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How to Keep Track of Book Series

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The website FictFact has created an enormous database of serial fiction, keeping track of the order and release dates of your favorite series so you don’t have to.

Readers often complain that the proper reading order is never marked on their favorite fantasy, detective, or romance series. Now FictFact will do all the work. For instance, if you wanted (like this GalleyCat editor in 8th grade) to read the entire 40-book Spenser private detective series by the late, great Robert B. Parker, you could follow this link to see the entire series laid out in order.

Here’s more about the site: “FictFact is a tracking site focused on book series. Let us know what books/series you’ve read and we’ll let you know what you need to read next and what’s coming out soon. Registration is free, so let us know how you like it, and what series, books & authors we might be missing. FictFact is a Brain Scan Studios project.” (Via Lifehacker)

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