Here we can post links related to Reader's Advisory.

In edit mode, the second section in the second row of the buttons just above this window has a 'link wizard' button. It's the one with the torpedo exploding off the side of a figure-eight. Note: anchor text means the text that will appear on the page instead of a URL. If you leave that space blank, then the URL will appear. I suggest always clicking the open in new window box.


Hi everyone. Just came across this website that may be a useful resource for historical fiction. Easy to search, and nice that the entries are selected rather than fully comprehensive. Check it out. Historical Novels by Time and Place Cheers, Sarah Clark

Sarah: Thanks for this! Looks like an interesting site. cm

This is a great resource for non-fiction romance subjects: Famous Love Stories, and The Romantic Couples Who Lived Them :-) - Danica

Did you know that California residents can get a Palos Verdes Library card online? Did you know that this allows access to their full text databases? Did you know that at LAPL some of these databases are only available within a branch? Sounds interesting. I just ordered my card today. May turn out to be a pretty cool resource… :-) - Danica

Thompson-Nicola Regional District Library System (Canada) - lists fiction by appeals. Suggested by Kim Tocco

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