Book Lists

I have perused all the social book sites.  None of them have turned me on.  I have taken time out to put my lists in but when I return to try and find other books to read I always come away with nothing.  Still looking for the perfect book site and I believe it ended up on my email box.

Peter, who reads my blog, sent me his book site called Flashlight Worthy.  First off, I love the name.  Second of all, I got it immediately.  The lists are pretty basic.  The site is eye popping and easy to navigate.  I found a bunch of books that I might read in less than a minute.  So, I have posted my list to the site under Gotham Gal.

You could probably find these type of lists on Amazon which all the books link to but it isn't the same because on Amazon the lists either pop up based on the page you are on or you have to find them.  I also like that the site is new and the possibilities are endless. 

I'd like to see that if I post a "best Cookbooks" list.  Flashlight Worthy figures out that out of all their cookbook lists that one book is constant on every list.  Then a list is created under the cooking area that would say "most recommended among our users cookbooks".  I am always looking for the awards lists of each year, Booker, Pulitzer, Edward, etc.  It is easy for Flashlight Worthy to post that list and easy to find it on the site.  There is one book group that already posted their list.  If you are in a book group and you like it, you could use the list. 

Post your lists, check it out.  No heavy duty social networking just good lists.  After all, I am a girl who is all about the list. 

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