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New Feature – The Bookish Download: Book-Related Technology Reviews

With blog features, I tend to combine my favorite things. A Novel Accessory is about my obsession with Etsy and books. YA At All Costs is about book deals. Fangirl in the Know focuses on insider author and book publication info.

And, now The Bookish Download mixes books and technology!

New Feature – The Bookish Download: Book-Related Technology Reviews

I love checking out book apps, digital subscription services and other bookish technology. This feature will focus on reviewing technology relating to reading and books.

the bookish download feature book related technology review


Bookish Sites I’ve Already Reviewed

I’ve already talked about and reviewed a few bookish apps and services:

Bookish Sites To Review Next

I’ve got a few apps/services on the horizon to review. As with everything on the blog, I’d love your feedback!

Are there any bookish technologies you’d like me to add or bump up on the list?

  • Audible – I’ve never tried it…or listened to audio books!
  • Goodreads App – we’ve got words…
  • ReadingFly – An app with “handcrafted book guides”
  • Kindle Unlimited – Similar to Oyster and Scribd
  • Lendle – An site that helps you lend and borrow Kindle books
  • Your Next Read – Book recommendation site

Let me know what you think about this new feature!

About Lisa Parkin

I'm a hardcore lover of young adult fiction and have been reviewing books since 2011. Other interests include Downton Abbey, heat lightning storms, Harry Potter land and (begrudingly) one orange tabby.
  • andrea heltsley

    I happen to have been on audible for many years and love it. It’s even better now that you can sync your kindle book to it and alternate between reading and listening. It keeps track of your place in the book and is cheaper to purchase the audiobook if you already own the ebook. Audible is a must!!! Great post :)

  • http://rachaelc94.blogspot.com/ RachaelC94

    You should try libbib and see what you think. This is a cool feature idea.