There’s a new website called Shepherd you might enjoy.
(It’s free and you don’t need an account.)
It connects books to each other in a new way, so you know more about what a book is like.
That’s how Facebook knows so much about us, right? By seeing what we like. I like funny, warm books about kids and families that take on challenges to make their world a better place.
Here’s how it works:
2. Book browsers check out the lists by topic or by their favorite author(s).
The Shepherd booklists introduce each author, then the author’s book and five other intriguing books that “match” in some way.
My list shows books that feel like my book–Trouble With Parsnips–the first book in the Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale series.
To see the whole list, click on the screenshot or the button.
But you’ll have to read the list to find out what other books I matched with Trouble With Parsnips.
What do you think? Did I choose well?
Have you read books by other authors that remind you of the Seven Kingdoms? I’d love to hear your book recommendations! Drop me a message with a title or two.