Like Science, or Art, or Fiction? ‘Any New Books’ Will Email You When Books of Your Interests Release

1273665594_poll greenI’m a book lover. Period. I am always on the hunt for new books. I surf Amazon, a few local stores, my school library and find books that might interest me or put simply, increase my knowledge. Finding books that may interest me is not always an easy task. It can be boring, if not annoying at times. So if something makes this task easier for me, I’d totally use it.

If you’re a book lover and you use the internet, you’re going to love Any New Books

Any New Books is a web app or service or whatever you call it. It just makes your life easier. Here’s the gist. You go to Any New Books, enter your interests and email address and each week, you’ll get an email for each interest listing new book releases in that field. So if you like fiction, you’ll know each week what all new fiction books are in the market.

I like these kinds of websites the kind which decrease your effort in the truest sense. Any New Books not only brings notifications of new books to my inbox, but also makes it easier for me to buy them, using links to Amazon (UK and US stores, links to Kindle editions also included)

The website currently has 42 categories to choose from and you can choose as many or as few as you like. The list of books in each category is formulated manually, by humans. The selection process is not automated, because we believe a human editor is better able to pick books that will better appeal to a wide audience. says their about page.


The above is an example of an email that Any New Books will send you each week.

The service is currently free for everyone. Also the Amazon links in the emails are affiliate links, so it helps keep the service running if you make a purchase through those links, just so you know (not that it isn’t mentioned in the footer of each email).

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Keshav Khera

Keshav Khera is a young freelance writer from India. Alongside writing for the web, he also attends school and tries not to bunk classes. He keeps interest in music, table tennis, reading and of course, twitter (@keshav)