Hi, I’m Sheldon Nesdale and I love great authors.
For me, a great author is one that writes book after book after book of un-put-down-able stories.
When I find a book I like, that’s a good sign to me that I’ll like everything that the author has written in the past, and will write in the future. (That’s what I hope anyway).
Sometimes that author will be a one-hit wonder and I’ll get tired of their style and stop reading their books 🙁
But often, the very best authors have an addictive style and they keep churning out the hits one after another. Yay! 🙂
I find myself doing a Google search to find a list of all the books an author has written. Their Wikipedia page is usually the best source for that list.
But often, the first book of theirs I came across was in the middle of their bibliography somewhere so my first question is “what should I read next?”.
Do you find yourself thinking questions like these?
- “Should I jump right back to the very first book they wrote?”
- “Should I continue forward instead and come back to those older books later?”
- “Are there characters common between books or does each book standalone?”
- “Are there triology’s that I’d enjoy more than individual books, so I should start there?”
I had to figure out these questions myself, because I couldn’t find a website that tried to answer these questions.
The websites I could find were just lists of books in publishing order (very similar to list on Wikipedia), so they weren’t very helpful. There was no advice for newly-addicted readers like me.
So I created my own resource instead.
BestReadingOrder.com is where you can figure out the best reading order for the most popular authors on the planet.
I hope you find my site useful. Happy reading!
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