Blogs and Online Magazines Just for Readers
So many blogs! Check out some of these personal web pages curated by ravenous readers.
Free E-Books and Other E-Content
Who doesn't love free?
"I Know the Cover Was Blue!"
When you can't remember the author or the title, but you really want to find the book!
Organize Your Reading Lists
If you have trouble keeping track of all the books in your To Be Read pile, these sites will help you keep your reading lists organized.
Reviews, Recommendations, Plot Summaries, and More
See what review sources are saying about books.
Series and Sequels
Read books in the right order!
That Personal Touch
Concierge services for readers - get personalized recommendations just for you.
When You've Got to Own the Book
When you just have to own the book, these sites will help you find the best price.
Always Drink Upstream From the Herd
"The Real West" - cowboy fiction bringing history to life
Bad Girls & Nasty Women
Fiction featuring ladies we love to loathe.
Cooking Up a Mystery
Danger! Plot Twists Ahead!
Fiction with unexpected twists and turns, propulsive plots, and some surprise endings.
Fiction in the form of diary entries, journals,
screenplays, marginalia, and more.
Don't Squat With Your Spurs On
genre mash-up: westerns plus: horror, fantasy, science fiction, and more!
Fiction in the form of letters, notes, and other correspondence.
fiction good enough to eat!
Funny How It All Began
Titles that are all first in a series, but various fiction genres: mysteries, romance, science fiction, and more. All of them are also very, very funny.
Go Where There is no Path and Leave a Trail
Fiction with classic "Old West" themes
He's a Cowboy, Ain't He?
Western romance: historical, contemporary, and more
An Illusion of Magicians
Fiction featuring magic and magicians.
Mostly Southern, a little bit redneck gothic,
kinda gritty, somewhat bleak; but all good.
"Most Ardently" - Jane Austen Re-mixed
Prequels, sequels, re-imaginings, modern day re-tellings, and other homages to Jane Austen classics.
Never The Same River Twice
Fiction titles that are perfect to read right here in "River City".
Decidedly irreverent fiction featuring angels, demons, assorted lesser gods and deities, and even the Big Guy upstairs.
Popcorn, Peanuts, Cotton Caaaaandy!!
Fiction with circus themes or settings.
fiction set in restaurants, bakeries, and cooking schools
A Taste of Love
delicious love stories
Too Much Tumbleweed in Their Blood to Settle Down
Contemporary fiction with classic western themes, settings, or characters
The Truth Is Slippery
Unreliable narrators in fiction. Can you ... trust them? Believe anything they say?
What happens when you catch them in a lie?
"Who you gonna believe? Me or your lying eyes?"
When the Secret Ingredient is ... Magic
fiction with food, and a little bit of magic
Will of Avon; or, The Bard, Re-mixed
Prequels, sequels, re-imaginings, modern day re-tellings, and other homages to the Bard of Avon, William Shakespeare.
Adult Children, Aging Parents
Swapping roles with dignity, humor, and respect.
The African-American Experience in Richmond
Costing the Earth
How to live greener and more cheaply
Families Sure are Funny
Memoirs of unconventional upbringings
Memoirs about things we don't talk about.
First, Do No Harm
True tales of medical mysteries and histories.
Gap Year for Grown-Ups
Very few of us have the time (or privilege) to take a year off from work or family obligations. But we can read some true accounts of people who did.
Get it Together
Organizational tips for the wildly successful procrastinator.
Getting Above Your Raising
Memoirs of overcoming toxic childhoods
The Ignominy of Abundance, the Plight of Plentitude; or, First World Problems
A problem at odds with most of the world -- that of having too many things, too many choices -- an abundance of stuff.
It's Simple, Really
Our lives are frittered away by detail ... simplify, simplify. - Thoreau
Lost Time is Gone Forever
It's your only time, spend it wisely.
Passport Not Necessary
Humorous travel memoirs. Stay home with your feet up while you explore the world.
RPL - Moments in History
Bestsellers and more from important years in RPL history
What a Disaster:
True tales of the fury and splendor of Mother Nature, man made disasters, and their survivors and victims.
What Doesn't Kill You
Stress can find you at home, at work, at play.
Contemporary romance fiction by and about Asians and Asian-Americans.
From 20-somethings just starting on careers (and romance!) to finding love at any age, the Brits know how to do contemporary fiction.
Contemporary Latina fiction with romance, humor, sadness, and hope.
Contemporary romance featuring Indian and Indian-Americans.
Contemporary fiction, mostly romantic, humorous, and featuring "ladies of a certain age".
Contemporary fiction featuring players, geeks, nerd boys, hipsters, dude bros, and just regular guys.
What happens after "Happily Ever After"?
Contemporary fiction with LGBTQ+ characters.
Contemporary romance fiction by and about women of color.
Fiction from the "cradle of humankind", also called "the Mother continent."
Fiction from the most inhospitable place on Earth, which has no permanent human residents.
Fiction from the continent with all the superlatives: the oldest civilizations, biggest land mass, most people, most languages, highest mountains, tallest buildings.
Fiction from the continent with less than 10% of the world's population - but they consume 50% of the world's chocolate!
Fiction from the only continent that includes all of the major "biomes" (types of "climate").
Oceania and Australia (Australasia)
Fiction from the continent with two (or maybe three) names.
Fiction from the home of the Amazon rainforest, the world's most biodiverse place, containing 40% of the world's plant and animal species.