We came across this interesting post earlier this week – it’s a look at the various bookish social-networking sites that are out there, along with recommendations of the best.

We like the look of Shelfari and LibraryThing (which is apparently the most established of the lot, and has a handy online tour for those of you not sure how an online book network works…)

UPDATE – Check the comment below before signing up to Shelfari – thanks for the tip off Genevieve!

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One Response to “MySpace for Readers”

  1. genevieve,

    Librarian K.G. Schneider has a preference for LibraryThing over Shelfari – she discusses it here,
    http://freerangelibrarian.com/2007/11/17/shelfari-tool-of-satan/. Rather trenchantly, if the truth be told.
    That’s a great list from Deeplinking, though.

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