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Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Bookish Websites


Happy Tuesday everyone!  Welcome to the first Top Ten Tuesday now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.  This week's topic is Favorite Book Blogs/ Bookish Websites.  I've shared some of my favorite books blogs before, so today I'm sharing some of my favorite bookish websites.  Here we go, in alphabetical order:

Book Riot

Bookstr

Bustle Books

Epic Reads

Goodreads

The Hub

NetGalley


The Ohio Digital Library - Overdrive/ Libby

Project Gutenberg

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  1. LOVE Epic Reads. They're AMAZING and as their name suggests, they're EPIC!! Plus, the cover reveal posts they put together? Always a "scary" post for a bookworom to browse. ;)

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  2. Epic Reads and Book Riot are both fun. I need to check both out more. And Project Gutenberg is a good one- I've used that a few times to read public domain books!

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    1. It's fun to find new to you things on Project Gutenberg. :)

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  3. I definitely need to check out Epic Reads more. They seem to be everywhere this week. Great list! My TTT

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  4. I forgot about Project Gutenberg! I volunteered for them a little bit a few years ago. I like how anybody can contribute as a volunteer if they want to help digitize books!

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    1. Ooh, I forgot about that - I may have to recheck that out! :)

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  5. Epic Reads and Book Riot get visited a lot by me. And Project Gutenberg has saved me from many boring hours.

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  6. Fab list :)
    I am addicted to Goodreads for tracking my reading haha.
    Cora | http://www.teapartyprincess.co.uk/

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    1. I don't know how I would remember what I've read and what I want to read without it. Thanks for coming over, Cora!

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  7. The only ones of these I really use are Goodreads and Netgalley, I'll have to check out the others!
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2018/08/14/top-ten-tuesday-172/

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    1. I hope you find some you like. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  8. Goodreads is wonderful. I'm on there a lot and have sound so many books to love. I'll have to check out the others on your list. Here is our Top Ten Tuesday

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    1. My tbr has totally gone out of control but I love being able to discover so many new to me books. :)

      Thanks for sharing!

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  9. It's fun promoting the book blogs and other bookish sites in this week's TTT post, isn't it?? I love Goodreads too... And I also am on Bustle's site too, but it didn't make my TTT post this week.

    Here's a link to my TTT post this week: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2018/08/top-ten-tuesday-favorite-book.html

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    1. So much fun, especially seeing everyone's picks!

      Thanks for sharing. :)

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  10. I need to visit Book Riot more often. A colleague of mine does a non fiction podcast with them.

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  11. I think I've come across Project Gutenberg before, but seeing it on your list has renewed my interest!

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  12. I’m not sure how I lived before I discovered Goodreads. I used Project Gutenberg for school, but haven't looked at it recently.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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    1. I totally don't remember how I found it either, but I'm sure glad I did. :)

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  13. I totally forgot about Epic Reads! They have such fun content. :)

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  14. Such great resources! Especially the Hub and Epic Reads. And I'm obsessed with Libby & literally use it every single day. I just created a NetGalley account but haven't really used it much. Hopefully I'll start requesting & reviewing on there soon. Happy reading!

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  15. Great list! Bookstr is new to me, but I can already see myself spending a lot of time wandering around there.

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  16. Goodreads and NetGalley yasss! and edelweiss! ;)

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    1. I rarely use Edelweiss for some reason - I should check it more often. :)

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  17. I completely forgot about the Gutenberg project, I need to go back to visiting that site more regularly!

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  18. I like Bustle too and Project Gutenberg is great for classics, another free classics site I use is Adelaide Uni Library
    Thanks for visiting my blog. 😊

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    1. Oh, I'll have to remember that!

      Thanks for visiting!

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  19. A couple in common. Thanks for visiting my list. Yep, Project Gutenberg is a fabulous resource

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  20. Overdrive if FANTASTIC... it's how I listen to most of the audiobooks I do, it's great to be able to borrow them (and also to be able to control how fast the audio is...)

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    1. Mine too! I love that you can control the speed of the narrator.

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  21. This is an excellent list. I'm a big fan of Goodreads.

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  22. I was never a fan of the Epic Reads newsletter, but maybe I should check out the site more, since they've made a few of these lists. I haven't been on Project Gutenberg in a while; you reminded me, I used to be on it all the time!

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  23. I would be so lost without Goodreads. Whew boy!

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  24. Project Gutenberg! Great resource for my classics cravings :D

    Camillea Reads

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  25. Overdrive/Libby, definitely an excellent resource. It tends to be a lot easier to not forget to return your library books, oops, and saves you from fines.

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