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One of the first things that crosses my mind after I finish reading a book (after the initial sadness that the book is over) is what I should read next. However, I’ve recently discovered a site that takes all the guesswork out of finding new books to read: Any New Books?, a free service that notifies you of new book releases that fit your interests.
To get started using this service, simply provide your e-mail address and select the categories that interest you from a list of 42 subjects (such as self-help, history, science fiction, and practically anything else you can imagine). That’s it! You’ll now receive a weekly e-mail of new book releases for each topic you select (so if you select five topics, you’ll get five separate e-mails). Each e-mail includes the publishing information for each book and a link to purchase the book online.
To make sure they’re only providing the best selections, Any New Books? uses a human editor to sort through the new releases instead of an automated program, which helps create a list that appeals to a wider audience and just adds an extra touch that you don’t get from a computer algorithm.
Using Any New Books? will keep you informed by updating you on all the new books being released and will help prevent you ever again having to ask the dreaded question, “what should I read next?”