If you love reading like we love reading you are always looking for that next good read.
Here are a few sites and sources to keep you reading. But don’t forget – our trained reader’s advisory staff is always happy to help you.
Wowbrary – Would you like to hear about the many exciting bestsellers, movies, music, and audio books almost the very moment they arrive at the library? Then sign up for Wowbrary’s free weekly emails. You can read reviews and go right into the online catalog and place a hold on the title.
- What’s new at the library?– Top Choices
- Mysteries & thrillers
- Literature and fiction
- Sci-Fi and Fantasy
Choose an author as you choose a friend. – Sir Christopher Wren
Websites for Readers
- Literature Resource Center
- Library of Congress Center for the Book
- Stop, You’re Killing Me! – Mysteries
- Locus Online – Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror
- Readwest.com – Westerns
- HistFiction.net – Historical fiction
- Faithful Reader – Inspirational
- All About Romance – Romances
Reading is a discount ticket to everywhere. – Mary Schmich
- Fantastic Fiction – All things fiction, authors, series, etc. – Over 30,000 authors, 350,000 books. Have fun!
- Reader’s Advice – Search & you shall find!
- Whichbook.net — All about the Brits!
- What’s Next – Guidance in finding series titles
- Who Reads What – What your favorite celebrities are reading
- Oprah’s Books – Read along with Oprah
- The Modern Library’s 100 Best Books
- Kansas Authors – Find the best right here at home.
When we read a story, we inhabit it. The covers of the book are like a roof and four walls. – John Berger
- Based on the Book – Books, short stories, and plays made into movies
- Book Sense Bestsellers – based on sales from independent bookstores
- Publisher’s Weekly – Bestseller Lists
- Alibris – Used, rare, and out-of-print
- Abebooks.com – Used, rare, and out-of-print
- A.K.A. – Pseudonyms of popular authors
Talking Books Catalog;
Books, magazines and other materials available to qualified patrons through the Talking Books Program