Top Ten Tuesday – Online Resources for Book Lovers

Hey guys, it’s Tuesday again so it means it’s time for Top Ten Tuesday. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that is hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is ten online resources that all book lovers should use.

I had to have a good think about this topic and what resources that I use on a day to day basis. But I have managed to come up with a few that I think can help all readers. 

  1. Goodreads, StoryGraph and other websites like these

Websites like Goodreads and StoryGraph are a great way to keep track of your reading and to also see what books others are reading. You also get to read others thought really easy and you can find books that you want to read. 

  1. Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest)

A bit like the review websites above, social media is a great way to make bookish friends and to connect with others in the community. Social media is also a great place for recommendations as well. 

  1. Google Drive/Word and Excel

I absolutely love my google drive, and cannot recommend it more. I have my own reading spreadsheet where I can keep track of all the books that I read and my stats for the year. They can just be great for keeping memories and track of things across the years. 

  1. Pinterest

You can get so many good recommendations and also reading inspiration on Pinterest, plus it is just so ascetically pleasing. 

  1. YouTube

I feel like this is pretty explanatory, but there are so many good booktube channels out there that all have brilliant recommendations, so it is all about finding one that matches your reading taste. Some of my favourites are: 
Becca and the Books
A Frolic Through Fiction
Wandering Through Worlds
Book Browsing Blog

  1. Food Delivery Services

I had to include this one in there, as there is nothing better, especially as we head into the colder months in the UK, than ordering yourself a nice takeaway or some dessert. 

  1. Book Riot

I think this is one that most readers will have heard of already but I love Book Riot as there is a loads of different things to do such as quizzes and different recommendations. There are also some really interesting discussion posts as well. 

  1. Let’s Talk About Myths, Baby! (Greek Myth Podcast)

I have only just started listening to Let’s Talk About Myths, Baby podcast but so far I am really enjoying it. If you are like me and like your Greek Myth retellings it is brilliant to discover what went into these myths and what the original myth actually was. 

  1. Sentimental Garbage (Chick-lit podcast)

This is another podcast that I have recently discovered but am really loving. It has interviews with new Chick-Lit authors and it just all round hilarious. If you love your romance you should check Sentimental Garbage out!

  1. Blogs

I think this should go without saying, especially as you are reading this on my blog, but there is nothing better than other blogs. You can always find so many amazing bloggers and blogs that have gone undiscovered that have some amazing content. 

There you have it, ten online resources for book lovers, what other ones do you suggest? Let me know in the comments below!

11 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Online Resources for Book Lovers

  1. I recently subscribed to the Let’s Talk About Myths, Baby! podcast but I still haven’t listened to an episode yet—I’ve just heard some great things about it! Lol, I like the sound of the Sentimental Garbage podcast too, so I’ll defo check it out! Great list 🙂

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