Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Top 10 Things That Make Your Life As A Reader/Book Blogger Easier

Top Ten Things That Make Your Life As
A Reader/Book Blogger Easier
(Hosted by The Broke and the Bookish)
 

1) Greenwood Public Library - Yeah...the library.  I know I work there so I'm a bit biased, but there's nothing better than a shelf full of new, shiny books to get you in the reading mood.  Unfortunately I can not take them all home.  :(

2) Goodreads - So, my "to-read" shelf has hundreds of books listed, but I can't remember the last time I actually referred to the list for my next read (why?  See above.)  But it's an absolutely wonderful tool to keep track of what I have already read.

3) Netgalley - Occasionally I have the joy of getting my hands on an Advanced Readers Copy of a book I'm dying to read.

4) YA Book Central - This fabulous site has a list of upcoming teen titles.  Awesome.

5) Novelist - Chances are your library has this database too.  It gives you readalikes, reviews, and additional details.

6) Pinterest - Memes, quotes, and fun book crafts; definitely inspiring when I don't have a review planned.

7) VOYA - Oh VOYA, how I love you.  A professional magazine for librarians with a plethora of reviews and book related topics.

8) Geek & Sundry: Amy Dallen Vlog - I'm about to embark on a comic book reading adventure, and this darling lady has tons of suggestions and tips.  Thank you Geek Week on YouTube!

9) Foreveryoungadult.com - These ladies are just plain awesome.

10)  The million and a half other blogs I follow...such a wonderful community!

2 comments:

  1. There are so many great resources out there!

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  2. I love my public library, too (even though I don't work there)! Also NetGalley, Goodreads, Pinterest, and the bloggers I follow. Thanks for the other tips, though!

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