What are the best social networks about books?

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    Goodreads is a social networking website made for book reader fans and book recommendations. First launched in 2007 by Otis Chandler, CEO and Co-Founder, Goodreads is now one of the biggest reading-material sharing platforms in the industry.



    Amy Bishop
    Written on December 26, 2017
    "Good reads is the best solution because it is a social media network for people who read."
  2. 5



    Scribd, the reading subscription named "one of the best book apps on the market,". This application makes it easy for users to dive deep into any topic, stay in the know, explore something new, or escape into a good story.


    Web, Android, iOS

    Free- Varies by plan

    Karen Elliott
    Written on December 26, 2017
    "Users can access hundreds of thousands of titles, presentations, and essays. Better yet, Scribd lets you experience classic English literature, top-selling titles, and other Scribd users who are fond of books that can be read. "
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    Wattpad is a free-to-join worldwide community based on sharing stories, including free stories and books from senior writers. Browse all the genres and styles and discover what you have for contributing.

    Web, Android, iOS


    Keith Alexander
    Written on January 4, 2018
    "Wattpad is great for people looking for new and interesting content to read. There are many people to share things with and whom will share things with you. I now have the problem of having too much stuff to read, but I suppose that's a good problem to have."
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    LibraryThing is a social cataloging platform that connects more than 2 million readers. It allows you to browse collections, add books and other media files to your collection, like DVDs and CDs.


    Web, Android, iOS


    Elizabeth Roberts
    Written on December 30, 2017
    "My biggest complaint with this app is that it looks like it was designed in 2012, but it's updated fairly frequently so the software itself is fine. As for how it works, I think it's a super cool way to learn about new books and things your friends (or new friends!) are into."


Best What are the best social networks about books
1GoodreadsWebsites 6 Free
2ScribdApps 5 Free
3WattpadApps 3 Free
4LibraryThingApps 1 Free

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