Who likes to read? I do! I do! Have you been to GoodReads? It's a website where you can keep track of what you've read, what you are currently reading and what you'd like to read. You can rate and review the books you've read, too. I especially love being able to keep track of what I'd like to read because there's no way I could remember all of those! I even added my own "shelf" of books my book club has read.

It's also a social networking site. You can have friends, view their "shelves" and receive updates on what they're reading or have read. There are tons of groups you can join (different genres, trivia, book clubs, etc.), too, so you can really hone in on your specific interests. GoodReads also gives you suggestions on what's popular and lots of lists to help you find something you might like.

If you're a reader, you have to check it out!

Check it out and let me know what you think. Let me know what you're reading right now! Friend me: I'm Judy N.

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Judy N.'s book recommendations, favorite quotes, book clubs, book trivia, book lists (read shelf)

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