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Top 100 Book Blogs, Book Reviewers & Best Book Bloggers To Follow

Book blogs. What better way to start than with some inspiration and great reads from very talented people who love literature!

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I’ve divided it into the categories, book blogs, book bloggers and book review blogs, so I can keep track of the sites I find. Hope you find this useful.

The Top 100 Book Blogs, Book Reviewers And Best Book Bloggers To Follow In 2019 - Faves Of Mine & Suggestions From Friends & Wonderful Readers

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Book Blogs


Bustle

Bustle has many posts about books. They have reviews, inspiration, and interviews with authors.

What I Love: Written by talented writers and an expert editorial team, there is so much content!

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Book Marketing Tools

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Book Marketing Tools is helpful for people who want to write books. They have posts about publishing and everything you need to know.

Book Marketing Tools

What I Love: This website is perfect for advice on how to become a published author. They also have a podcast called The Author Hangout.

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Electric Literature by Halimah Marcus

Halimah Marcus from Electric Literature

Electric Literature is a nonprofit literary organization. They help people find out more about books by combining digital and traditional ways of reading.

Electric Literature

What I Love: Their content is filled with fascinating essays and book reviews

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Novel Kicks by Laura

Laura from Novel Kicks

Laura is a writer, blogger, and bookworm. She started Novel Kicks in 2009 for people to connect and share their interest in literature.

Novel Kicks

What I Love: Laura has a blog with a book club. It’s every month, and she picks the book. You can read it and talk about it on the blog.

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Bookanista

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Bookanista is a magazine. It’s made by Mark Reynolds, who is a copywriter and an editor. The site focuses on content from new, up-and-coming, and established authors.

Bookanista

What I Love: This is a great website that has interesting articles about the written word and poetry.

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The Literary Edit by Lucy Pearson

Lucy Pearson from The Literary Edit

Lucy loves to read books. She started her site to keep track of the books she was reading and it has since grown into a site about book festivals, reading, and style.

The Literary Edit

What I Love: This book blog is well written and has a clean design.

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Yeldah Yousfi by Yeldah Yousfi

Yeldah Yousfi from Yeldah Yousfi

Yeldah Yousfi is a freelance writer and blogger from Toronto, Canada. Her blog covers literature, lifestyle, and travel.

Yeldah Yousfi

It’s a beautiful site. Yeldah does excellent work with her photography. She does reviews that are insightful and funny.

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Book Riot

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Book Riot is a website that focuses on literature. They have been around for a long time and they have a lot of articles.

Book Riot

Book Riot is a site with a lot of good content. There are various podcasts that focus on different genres and areas of literature.

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NYR Daily

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The New York Review Of Books is a newspaper that reviews books. It has been going for a long time and is well known in the world of reading.

NYR Daily

What I Love: NYR publishes excellent literature. They never avoid topics that are difficult or serious. They always do this with sensitivity and good knowledge.

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The Amazon Book Review

The Amazon Book Review is a website where they talk about their favorite books. And they keep track of the awards in the literary world.

What I Love: It has lots of high quality, curated content. Great for keeping track of who won which award.

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Helping Writers Become Authors by K. M. Weiland

K. M. Weiland from Helping Writers Become Authors

K.M. Weiland is an author who writes about things related to writing and reading. Her blog is very popular and a definitive resource on the craft.

Helping Writers Become Authors

What I Love: Packed with advice and lots of interesting articles. Helping Writers Become Authors is an excellent resource for readers and writers.

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The Horn Book

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If you like children’s and young adult books, and have not heard of The Horn Book, you must have been hiding under a rock for a long time. For years, The Horn Book has been the leading authority on children’s books.

The Horn Book

What I Love: They have opinion pieces written by a variety of people. This is an excellent magazine too, in print and digital versions.

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The Millions by C. Max Magee

C. Max Magee from The Millions

C. Max Magee created the Millions, a magazine. He is from the States and has a passion for literature, arts, and culture. The magazine changed hands, but they still have the same mission and quality.

The Millions

What I Love: The writing is excellent and so are the topics they write about. I like this magazine because it’s so interesting!

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The New Yorker

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Page Turner is a book review and magazine of the New Yorker. It has many reviews and opinions on literature.

The New Yorker

What I Love: There is new content on their website every few days. The articles are thought-provoking.

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Quill and Quire

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Quill and Quire is a magazine that focuses on canadian and children’s books. It’s both in print and digital form.

Quill and Quire

What I Love: Their book reviews are incredibly insightful and well written. Quill and Quire have an excellent staff of writers.

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Penguin Random House

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Penguin Random House runs the Perch Blog. It keeps you up to date with new releases, authors, books and series associated with the publishing house.

Penguin Random House

What I Love: The blog is full of new books and sometimes guest posts. They have enough recommendations to keep you busy for a long time.

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Under the Covers by Francesca

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When we were supposed to be sleeping, we read under the covers. Book lovers, if you’ve done this, raise your hand. As I expected. Nearly everyone! Under The Covers is a blog about Romance books.

