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General | Historical Fiction | Horror | Mystery | Romance | Sci-Fi/Fantasy

General

Overbooked: a resource for readers
http://www.overbooked.com/
Overbooked is a website for ravenous and omnivorous readers providing timely information about fiction (all genres) and readable nonfiction. It also includes starred reviews, themed booklists, featured title lists of US fiction releases and notable books.

African American Literature
http://aalbc.com/
AALBC.com (African American Literature Book Club) is a widely recognized source of author profiles, book recommendations, active discussion boards, writer resources, informative articles, videos, and book reviews.

Historical Fiction

Soon’s Historical Fiction
http://www.histfiction.net/
A wealth of information about authors, reading lists, essays, online bibliographies and more.

Uchronia: The Alternate History List
http://www.uchronia.net/
Did you ever wonder what the world would be like if history had taken a different turn? Uchronia offers an annotated bibliography of books, stories and essays of alternate history.

Horror

The Monster Librarian
http://monsterlibrarian.com/
The Monster Librarian is a source for creepy, scary, horror fiction.

Dark Echo Horror
http://www.darkecho.com/darkecho/index.html
Shine a light into the “Dark” genre with extensive horror reviews, a comprehensive list of horror links on the web and feature articles on horror literature. You can also sign up for the Dark Echo newsletter, delivered free by e-mail.

Horror Writer’s Association
http://www.horror.org/
A worldwide organization of writers and publishing professionals dedicated to promoting dark literature and the interests of those who write it

Mystery

Stop, You’re Killing Me!
http://www.stopyourekillingme.com/
Stop, You’re Killing Me! is a resource for lovers of mystery, crime, thriller, spy, and suspense books. Search for new books, book award winners, book reviews, read-alikes. Readers can also search by author or character.

The Mystery Reader
http://www.themysteryreader.com/
This companion site to the Romance Reader will keep you in suspense as you eagerly await new titles, read through their mysterious booklists, and rifle through their reviews of the latest releases.

Romance

All About Romance
http://www.likesbooks.com/
The romance fan will fall in love with one of the most comprehensive romance sites around. Check out book lists and reviews, read “romantic” features or just “Talk Amongst Yourselves” in one of their reading groups or discussion lists.

The Romance Reader
http://www.theromancereader.com/
Romance readers will love this sumptuous array of book reviews, features, author interviews and romance news. Do you have a question about a romance but can’t remember the title? Try the “Readers Helping Readers” feature-maybe another romance fan can help!

Science Fiction & Fantasy

Locus Online
http://www.locusmag.com/
The definitive science fiction magazine is now online. Get “news, reviews, resources, and perspectives of the science fiction field”.

The Recommended Fantasy Author List http://www.sff.net/people/Amy.Sheldon/listcont.htm
A fantasy newsgroup grew into what is now a web site devoted to the best fantasy works as voted on by fans of the genre. Find bibliographies of your favorite authors or follow the crowd and read the authors with the most fan votes!

SF Site
http://www.sfsite.com/
Travel to the science fiction Mecca for fans of this genre. This is the place to go for author interviews, convention coverage, special features and reviews of books, television and anything else sci-fi related. It is also host to 17 other science fiction and fantasy web sites and e-zines, including the Internet Speculative Fiction database.

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