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Category Archives: Fiction
GFU Libraries subscribe to Books In Print which is a bibliographic tool for finding information on books, audio books, or videos. FictionFinder is a part of this subscription and it provides access to over 2.8 million works of fiction found … Continue reading
Image by The Loopweaver via Flickr Find something fun to read this semester. Library Journal has released its picks for best fiction genre books of 2009. This includes Mystery, SF & Fantasy, Romance, Christian Fiction, Thrillers, and Street Lit.
A list of the 10 longest English language novels.
Available as a complimentary resource to the library’s subscription to Books In Print, the Fiction Connection is a discovery tool for readers to help you find books of interest in fiction. Enter terms that are of interest to you in … Continue reading
Using Google Maps, The Atlas of Fiction will show you the connection between real places and great works of fiction.
The Reference and User Services Association has named its best genre fiction titles for 2009.
A report from Manchester University and the London School of Economics claims that fictional stories can provide as much or more educational value as factual academic information. Fictional works like novels and poems that have real world issues, events, or information woven … Continue reading