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5 ways to find a new book

Hey,
It's Poppy once again.
Finding a new book is always a struggle for me. There is so much to choose from and I never know where to start or what I even want to read. Today I've put together a list of 5 ways you can find your next favourite book.

1.Look at books similar to the one you've just finished, or recommended books for next. -on the Kindle it automatically recommends similar books when you finish one that you have just read, I find that there is usually a good book or two in this list. If you don't have a kindle you can look up similar books on the internet.

2.Look at more books by that author- assuming you liked that book this is a great way to find another different yet similar book. Simply searching an authors name will bring up books that they have written. And if the author hasn't written any other books keep checking to see if they publish a new one.

3.Ask your friends- ask your friends or some people who have similar interests to you what they have been reading and if they are liking it. This is a great way to find a new book.

4.Ask an adult- ask your parents what they read when they were your age, or go to the book store and ask one of the staff members for a recommendation.

5.Read blogs/goodreads- blogs (like this one) often have lists of books to read, or book reviews and goodreads has heaps and heaps of different book suggestions and reviews.

Hopefully this list will give you an idea of where to start next time you finish a book. You can see all the posts we have written about books here. Let me know how you find a new book in the comments below.

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4 comments:

  1. http://www.literature-map.com/ is great too - type in an author and it brings up a map of authors that are similar.

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    1. That sounds like a great website, thanks.
      xxxPoppy

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  2. I usually use goodreads or looking at book blogs at bloglovin for a recommendation since the people in my real life don't read books the way I do. Thanks for the share!
    xTiara
    http://awaveofvellichor.wordpress.com

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    1. You could also have a look as some blogs for ideas. What kinds of books do you like to read, I might have some suggestions for you.
      xxxPoppy

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