Bookstoc is a social books cataloging application.
Bookstoc was site born with an intention to connect personal libraries or collection of books owned by individuals, so that books are active rather than gathering dust on shelf.
Bookstoc is an online books cataloging website created by a bibliophile for the students, readers community.
Bookstoc enables its users to catalog books, discover catalogs of their friends. Users can also track the books they share with their friends so they don't lose their books while sharing. It's an extremely useful application for people who love to read and share books.
Bookstoc will act as a live wire between the readers and their books. It's a site where you can make an entry when you share the book with your friend. You and your friend will receive emails periodically from Bookstoc notifying about the book you shared. The email contains the name of the book, date on which the book was shared, expected return date of the book along with the user full name and your friends name. Once your friend returns the book, the user have to delete the shared book entry. Bookstoc users can see the books they own, as if on a virtual bookshelf or catalog. The books are arranged based on the following categories
- Academic or professional books
- Hobby reads
- Just purchased/yet to complete reading
Along with that, the books can also be grouped based on the categories available on Bookstoc.
Bookstoc would help you catalog your books in one place, share the catalog link with friends so that you know about each other reads. If you share a book, Bookstoc would help you by reminding you about the book that was shared so that the book is returned back to you and not lost.
We are focusing our efforts to create a social library. Social library is one which combines the books owned by individuals and libraries. The Bookstoc ecosystem should enable you to share books with your friends, acquaintances without the fear of losing them.
Behind the word bookstoc
Bookstoc is a simplified word taken from the sentence "Stock of Books".