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Librarything.com


I wondered if the people in this group are aware of a website called Librarything.com.  It's a rather unattractive name, but it's a great way to keep track of the books you read.  It allows you to keep a list, rate the book, write a review/description so you can remember what it was all about and why you liked it (or didn't),  You can also see reviews that other folks have written.  It's fun to see all the books you've read over the years.

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I agree, LibraryThing really is for the organized reader. If I could get my friend's mother online, she'd love it (you know who, Kim). I'm afraid I'm much too lazy and haphazard about what I read. I can't even be bothered with GoodReads, cuz it's all too organized.

 
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Great For Organized Readers

The person I know who turned me on to LibraryThing is herself a librarian. It's all about cataloging! But I do like the site and the ability to browse other people's collections. It's sort of a community of very organized readers. There's even a widget so you can display what you've been reading on your blog.

 

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