So, you just finished an amazing book and you don’t know what to read next. You need to find your next fix. You need to hit that sweet spot.
Well, you’ve come to the right place. Get Lit(erary) will always have your back with a list of the latest and greatest titles, the dish on our next fav book adaptation, the hottest bookstagrams, and more! But there are other amazing bookish sites out there in addition to Get Lit(erary): these five sites should be saved in your bookmarks bar!
BuzzFeed Books: The Books section of BuzzFeed is SO special, it gets its own social media—check out their Facebook and Twitter accounts! BuzzFeed Books is on point with their breaking book news, but my favorite reasons to visit are the random—but wonderful—quizzes and to get my regular fix of Harry Potter. Oh, and bookish memes. Very important.
Literary Hub: Lit Hub is a little more *highbrow* but in the best way. You’ll find some top-notch literary recommendations here, as well as in-depth pieces on the art of writing, cultural essays and critiques, and miscellaneous bookish goodness, which your soul needs.
A reading list for combatting fear and self-doubt, from a woman who has climbed (and kayaked, and raced down) “lots of scary shit.” https://t.co/MJm2VOOUt1
— Literary Hub (@lithub) August 9, 2018
Electric Literature: SO MANY REASONS to visit Electric Lit. Reason #1 might be because they have a whole section on their site called “Read More Women.” Or the #1 reason might be because they made this handy, dandy chart. (Are you seeing a trend here?) There’s just a lot of weird, acerbic honesty about books, the literary community, and the whole world here—and it’s refreshing.
Libraries = a haven for every kingdom, phylum, and class. https://t.co/p1gEBhEyVb
— Electric Literature (@ElectricLit) August 14, 2018
Are you rereading #ToAllTheBoysIveLovedBefore to prepare for the movie? ? Click the link in our bio to watch the trailer! @ToAllTheBoysNetflix ? The movie tie-in edition goes on sale July 10th! ? #ToAllTheBoysIveLovedBefore #bookstomovies #romcom #romanticcomedies #bookstagram #bookish #books #amreading #currentlyreading @JennyHan
McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: Not to be confused with the McSweeney’s publishing arm or quarterly journal. McSweeney’s Internet Tendency is the pick-me-up you need right now. Humor, sarcasm, and witticisms for days, y’all. This is one of the classic McSweeney’s pieces—read it now. Fun fact: McSweeney’s was founded by Dave Eggers!
This post was originally published on GetLiterary.com.