Goodreads is a social cataloging site and they claim to be “the world’s largest community of book lovers.” While it offers a lot to readers, one size does not fit all. Some avid readers want features, specialized resources or alternative points of view about the book world.
Below are seven other sites for booklovers. One might be the right fit for you.
This site is “an online magazine for booklovers” and offers features such as articles, previews, reading guides, reviews and resources for book clubs.
“helps people share their reading life and discover new books. It’s a blog platform designed for book lovers.”
Bookstr “connects books with people” with entertaining articles, lists, memes and quizzes.
This is a news source for booklovers. The site offers readers everything from reviews, video discussions and podcasts.
An online software that allows you to catalog and share information about your media collection.
This site allows you to create a catalog for all your media. The social aspect of the site focuses on connecting “people based on the books they share.”
An online community that “inspires people to read more books by connecting them with librarians, avid readers, authors and deals on books they’ll love.”