Goodreads is an excellent social and literary platform that allows readers to search for books they want to read next; to connect with friends and see what they are reading; to search for books by genre, title, author, ISBN#; and, to play literary trivia and quiz games! Fun! Check it out!
LibraryThing-- a virtual home for your books!
LibraryThing.com allows you to create digital lists and catalogs of the books you've read, plan to read, etc.! It is also an excellent social media and literary resource, where you can connect with others who enjoy reading what you do!
Type the name of one of your favorite authors, and see the intuitive Literature Map unfold!
You can see what else readers of an author, such as John Green, are reading.
The closer two writers are on the resulting Literature Map, the more likely someone will like both writers and their style of writing.
Teens’ Top Ten
Download YALSA’s Teen Book Finder App for Android and iOS!
The Teen Book Finder is a free app from YALSA (The Young Adult Library Services Association) to help teens, parents, educators, and anyone who loves YA literature access the past five years' of YALSA's awards and lists on their smartphone.
Teenreads.com is a site dedicated to teen bibliophiles! It provides teens with a forum to discover and share commentary about the books and authors they enjoy. Teenreads has exciting features such as author interviews, book giveaways, and contests! Check it out!
The Book Seer
What Should I Read Next?
Whichbook (Choose books based on your mood, the genre & more!)
Whichbook enables millions of combinations of search factors and then suggests books which most closely match one's needs.
Click on "W List" and "Guest List" to view a carousel of vivid book covers, or create your own list of recommendations!
This website also has an excellent index of authors. Click on a title, and you can gather more details and information, such as an excerpt, parallels to other books and the ability to search for similar books, and access to WorldCat (to check to see which public library near you has a an available copy you can borrow) and Amazon.com (in case you wish to purchase a copy.)