Posts Tagged ‘read-alikes’

If you like Oliver Sacks… – nonfiction picks for 01/22/11

Oliver Sacks is one of our most popular nonfiction authors. (Here’s a link to his books in our catalog.) Lists of read-alikes are really popular and quite well-developed for fiction, but nonfiction is more of a challenge. After writing my last post about various online sites to help you find new books to read, I [...]

More books around the bend

A few years ago (can’t believe I’m saying that!) I wrote a post about some quirky little sites to help you find other books to read. Today I’m writing about some sites that help you keep track of your reading and might help you find some new books along the way too. It’s always nice [...]

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Nonfiction picks – “Eat, Pray, Love” read-alike edition

There are lovers and there are haters of Elizabeth Gilbert’s smash hit memoir Eat, Pray, Love out there. A book this popular generally generates strong feelings one way or another. The hold list for the book has been growing steadily, ever since the movie version starring Julia Roberts has been announced. All of you Eat [...]