BookShout: Buy Books, Share Books & Create Reading Groups

People who enjoy reading books not only relish reading them, but also enjoy discussing the books they have read with others. The sharing of interpretations of plots and ideas in a book is thoroughly fun and stimulating for book lovers. Thanks to the Internet, you don’t need to meet up with people in your reading club to have such book discussions. There are various websites that let you create reading clubs or join them to share thoughts about books you have read.

But if you are looking for a website that provides you with books as well as giving you access to reading clubs, then you must look for something unique. A website that offers this along with smartphone application for the modern book reader is BookShout.

Book   BookShout: Buy Books, Share Books & Create Reading Groups

BookShout is a web service that helps book lovers in various ways. First of all, the app helps you read books. You start by creating an account on the website or logging in with your Facebook account. Next, you browse the available books and download them. Downloading books means that you add them to your dashboard and read them in the online interface of BookShout. Apart from reading books, you can follow other book readers and stay up to date with their reading activities.

As far as reading groups are concerned, you can join existing ones or create new ones for others to join. All activity of your groups and the people you follow can be seen in a feed that is present on your dashboard. For iOS and Android smartphone owners, the site offers phone applications for reading on the go as well as staying in touch with their groups’ happenings.

actibity   BookShout: Buy Books, Share Books & Create Reading Groups

Features:

  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Lets you read books.
  • Lets you join and create reading groups.
  • Offers iOS and Android smartphone applications.

Check out BookShout @ http://www.bookshout.com

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