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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Reader's Advisor Online Historical Fiction

Cindy Orr over at the Reader's Advisor Online Blog (which can always be found on my list of sites to checkout on the right hand side of this page) just posted this great list of historical fiction websites.

One of the problems with locating historical fiction titles for readers is that they are not always cataloged with the appropriate subject headings, as their nonfiction counterparts are. Librarians rely heavily on print and web resources to help find the right books for each historical fiction reader, and this post will go a long way toward helping many patrons. Thanks Cindy.

Keep an eye out for comments to this post for additional resources. And, in general, check out the RA Online blog regularly for RA news, lists, and links.

The RA Rundown, written and posted by Cindy each Monday, is an excellent RA news resource for librarians and readers.

2 comments:

Susan Higginbotham said...

Here's a bulletin board you might enjoy:

http://www.historicalfictiononline.com/forums/index.php

Becky said...

Thanks. I will add it to my classes resource list.