At the core of this site is the collection of fiction reading lists, arranged by genre, location, series, and a smattering of other things. There is a section with reviews and one with forthcoming titles.
The official web site of the Romance Writers of America, a professional association of 8,400 published and aspiring writers. This site carries lots of Information including new releases, best-selling authors, award winning books, author resources.
"SF Site is composed of many pieces. Twice a month since July 1997, we have posted a mixture of book reviews, opinion pieces, author interviews, fiction excerpts, author and publisher reading lists and a variety of other features. At the same time, we've maintained a comprehensive list of links to author and fan tribute sites, SF conventions, SF TV and movies, magazines and e-zines, writer resources, publishers and small press sites and many other SF resources."
The Shelf List is SSPL's student-volunteer-driven book & graphic novel resource! Volunteers in grades 6-12 read amp; provide thoughtful reviews for some of the newest books in the Teen, Middle Grade, and Graphic Novels collections in the library. Time student reader/reviewers spend reading, writing, and editing count as community service hours. This is Saratoga Springs' resource for real, honest YA book reviews & readers' advisory assistance! Interested? Download the form.
Selected by a committee of the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). The list is divided into five sections: fiction, biography, nonfiction, drama, and poetry. "In selecting these works for the list, the committee used a variety of criteria: readability, cultural and ethnic diversity, balance of points of view, contemporary and classical works, different genres, and availability."
This Internet Public Library site contains over 4600 critical and biographical web sites about authors and their works that can be browsed by author, by title, or by nationality and literary period. Also includes links to other sources on the web.
A collection of online study guides on literature, as well as several other subjects. Study guides are written by self-proclaimed Harvard students and graduates who specialize in the subjects they cover.