AALBC.com (African American Literature Book Club) is the oldest, largest, and most frequently visited, web site dedicated to books by or about people of African descent. Started in 1997, AALBC.com is a widely recognized source of author profiles, book and film reviews, book recommendations, event information, discussion forums, writer resources, interviews, articles, videos, and more.
Book Reviews, essays, and author interviews from Barnes and Noble.
This site contains a database of movies that were based on a book. You can search by movie or book name, year of release or publication, as well as director, starring actors, movie studio, author or book publisher. Browse the list of top books turned into movies, and find the movie version of your favorite novels or stories.
An online magazine for booklovers, BookBrowse include reviews, previews, stories behind the books, author interviews, reading guides and much more.
Discover new and best selling books. Get exclusive sneak peeks and recommendations. Everything you need to know about the world of books. Find your next great read@Bookish.
A monthly publication supplied by RTDL andavailable online that includes reviews of books being published during the month that the Bookpage editors recommend.
BookPsychic gives you high-quality recommendations. As you rate more items on BookPsychic, you'll see more and better personalized recommendations for books, audiobooks, eBooks and DVDs. The more you rate, the better your recommendations will get!
The Book Report Network provides thoughtful book reviews, compelling features, in-depth author profiles and interviews, excerpts of the hottest new releases, literary games and contests, and more every week.
Book Riot is dedicated to the idea that writing about books and reading should be just as diverse as books and readers are. So sometimes we are serious and sometimes silly. Some of our writers are pros. Many of them aren’t. We like a good list just as much as we like a good review. We think you can like both J.K. Rowling and J.M. Coetzee and that there are smart, funny, and informative things to say about both and that you shouldn’t have to choose.
Crime thru Time is dedicated to Historical Mysteries. They provide information on upcoming releases, series/author book lists, timelines and links of interest.
Dedicated to helping you read fiction book series in order. Easily find out which book is next with a custom list based on your favorite series!
Pick two or more genres and find books that blend them together.
Tell us what titles or genres you’ve enjoyed in the past, and we’ll give you surprisingly insightful recommendations. Chances are your friends are discussing their favorite (and least favorite) books on Goodreads.
Indie Next List provides recommendations from independent booksellers nationwide.
Information about authors and their works of fiction made available to the public free of charge.
Enter what you're reading now, or your entire library, and LibraryThing will connect you to people who read what you do.
Information on Authors & Illustratrators Related to Michigan.
*Available through funding from the State of Michigan
The first national book review exclusively dedicated to books about the African experience, QBR is your reliable source for what is current in Black books.
Suggested books and topics of discussion for book clubs.
Reading Group Guides is the online community for reading groups, providing guides along with helpful information on strating and running your book group. Part of the Book Report Network.
A database to help you search books in series, developed and maintained by the Kent District Library.
October 13 – 27, 2016
For a two-week period beginning October 13, Redford Township District Library card holders will be able to borrow the eBook, This is Where it Ends by Marieke Nijkamp from http://tln.lib.overdrive.com and participate in a worldwide version of a local book club. Read a sample.