Are you bored with the same authors, looking for something different, or just wondering what do I read next?
Why not explore the possibilities with these free services and websites.
Beginning each Monday, subscribers to this free service will receive a small portion of a book over the week to help them decide if they’d like to check it out from the Library. Subscribers can select which genres they are interested in.
Goodreads is the largest social network for readers in the world. They have over 2,100,000 members who have added over 48,000,000 books to their shelves.
Use this free website to keep track of books you have read or would like to read, rate/review them and look for book recommendations from others. You can join online book clubs and follow favorite authors.
Shelfari is a gathering place for authors, aspiring authors, publishers, and readers, and has many tools and features to help these groups connect with each other in a fun and engaging way.
Shelfari’s members build virtual bookshelves to express themselves to their friends and to the world, discover books that are popular in their trusted circles of friends, influence peers by rating and discussing books online, discover and learn from people with similar reading tastes, participate in online book groups to further explore literature and share ideas, and interact with and learn from authors.
CTLS Large Type Collection
The Library receives new Large Type materials from the Central Texas Library System on a rotating basis, so there are always new titles to check out! Look for these materials in the Large Print section at the Library or by searching the Library Online Catalog.