6 Goodreads Tips & Hidden Features
If you're a bookworm with an extensive TBR that you can't keep track of, or if you can't read a book without checking the reviews first — then I'm guessing you've already discovered the bookish wonders of Goodreads. The bookish social media site is the go-to place for book-lovers to mark the books they'd like to read, as well as to rate and review books they've finished — but it also does so much more than that. With these twelve Goodreads hacks, your reading experience might be about to change forever.
Goodreads and the Crushing Weight of Literary FOMO
Internet Entertainment. DIY Linux. Goodreads describes itself as the largest book social network for readers in the world. Let me show you around. I want to dig a little deeper, because in my next post I want to show you how to get information out of Goodreads for other purposes. Log in, and we can take a look around. Depending on your needs, and likely your personality type, you may or may not want to trawl through your bookshelves at home and add all the books you already have.
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How to Use Goodreads
Goodreads is a website where you can browse your favorite books, take quizzes and more! You may be interested in looking at the site. Here's how to use Goodreads. Goodreads is a social bookmarking tool for books, magazines, and other printed materials. Longtime Goodreads user Chris Batchelor says: "On Goodreads, you can find books to read, meet new people , track your progress on whatever you're reading, and read passages other people have shared. You can also connect your Kindle account to Goodreads, since they were recently bought by Amazon.
Why shell out when you can read hundreds of novels without paying a dime? If you're like me, books are a refuge. I love finding a good story and that stays with me long after I finish the last chapter. That's where free digital libraries come in. Thanks to the internet, the concept of a personal library is changing. It used to be that paper books lined endless shelves.