- Amazon Books - Premier bookstore on the Internet, includes books, music, videos, electronics and e-auctions.
- Barnes and Noble - Another great Internet bookstore.
- Michigan Center for the Book - The Center draws from the Library of Michigan and its affiliate institutions to encourage and produce local and statewide programs and resources that promote books, reading, authors and libraries.
- Project Gutenberg - Classic texts online - Most comprehensive site on the web; can search by title or author of many classic books or works.
Blogs & Sites
- Science Fiction/Fantasy Blogs & Sites
- fantasybookcritc.blogspot.com - Speculative fiction blog.
- io9.com - Pop culture blogsite with sf, fantasy and horror book reviews, movie reviews and more.
- locusmag.com - Highly regarded science fiction, fantasy and horror review site.
- sfsignal.com - Comprehensive sf/fantasty blogsite with multiple reviewers, news, interviews and more.
- sfsite.com - Online site reviews books & videos, with topical and author lists.
- sffworld.com - News, reviews, fan forums, interviews and a plan for fan writers to post their own works.
- tor.com - Bloggers review Tor titles and works from other publishers; "Rereads" section provides deep analysis of speculative fiction.
- www.gutenberg.org - The Grandaddy of Them All - offers over 33,000 free e-books to be read on many devices
- www.epubbooks.com - Over 500 public domain titles, search by author, title or genre
- www.feedbooks.com - Thousands of public domain books and original books from new authors that you can read on any mobile device
- http://manybooks.net - Over 25,000 free e-books; allows browsing through popular titles, recommendations, or recent reviews
- www.openculture.com - Free e-books, mostly classics, that you can read on your computer, smart phone or Kindle
- www.planetebook.com - Offers about 100 classic novels you can download
- www.metmuseum.org - Selection of free e-books offererd by The Metropolitan Museum of Art.