Are you looking for a good book? And, what reader or writer isn’t? Today we want to highlight one of our favorite places to find one – LitHub.com.
Modestly billing itself as, ”the best of the literary internet,” Lit Hub delivers. With pulldowns for Features, News, Writing Life, Long Form, Daily Fiction, Book Marks, and Crime Reads the website covers all things in the book world. Lit Hub posts new content daily.
A recent post, A Century of Reading: 10 Books That Have Defined the 2010s So Far , could help you if you were looking for capital L literature. What I like about the site is that it also guides my less elevated taste for mysteries and thrillers with posts like All the Thrillers You Need to Read This November .
Writers browsing The Writing Life tab will find posts like If You Have These Traits You Might Be a Writer .
If you love books and writing, check out Lit Hub.
We’re also excited about the potential of a new just launched site BooksRadar.com. This website contains an extensive list of book descriptions blurbs for all kinds of genres. It makes it easy to find whatever information you are looking for because everything has been placed under one roof (whether thrillers, novels, detectives, SF, fantasy, et cetera). Apart from blurbs, BooksRadar.com also focuses on arranging the books according to the series order where applicable. BooksRadar.com has a limited number of titles now, but promises more will be added as the site develops. Check it out and suggest a book for inclusion.