Column by Andrew Fowlow
The world’s largest community of book lovers is removing its automated Twitter functionality, leaving patrons of the site confused. Why is the social giant taking steps detrimental to indie authors?
Column by Annie Neugebauer
Whether you use Goodreads, a notebook, a holds system, or just stacks of books, here are some organization tips to cut the clutter and find those books you really want to get to soon.
Column by Max Booth III
We're spotlighting some of our favorite indie book reviewers.
Column by Gabino Iglesias January 2, 2018
A new year brings a new opportunity to take your reading to the next level. Here are some resolutions that could help you do just that.
Column by Steph Post April 18, 2017
A list of ways for readers to support their favorite authors without spending money on books.
Column by Christine J. Schmidt November 10, 2016
Add another level to your reading ritual by keeping a record of what you read.
Column by Peter Derk October 12, 2016
Can you trash a book? Smack Talk an author? These 10 amendments make up the book reviewer's Bill of Rights.
Column by Peter Derk August 18, 2016
Are you an amateur book reviewer? Are you making these mistakes? Because if you are, I really don't like you.
Column by Max Booth III January 19, 2016
A guide to living a healthier book-buying life.
News by Riki Cleveland December 2, 2015
'The Girl on the Train' and 'Go Set A Watchman' win big in the 2015 Goodreads Choice Awards.
Column by Peter Derk
If you're writing plot-heavy book reviews, you're blowing it. Find out how to do it right.
News by Peter Derk April 7, 2015
Salman Rushdie. Confused old man or book-world hero?
Column by Christopher Shultz December 4, 2014
Here are some of the best places to shop if you're looking for non-paper-based books at discounted prices.
News by Peter Derk October 21, 2014
Author Kathleen Hale pursued a person who gave her a 1-star review. Conclusion: everyone is horrible.
Column by Keith Rawson January 27, 2014
Do Amazon and Goodreads reviews suck or is Keith Rawson just an a$$hole? Or maybe a little of both?
News by Sean May
The popular book-based social network now counts over 100,000 verified authors within its ranks.
News by Nathan Scalia
Amazon's Goodreads recently passed the 25 million member mark.
News by Dean Fetzer
Khaled Hosseini, Margaret Atwood, J.R.R. Tolkien and Neil Gaiman among the winners announced yesterday of Goodreads’ annual awards — did your favorite win?
News by Dean Fetzer
It’s obviously that time of year again — time to go vote for your favorite books. And vote. And vote again.
News by Christopher Shultz October 29, 2013
In a move sure to excite and annoy, Amazon to offer free/cheap eBook downloads of physical book purchases, plus direct access to GoodReads on the new Paperwhites.
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News by Dean Fetzer September 25, 2013
In a controversial move, the social book networking site has started targeting reviews and ‘shelves’ which focus on an ‘author’s behavior’, rather than on their books.
Column by Daniel Hope July 22, 2013
You'd think Goodreads groups would be primarily focused on books, authors, and the craft of writing, but you'd be wrong. They touch on some of the strangest interests the Internet has to offer.
News by Dean Fetzer July 17, 2013
A lawsuit has been file against the book-lover’s social network after fans used a copyrighted image on one of the many groups on the site.
News by Dean Fetzer July 10, 2013
Goodreads prepared infographic showing the books readers most often stop reading and some of the reasons and statistics behind “the psychology of abandonment”.