What to Read

Want to find a good book that is like a book or author that you have already enjoyed? click on any of the links below to get started!
Search For a Book
Are you looking for a story about a filmmaker in Florida?  Or maybe you want to find another book about rabbits and robots. Check out the easy to use Who What Where When feature on the Books and Authors database to find ideas of what to read that will suit your fancy.

Or, use one of the websites below to find your next book…

Goodreads
A website for readers to connect with other readers, authors and publishers.  Find a network of people you share interests with, and you’ll have virtual friends for recommendations.  Share your own reviews on this site that has more than 5,400,000 members, talking about over 170,000,000 books.  This is a handy place to keep track of the books you’ve read, are reading, and would like to read.  Be sure to join the Whitman Public Library group when you sign-up!
Goodreads Website

The Mystery Reader
Up-to-date news and reviews of mystery novels.  Mystery Reader Website

Stop You’re Killing Me
“A website to die for if you love mysteries,” readers can search by character name, story location, historical setting, and more. Stop You're Killing Me Website

SFFWorld.com
One of the largest Sci-Fi and fantasy resources on the Internet.  Contains reviews, interviews, news, and more! Information on graphic novels available here, too. SFFWorld Website

The Romance Reader
The latest news and reviews in the world of romance writing. Romance Reader Website

The Historical Novel Society
Reviews and news about historical novels.  Historical Novel Society Website

AudioFile
A good resource to find some free information, reviews and news about audiobooks. AudioFile Website

The Audie Award
Winners in various categories for audiobooks, dating back to 1996. Audie Award Website

nprBooks.com
This site has an interesting array of highlights–great for fans of non-fiction. nprBooks Website