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Goodreads is one of my personal favorite sites for organizing my reading lists, rating my favorite books, and comparing book recs with my friends and family. But another great feature on the site are the recommendations based on what books you have read or are planning to read.

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Our Book Club Picks

Another way to find your next book is on POPSUGAR! Every month, we share the most enticing new releases in our book club roundup, which are also included in our books board on Pinterest.

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The Rory Gilmore Reading Challenge

Anyone who watched Gilmore Girls knows that Rory Gilmore was the ultimate bookworm. So a fun way to expand your to-read list would be to take the Rory Gilmore reading challenge, featuring all the books mentioned on the show!

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The book-based social network Bookish also has an easy-to-use method for recommending books. You can choose up to four books that you've recently read (or just longtime favorites), and the site will give you editor-approved books based on those picks.

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What Should I Read Next?

The aptly named What Should I Read Next? site is pretty self-explanatory. Just type in the name of the last book you read, and it will give you a list of book ideas based on that selection.

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Based on Your Harry Potter House

Fans of Harry Potter will eat up these smart reading lists based on Hogwarts houses. Check out what a Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Slytherin, and Hufflepuff would read!

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The Book Seer

Type the title and author of the last book you read into The Book Seer, and it spits out the books that Amazon recommends.

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Quora is another great resource for getting community opinions on your next read. For example, typing in "What should I read next?" will give you these results. Or get specific by naming some of your favorite books to see what people recommend.

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Amazon's Shelfari site gives you the most popular books of the day and the highest-rated books of the day. If you enter in a specific book, it also gives you similar reading recs and books other customers bought.

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TasteKid gives you reading recommendations based on a specific book, but it's also good for games, music, movies, TV shows, and authors.

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