It is good Netiquette to recommend books. Do give friends advice on what to read.
A recommendation is different than a review. It is a direct message to contacts encouraging them to read a book. In depth recommendations encourage people to read a work more than short messages.
Reading Networks encourage all users to recommend books that they have read. The more specific and longer that a recommendation is the better. Tell connections exactly why a book is good to give them a reason to read it. Connections become stronger when the same material is consumed. It puts you on the same page literally and figuritively.
Share recommendations because it creates an opportunity to connect.
Published on May 16, 2015 | 0:29 Seconds | Science and Technology
An introduction to Book Social Network Netiquette. Keywords, graphics, and symbols
Published on April 13, 2013 | 1:22 Minutes | Science and Technology
A book network is a social media website, social network, about books. They have new book reviews, ebooks, and connect readers with authors. Book reviews about novels and free books are common. There are rules of netiquette for using the networks. This video is about proper netiquette for book networks.