Check out these sites to help you pick your next book!
Check out the various pseudonyms for just about any author.
A great site that has access to newsletters and a searchable database of books.
Random House has created this site to track what great books are coming out soon from all publishers.
Did you hear about a great book on one of your favorite shows? This site lists them all here!
With bibliographies for about 30,000 authors and information about over 350,000, users can search by award, country, series name, years of publication, and format.
The Morton Grove Public Library has used this discussion list to create booklists that can be used for Reader's Advisory or book displays.
his site allows you to create literature maps to find out which authors are like your favorite writers.
Search for fiction and non-fiction books with similar styles, plots, etc.
A great blog that also collects many, many subject-themed booklists for those looking for readalikes
The Kanses Public LIbary has created this user-generated site that suggests readalikes to any title you enter.
The Kent District Library has built this database so you can track the books in your favorite series and their order.
Use a set of sliders relating to plot, setting, and writing style categories to get suggestions of titles in which you might be interested.