Another online resource for authors and readers–Goodreads–by Jean Matthew Hall
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A few years ago I joined Goodreads. I didn’t know what it was for, didn’t stop to think how I could use it.
NOW I DO. Do you?
Of course Goodreads has an App for my mobile phone so I can refer to it anywhere I might be. And I do!
I especially like the “Best Books of the Year” section. The Best Books are categorized by genre for adults. They also include sections for young adult books, middle grade books and picture books.
So, using this feature I have a lengthy list of picture books to read and review right here at ON MY SHELF on Fridays over the next few months.
Yay! I’m excited to have a new “list” as I explore book stores and libraries.
Thanks to Goodreads you will hopefully find some new and interesting posts ON MY SHELF in 2018.
A FEW QUESTIONS FOR YOU ABOUT GOODREADS:
Are YOU a member of Goodreads? How long have you participated? Have you found any new reads that you have really enjoyed? Has it been worth your time to visit Goodreads?
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