What should I read next?


If you would like to start with our newest fiction, non fiction, audio books, eBooks etc. click on Wowbrary. Look for the “Sign Up” tab in Wowbrary to receive free weekly email about our newest books, movies, music, audio books, and eBooks.

Next, try our  Staff Recommendations . We are a group of avid readers with very different tastes. This list is always being updated, so check back periodically. You might find something new each time!

We also have a collection of  Patron Book Reviews submitted by our library patrons during our Adult Summer Reading Program 2012.

Also, take a look at the Literature Databases and Websites . They will help you find out what comes next, who writes like ______, award winners and best sellers in different genres, etc.

Used Books will help you find a remembered friend you want to add to your home bookshelf or the value of an old book you found at an estate sale.

And finally,  Fiction and Nonfiction  lists might help you discover another author in your favorite genre.

We’ll be adding on to “What to Read Next” as time allows. Happy reading!


LITERATURE DATABASES
Books and Authors
Contemporary Literary Criticism Select
Literature Resource Center
NoveList   Remote Access

WEBSITES
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ALA Notable Books for Adults
ALA’s Reading List -  highlights outstanding genre fiction
Based on the book (movies—look up by movie title,  book title,  book author)
NPR -  Books
New York Times – Books
Directory of Publishers
Oprah
Overbooked.com– a resource for readers
Project Gutenberg (over 36,000 free ebooks to download to your portable device)
Yahoo’s Author Directory

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USED BOOKS
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AbeBooks.com
eBay Antiquarian & Collectible Books
Massachusetts and Rhode Island Antiquarian booksellers


FICTION LISTS
Adventure
Amateur Detectives
Christian
Classics
Cozy Mystery Authors
Fantastic Fiction
15 Memorable Apocalyptic Novels
Gentle Reads

Fantasy Authors
First in a Series – Fantasy
First in a Series – Historical Fiction
First in a Series – Horror Fiction
First in a Series – Romance
Multicultural Fiction
Romance Authors
Science Fiction Authors
Stop, you’re killing me—“a website to die for if you love mysteries”
Thrillers and Suspense

NONFICTION
Hidden Gems
Memoirs

 

 

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