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I don't know that I've gotten a recommendation from an unexpected source, but I have been amazed at how wonderful Twitter is for readers, writers, and publishers. I haven't actually discovered many "new to me" books recently, I am currently trying to catch up on all of my series books and working through my Shelfari wish list.
I put off signing up for ages, and in the four months I've been tweeting I continue to marvel at what a fantastic networking tool it is. I also regularly check my favourite author websites - particularly those that write stand alone novels such as Jennifer Echols - to see what they are currently doing.
Bloggers typically get me really excited for a title--especially if a lot of people are raving about it.
I also get recommendations from friends, and will read a book they suggest if they loved it themselves or think it is something I would enjoy.
I have a few close friends who love to read, and whenever we find a book that is to-die-for, we share it with each other. I find most of them on blogs and on Goodreads, but I also find them at the library and *gasp! I follow many bloggers who have the same tastes in reading as myself.
I find new books from other online sources, too, like Net Galley, Shelf Awareness, Amazon Vine, and publisher newsletters.
My library sends out an email every week with all of the new titles they've acquired, and mostly I find books I already wanted to read and add them to my check-out list, but occasionally I find a new one to add to the list. Whether I just happen to be checking out what they're doing and see a cover I like or if it's a reviewer I regularly read giving a rave review on a certain book.
There are many other safety precautions to think about when you're making your profile as well, such as hiding your address, your last login location, and making sure that you meet the people that you're talking to in a public place.