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Get advice on leading a book discussion, guides for discussion, featured book club interviews, and/or join in BookBrowse’s online book discussion group.
Book reviews and recommendations for book groups as well as tips for leading a successful book discussion.
Random House recommends good books for discussion and ways to connect your book club with authors.
A plethora of information for book groups including book recommendations and over 3500 book discussion guides that feature author information and questions for discussion.
ReadingGroupGuides.com suggests general questions to use with discussion books when online reading guides are not available.
New book reviews, author interviews, feature articles and other book information.
An all-encompassing site featuring book reviews, author interviews, forthcoming fiction, contests, and reader commentaries.
A publisher/librarian connection that features a book blog, literary awards, bestseller lists, coming soon, consumer media book coverage, movies and TV based on books, publisher information and more.
Book reviews by library guru, Nancy Pearl.
Timely information for all genres of fiction and readable nonfiction. Includes annotated lists of books receiving at least one starred review from major review sources and hotlists of new/notable titles.
This publisher of literature, reference, and verse provides unlimited access to books - free of charge. Titles include Shakespeare's plays, Bulfinch's series on legends and mythology, Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body, Robert's Rules of Order, Emily Post's Etiquette, and many more well-known reference books.
Through Google’s Library Project, books in the public domain can be read online and even downloaded.
More than 29,000 books in many formats and languages are available to download for free.
Over 39,000 free high quality eBooks in various digital formats available to download or read online. This collection was made possible with the help of thousands of volunteers who digitized and diligently proofread each title.
Harlequin offers the opportunity to download free romance titles from multiple catagories.
Publisher Weekly’s entire list of the bestselling book for each year from 1900-1998.
Mid-Continent Public Library compiled this website featuring a compilation of books, novels, short stories, and plays that have been made into movies released as feature-length films in the United States.
This extensive database lists bibliographies for over 30,000 authors, including titles, series, collections, awards, and authors’ personal recommendations. Also features new books soon to be released.
Type in the name of a favorite author and get suggestions for other authors you might also like. Fun to use, you’re sure to find suggestions that will expand your horizons.
Horror headlines, conventions, free excerpts, writing tips, reading lists, author interviews, new horror releases and much more.
The International Horror Guild recognizes outstanding achievements in the field of horror and dark fantasy. A current listing of horror and dark fantasy nominations and award winners as well as past recipients from 1994-2006.
A large, all-encompassing site featuring polls, discussion boards, links, information on authors and more.
Mystery Writers of America is the premier organization for mystery writers, professionals allied to the crime writing field, aspiring crime writers, and those who are devoted to the genre.
A comprehensive index of mystery books by author, character, occupation of character, setting, historical period, cross-genre and more.
For lovers of romance novels, this site provides book reviews, information about romance authors, message boards and discussion lists.
This trade journal includes reviews of upcoming romances, “Top Picks” of the month, and tips and resources for romance writers and readers.
A nonprofit association providing networking and support to romance fiction writers.
A journal featuring news and reviews of science fiction and fantasy.
The official site of this nonprofit organization offers an extensive list of sci-fi and fantasy links.
A comprehensive site featuring book reviews, excerpts, author interviews, articles, author booklists, and more.
The official website of the Western Writers of America where you can obtain information about Old West topics, contact western authors, get “Spur Award” updates, etc.