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This blogger provides book reviews with sprinklings of culinary humor. Also included are musings about life and the overall craft of writing.
Laura is an addict. She reads 5-8 books a week. In addition to writing her own book reviews, she frequents other book review and blogger sites for just that little bit more.
This blogger reviews books in all genres and loves to share good books with others. She is a netgalley top reviewer with a top reviewer badge, several auto approvals, and over 250 reviews on her site alone.
Sylvan Threadgill, a night soiler cleaning out the privies behind the tenement houses, finds an abandoned newborn baby in the muck. An orphan himself, Sylvan rescues the child, determined to find where she belongs.
Leonard Tillerman is an educator and writer who enjoys assisting authors with discoverability by reviewing their books.
A British transplant in Australia, this book review blogger hosts a website that is ever evolving and consistently book related.
Andrea’s blog focuses on reading and writing from a writer’s point of view, so the book reviews analyze books across several categories, looking at what worked and didn’t work. This can be especially helpful when reviewing works by indie authors.
In the fall of 1888, Jack the Ripper slaughtered five prostitutes in London’s Whitechapel District. He did not just kill—he ripped with a butcher’s glee—and then, after the particularly gruesome slaying of Mary Jane Kelly, he disappeared. We remember him not only for his crimes, but because he was never caught.
Book reviews, author interviews, promotional posts–all submitted by their team of reviewers. They also invite guest reviewers and bloggers.
As a former cataloging librarian, this blogger brings her book knowledge to her site. She writes fiction reviews and tries to promote debut fiction novelists.
This blogger doesn’t profess to be a writer, but he does produce some memorable book reviews. Focused on fantasy, sci-fi, and historical fiction, there’s something to find here.
Leo Demidov is no longer a member of Moscow’s secret police. But when his wife and daughters are invited on a “Peace Tour” to New York City, he is immediately suspicious. Forbidden to travel with his family and trapped on the other side of the world, Leo watches helplessly as events in New York unfold.
This blogger goes to lengths to produce detailed book reviews that balance the positives and negatives. Commentary may be colored by road trips, wine, and cooking.
Sprinkled around this blog’s book reviews are book quotes and original pictures, and the author is a self-professed book geek.
A recovering academic and complete bookaholic, this blogger reads whenever she can and enjoys writing thoughtful, honest reviews.
Jonathan is perfectly ordinary. But then—as every good adventure begins—the king swoops into port, and Jonathan and his father are enlisted to find the cure to a deadly plague. Jonathan discovers that he’s a prodigy at working with a new chemical called fantillium, which creates shared hallucinations—or illusions.
This blog contains book reviews, book hauls, book tags…basically a lot of bookish things, all fueled by caffeine.
A NetGalley review, this blogger has reviewed over 400 books on Goodreads and counting. She uses a recipe review style on the books she reads, and she looks forward to more.
This blogger reviews LGBTQ fiction and non-fiction. They also offer author interviews and guest blogs, particularly showcasing stories from Douwn Unda (Australia and New Zealand).
On a freezing Christmas Eve in 1879, a forensic psychic reader is summoned from her Baker Street lodgings to the scene of a questionable death. Alexandrina Victoria Pendlebury is adamant that the death in question is a magically compromised murder and not a suicide, as the police had assumed.
This blog features book reviews, news related to books, opinion posts, and of course, tea.
DCaRB is dedicated to book reviews, general book chat, recommendations, and more. The blog focuses mainly on Young Adult and Teen novels.
The Bibliophage includes an eclectic variety of both fiction and nonfiction books. It’s divided into three categories: books to learn from, books for relaxation, and books that are about resisting the status quo.
Set during World War II in Germany, Markus Zusak’s groundbreaking new novel is the story of Liesel, a foster girl living outside of Munich. Liesel scratches out a meager existence for herself by stealing when she encounters something she can’t resist–books.
This blogger studied costumes but also is an avid reader who enjoys analyzing books via her reviews.
This blog features reading challenges, book reviews, reading recommendations, and TBR lists.
Using gifs and memes to bring humor to her reviews, she expands her reading to many different genres. She strives to make her reviews simple and clear and doesn’t mind if you call her a nerd.
When Mary Boleyn comes to court as an innocent girl of fourteen, she catches the eye of Henry VIII. Dazzled, Mary falls in love with both her golden prince and her growing role as unofficial queen. However, she soon realises just how much she is a pawn in her family’s ambitious plots as the king’s interest begins to wane.
Visit for honest book reviews, giveaways, and book tours.
This blogger strongly believes in interaction in the book community. She puts out bookish memes, reviews, and themed articles. Beware of falling words and large imaginations.
Analee hosts tidbits from a group of bloggers that combined provide an entertaining read for any book lover, sprinkled around her book reviews.
The spellbinding epic set in twelfth-century England, The Pillars of the Earth tells the story of the lives entwined in the building of the greatest Gothic cathedral the world has ever known—and a struggle between good and evil that will turn church against state, and brother against brother.
These reviews tend to be short and to the point, crossing a wide variety of genres. She loves to discover new authors and hidden gems.
The book reviews are shared between the blogger and her daughter. They cross genres although mainly focus on YA and middle grade.
This blogger lives her reading life out in the open, which brings honesty and life to the process.
That’s what you do to enemy agents. But I look at all the dark and twisted roads ahead and cooperation is the easy way out. Possibly the only way out for a girl caught red-handed doing dirty work like mine–and I will do anything, anything to avoid SS-Hauptsturmführer von Linden interrogating me again.
Not only does TLE review books, but they also have a newly introduced TLE 3 book club consisting of extended reviews.
W.N. features bookish discussions, giveaways, reviews, and tours.
As an editor at heart, this blogger reads every story with care, even to mention proofreading type comments in her book reviews. Indie books are most commonly on the menu.
An evocative story of ambition and betrayal, The Paris Wife captures a remarkable period of time and a love affair between two unforgettable people: Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley. In 1920, Hadley is a quiet twenty-eight-year-old who has all but given up on love and happiness—until she meets Ernest Hemingway.
With an emphasis on indie authors, LWI provides both book reviews and interviews from people in the writing/publishing industry. They enjoy helping to get the word out about the publications of such authors.
Maren posts book reviews and tags, and she participates in challenges and read-a-thons. A book store or library is her paradise.
This blog is comprised of duo book reviewers who have an immense love for reading.
Jean Valjean is a peasant imprisoned for stealing a loaf of bread. In Les Misérables, Victor Hugo takes readers deep into the Parisian underworld, immerses them in a battle between good and evil, and carries them onto the barricades during the uprising of 1832. Within his dramatic story are themes that capture the intellect and the emotions.
On this blog, the writer reads and listens to books constantly, reviewing for You’re History, Amazon and Vine, Goodreads, and quite often, by authors’ requests. The writer also works at two local historic house museums, and other posts reflect those interests, particularly medieval and U.S. History.
Erika keeps all of her reviews categorized by genre and date. She is a voracious reader of fiction and loves to share her discoveries with others.
An avid reader and self-proclaimed opinionated know-it-all, it only made sense for this blogger to start a book review blog. She is quite detailed with her submission policy, which makes it helpful for authors to submit what’s applicable.
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