There are many wonderful internet sites of particular interest to readers. Those listed below offer some good points to jump off on your own quest.
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Note: Although we have tried to provide sites that are current, the Internet is a constantly evolving resource. Therefore, there are no guarantees for the types of materials accessible via these sites.
Chicklit Club - a website devoted to new releases, reviews and author interviews.
Downtown Press - A division of Simon & Schuster , this page lists their current releases and provides a bulletin board to discuss your favorite chick lit authors.
The Cozy Library - learn about cozy books you haven’t read or to get to know your favorite cozy authors.
Horror - horror fans can link to the Horror
Writers of America and Dark Links to find lists
of horror authors, interviews, and book reviews.
Historical Novel Society - British site that
publishes Historical Novels Review and contains
newsletters, author interviews and forthcoming titles.
- the LINK to everything a mystery reader could
hope for including discussion groups, authors, conferences,
fan clubs, new titles and awards.
Mystery Reader - covers authors, small press publishers,
and reviews of forthcoming books.
Mystery Reader Magazine -
online magazine dedicated to mystery book
lovers. It includes
short stories, recommendations, and author profiles.
/Alternate History - for lovers of "what
ifs," this site offers annotated lists of novel
and short stories that can be searched by author,
series, country and anthologies. Contains new lists
of the genre as well as older ones dating back to
International Thriller Writers, Inc.
Created by thriller authors, this website includes reviews, news and awards as well as a "must-read thriller" list. Visitors can also sign up for the monthly "Thriller Readers Newsletter."
Writers of America - resource for lovers of
the American West with links to authors of historical
fiction and their works, local area histories and
the winners of the Spur Awards.