Partnership between Las Comadres and the Association of American Publishers (AAP) to promote reading of Latino authors. Membership is open to everyone. Most books are also available in Spanish.
National public library staff picks list of the monthly ten most recommended titles. The focus is on adult publications, and the previous months are archived on the site.
The most recent week of book reviews in the Times. There is also access to the on-line book reviews, and a handy calendar of local literary events.
The most recent week of the world's most popular book review, archived back to 1996.
Writing handouts that cover a wide range of topics from the introduction, argument, summary, citations, punctuation, reviews, speeches, and more are available to non-students for non-commercial use.
Several annual prizes for excellence in journalism, literature, drama, and music.
A distributor and book dealer, similar to Amazon. Many books have links to outside reviews and author interviews.
Chegg.com offers options to rent textbooks, buy textbooks (new & used), or sell back used textbooks.
A one-stop resources for buying, selling and renting textbooks, study guides and practice tests.
Provides Open-Access scholarly publishing services to the University of California and delivers a research platform to scholars worldwide in print, eBooks, journals, working papers, previously published papers and conferences. Powered by the California Digital Library.
Access to over 15,000 free self-published downloadable eBooks by Indie authors. Click on "Free" at the top of the page to list only free titles.
Search multiple sites to verify and locate old, rare, and out-of-print books.
A review and calendar of poetry events for California.