Goodreads v. Bookbub by Sara Beth Williams

Anaiah Press

Goodreads v. Bookbub

If you are a reader and have been online long enough, you’ve probably heard of Goodreads. But have you heard of Bookbub? And what in the world are the differences between the two, and why are they important both for authors and readers?

Today I’m going to break down what each one is used for, and hopefully, if you save this page, you’ll be able to come back to it and refer to it if you have questions about Goodreads or BookBub.

Goodreads: Why it’s great for readers

Goodreads has been around a while. It is the place for readers who love to organize and discuss all things books. You can shelve books into customizable categories or ‘shelves’, and keep track of books you want to read, along with books you’ve read. You can sync it with your kindle app and then books that are finished will…

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Published by Sara Beth Williams

Contemporary Christian Romance author, wife, mother, believer in Christ, freelance publicist,

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