I just have to share the database I discovered this week. If you like to keep track of the series you read, whether they're mysteries, science fiction, fantasy, romance, or children's books, you'll want to check out FictFact, at http://www.fictfact.com/. Here's the summary from the "About Us" page.
You read books in series.
You want to keep track of what to read next.
You want recommendations on what to read next.
You want to know when new books are coming out.
That's why you need FictFact!
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."
So far, I've been very pleased with this site. I could find the forthcoming books in series I read. The calendar is a terrific part of this project, showing what books will be published each date. And, I like the profile page, where I can see what books I have coming up in the series I read, by date to be published, and in the books already published that I haven't had a chance to read yet.
And, I think you'll be impressed with the site if you want to buy a book. It doesn't link only to Amazon or Barnes & Noble. It links to all of these sites -
Barnes & Noble
Better World Books
Book Depository UK
I'm impressed with the options you have, from buying a book or an e-book, borrowing it from a library, swapping for it, or listening to it. I do think there's a problem with the section to check by your zip code, but I may be wrong.
I know a number of you must like series. Check it out, and, if you want to see what a profile looks like, feel free to check mine on the site, at http://www.fictfact.com/user/LesaHolstine.