Online Sources for Books & Reading Groups
Book lovers + social networks = online reading groups. What better way to spend hours on the internet?
Book Buzz Book Club
The Toronto Public Library has an online book club for adult readers called Book Buzz. Every month a new book is featured. You can read interviews with author and reviews about the book and afterwards join in on discussions in their book forum.
Book Club Works
I strongly believe reading is an important part of our lives, both as a requirement for existing in society and for personal enjoyment; so Iīm always excited to see organizations working towards improving literacy.
With the website Daily Lit there is the possibility of increasing the quality of your reading material with only five minutes at a time. Those who have succumbed to the convenience of handheld devices or those who canīt enjoy the comforts of a warm chair, hot
National Book Month
A month set aside for books. Seems like a strange event doesnīt it. I mean shouldnīt books be an every day thing? Of course, but National Book Month encourages a bit more reading for those who
Sisters Sippin Tea Literary Group
Books, tea, great conversation and a support group. A Tulsa, Oklahoma book club is taking reading to a whole new high. Sisters Sippin Tea, or SST for short, is made up of African American women from all walks of life. There are wives, mothers...
Where to Get BOOKS!
Books in print, audiobooks, e-books - here is a wide rage of sources where you can buy literary fiction online, or download it free.
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Looking for online sources for literary and other genre reads? Here are a few sources that carry great works, both free and at very low costs. Check them out!
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