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If you enjoyed these 20 popular rom-coms, @BuzzFeed recommends that you read these romance books:
For readers, supporting a first-time author can lead to a rewarding years-long relationship filled with many more stellar books. So check out these recent and upcoming YA debuts to discover:
What are your new favorite books?
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To celebrate the release of her new book, 'Fuzz,' science author @mary_roach spoke with us to share her highly unusual true crime recommendations. Make sure to add those that spike your interest to your Want to Read shelf!
Mythology is back, baby! @esquire lists the best Greek and Roman mythology retellings of recent years:
Looking for that perfect book to cozy up with this fall? Head over to @BuzzFeed and take a look at the 14 books readers can't wait to read this season, according to our readers:
Ecological preservation, quirky speculation on afterlife possibilities, mystery thrillers, archeology, insider scoops, and magical realism. Find these tales and more with 6 great books hitting shelves this week:
What was the last book you rated five stars?
A new season brings new hopes, and new books. The @washingtonpost suggests 15 great books to read this fall:
Featuring everything from a young psychopath's quest to solve a murder to a surprised heiress's search for the reasons behind her sudden fortune, September is full of twisty mysteries and thrillers:
Curling up with a good book is hugely beneficial for children's development. @Forbes suggests some kid-approved books to help them appreciate the world outside their door:
A full cast of voice actors, each with their own vibrant personalities, bring narratives to life in a way that readers would never experience otherwise. Check out some of the audiobooks that have made the hugest impact on our readers:
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Sometimes the best writing stems from reality. @townandco has gathered a few of their favorite fiction books, inspired by real-life events:
From coming-of-age novels to absurdist short stories, these small press books suggested by @BuzzFeed are worth reading:
We spoke with 'The House on the Cerulean Sea' author @tjklune about sensitivity readers, content warnings, life advice, and the writing process for his latest book, 'Under the Whispering Door:'
At one point or another, we've all wanted to inhabit our favorite book. The @guardian takes a look at the magical life of a man who did:
To celebrate National #HispanicHeritageMonth we asked the nonprofit organization @LatinxinPub to help us create a reading list to mark the celebration. Take a look and add some fantastic new books from Latino/a/x authors to your Want to Read shelf!
What are your new favorite books?
Each year, @WritersDigest compiles the Best Websites for Writers. The 2021 list is finally here:
Stunning revelations, Harlem circa 1962, new twists on old tropes, unexplained disappearances, parties gone wrong, stories about Chateau Marmont, and true crime in the animal kingdom. Find these tales and more with 7 great books hitting shelves this week:
Virginia Woolf believed that characters were a novelist's greatest tool, a way to bridge life and fiction. The @NewYorker takes a look at Woolf's skill in the art of character reading:
We need positive visions of the future that we can work toward. @Slate spoke with three of the climate imagination fellows, who recommend works of literature around climate change that inspire
Romance writers are the best matchmakers you can find. We talked to the authors of this year's most anticipated romances about their new books, which romance authors to keep your eye on, and their favorite romance tropes:
Great news for fantasy fans: C.L. Polk's award-winning 'Kingston Cycle' is coming to television! @tordotcom has all the details:
We spoke with 'The Underground Railroad' author @colsonwhitehead about creating complex and compelling characters, low-tech crime movies, and his latest novel, 'Harlem Shuffle:'
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Looking for ways to diversify your reading list? @tordotcom suggests five extremely unscientific methods for picking your next book:
From Elena Ferrante's latest book to Susanna Clarke's new fantasy, take a look at @BuzzFeed's recommendations for 9 new paperbacks you won't want to put down:
This year's buzziest contemporary literary fiction features women on killing sprees, navigating private pain, and social media. Take a look at our roundup featuring fiction that examines modern lives through a myriad of very compelling lenses:
If you could be transported to the setting of the current book youโ€™re reading, where would you be?
From Sedona, Arizona ๐ŸŒต, take a look at today's#GoodreadsWithAVieww! ๐Ÿ“ธ : books_with_taylor on Instagram ๐Ÿ“š@WhittyAuthorheSe
We've created a list with the books that are most popular with readers right now, so scroll over the ones that catch your eye for more information, and don't forget to add the most interesting ones to your Want to Read shelf!
Trying to find your next favorite read? Head over to @GeekTyrant and check out the most highly anticipated sci-fi and fantasy books of the month according to our members:
Whether you're looking for a spooky thriller or you're more of a memoir person, fall is the best time of year to get in touch with your bookish side. Head over to @TheEverygirl_ and check out the new books this fall our members are obsessed with:
European romance, abandoned mansions, assorted monsters, women warriors, paranormal goings-on, and stories set in Tokyo. Find these tales and more with 6 great books hitting shelves this week:
'The Only Good Indians' author Stephen Graham Jones loves a good, scary read. He suggests 5 terrifying books for Halloween reading to the @ladailynews:
If you're the type who likes to read the book before watching the movie or TV show, @Forbes lists the latest books being adapted for film and TV:
In the next few months, you'll find the virtual aisles swirling with new books from a wide range of acclaimed, award-winning authors. We've collected a dozen new titles coming this fall, along with recommended earlier books from the archives:
From millennial burnout in the Japanese workplace to a toxic relationship in Iceland, @ElectricLit celebrated 'Women in Translation' Month with these novels and short stories:
For those of you who love books about falling in love, we present Goodreads members' most anticipated romance books of September:
Itโ€™s Friday! What are you planning on reading this weekend?
Afro-latinx children's books are still too rare. @CNN takes a look at four authors who are trying to change that:
In honor of the new and cultish adaptation of Liane Moriarty's 'Nine Perfect Strangers,' @TandCmag suggests some topical reads for the cult-obsessed among us:
Discover your fellow readers' highly anticipated YA books for September: the classic haunted house story gets a thorough remodeling, dangerous immortals, uncharted jungles, and deadly intrigue in 19th-century Venice:
What was the last book you stayed up too late reading?
From Groningen province in the Netherlands, take a look at today's #GoodreadsWithAView! ๐Ÿ“ธ : thecattyreader on Instagram ๐Ÿ“š : Selva AlmadFu
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