There are some book social networks where you may joined one of them already. It’s also called social cataloging applications.

  • aNobii is an online reading community built by readers for readers allowing you to shelve, find and share books.
  • BookCrossing is a book-based social network where members release books back into the public by leaving them on park benches, at the gym or at school.
  • BookRabbit is an online book community that dynamically connects readers, authors and publishers through the books they own.
  • Good books My library is a place for people to manage and share their books. It aims to make more of the world’s books discoverable online through Google Books and Google eBooks.  
  • Goodreads is the largest social network for readers in the world. It has more than 5,000,000 members who have added more than 150,000,000 books to their shelves.
  • FiledBy, Inc. is a digital marketing company providing listings, websites, online tools, marketing services and community building solutions for authors, writers and other content Creators to connect directly with readers and fans.
  • Issuu is the leading digital publishing platform delivering exceptional reading experiences of magazines, catalogs, and newspapers
  • LibraryThing provides a great way to organise your reading list.
  • Revish is a place where people share their reading experiences.
  • Scribd (pronounced “skribbed”) is the largest book club on the planet. Anyone can instantly upload and transform any file — including PDF, Word and PowerPoint — into a web document that’s discoverable through search engines, shared on social networks and read on billions of mobile devices.
  • Shelfari is a social network devoted to create a global community of booklovers by encouraging users to discuss and share their favorite books with friends and strangers.
  • weRead is an online reading community where people can share and discuss.
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