genres, time periods and countries.
Site is a great source for booklists on a range of different subjects, including award winners and age appropriate materials. Genre and author spotlights are also ample.
Oprah's Book Club
Even if you’re not a fan of the show, the club has certainly read enough to cover a wide range of books that will satisfy any type of reader.
Titled “America’s Book Review,” the magazine is a wonderful source for in-depth reviews of recent books as well as interviews with contemporary authors.
Portal to many sites on the Web that offer free downloadable electronic books.
Check out the various Reader Advisory Brochures located at the Reference Desk.