Under the Covers

What I Love: I like this site because they have good reviews. It also has a beautiful design and their book club is great if you like that genre.

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Modern Mrs Darcy by Anne Bogel

Anne Bogel from Modern Mrs Darcy

Anne is a writer, blogger and avid reader. She liked feminism and reading, so she combined the two things on her blog.

Modern Mrs Darcy

What I Love: She’s been featured on many authority sites in the booksphere. Anne has written several great books on reading with a purpose.

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Story Box Library

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Story Box Library is a blog for Australian schools and classrooms. They have articles, musings, and thoughts about the written word.

Story Box Library

What I Love: This blog talks about books, authors and resources for kids. They recommend books for various ages and situations.

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Ink and Fable by Patience Randle

Patience Randle from Ink and Fable

Ink & Fable is a lifestyle and book brand run by Patience Randle. It focuses on connecting with other people who are creative or like to read books.

Ink and Fable

What I Love: Patience is a good writer. She has a style which is warm, expressive, and witty.

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Helen Redfern by Helen Redfern

Helen Redfern from A Bookish Baker

Helen Redfern is a writer who does vlogging and photography. She has many skills, combining them all to make her blog.

What I Love: She’s very talented, and runs a youtube channel and a book club too. I recommend them all.

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Library Journal

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Library Journal is a journal about libraries. But it’s not just that. There is all sorts of interesting content about books in this magazine.

Library Journal

What I Love: They have many articles and awards, and they celebrate and support libraries. We need more people in the world who will do that.

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BookPage

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BookPage is a monthly book review magazine based in the United States. They publish special features, author interviews and more on their blog.

BookPage

What I Love: Independent and unbiased. BookPage has good reviews and posts about authors. Their magazine is worth the subscription.

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The New York Times

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The New York Times has a section on books, like any high-quality newspaper! It covers essays to upcoming releases.

The New York Times

What I Love: Intelligent and reviewed by an expert team of writers and editors. You can always expect excellent content from this large newspaper.

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NewInBooks

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NewInBooks finds you the best new books. They have many different genres and formats of books. NewInBooks has interviews with authors, too.

NewInBooks

A reliable source for the best new novel releases. The site has lots of information and is a great place to find a great book.

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Rough Ghosts by JM Schreiber

JM Schreiber from Rough Ghosts

The Rough Ghost. A restless spirit. At least, that’s the moniker of Joseph Schreiber, a writer, critic, editor and reader. He writes for two magazines.

Rough Ghosts

What I Love: The writing in Joe’s blog is flowing and beautiful. His book reviews are also great.

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Book Bloggers


Writing for Kids by Tara Lazar

Tara Lazar from Writing for Kids

Tara Lazar is a children’s author and a mom. She made her blog to keep track of the book things she has found.

Writing for Kids

What I Love: Tara is a great writer. She is very supportive of other writers, too. On her website, she discusses her favorite children’s books and their creators.

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Jane Friedman by Jane Friedman

Jane Friedman from Jade Friedman

Jane Friedman knows writing and books. She’s worked in this field for over 20 years. Jan has lots of knowledge, which she shares on her blog.

Jane Friedman

What I Love: Jane Friedman teaches courses and workshops. Worth reading for writers, beginners and professionals alike.

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The Book Smugglers by Thea James

Thea James from The Book Smugglers

Thea and Ana, aka The Book Smugglers, are two women with a passion for literature. The blog name is from when they worried about carrying books home from the library. They used large handbags to “smuggle” them.

The Book Smugglers

What I Love: Their blog is excellent, mixing literature with pop culture. All-around insightful, witty stuff. Well worth the read!

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Traveling Book Junkie by Tam and Paul

Tam and Paul

Travelling Book Junkie is a blog about books and travelling. There are stories about different places that the bloggers have been to.

Traveling Book Junkie

What I Love: A great site that is about books and travel! It has beautiful pictures. Tam and Paul created a wonderful blog.

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Lindas Book Bag by Linda Hill

Linda Hill from Lindas Book Bag

Linda’s Book Bag. Not a bag of books, but something as good! Linda Hill is a writer, reader and book reviewer who could talk literature all day.

Lindas Book Bag

What I Love: Linda’s blog was awarded “Best Book Review Blog” several times with good reason. Excellent recommendations from a variety of genres.

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Kate Vane by Kate Vane

Kate Vane from Kate Vane

Kate Vane is a writer. She likes to read, write, and garden. She has written four books and many short stories that have been collected in anthologies.

Kate Vane

What I Love: This blogger talks about her writing journey and the things she likes to do. She’s also reviewed books!

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Chouett by Virginie

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LaChouett is the alias of Virginie, a reader, a photographer and a person who dabbles in writing. She’s a big supporter of diverse voices in popular genres.

Chouett

What I Love: She reads many different books and she always wants to read something new. That means there are lots of interesting blog posts!

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dampebbles by Emma Welton

Emma Welton from dampebbles

Emma Welton runs a crime book blog called damppebbles. She wants to open her own bookshop, which would be damppebbles too.

dampebbles

What I Love: She reviews books and talks about all things crime fiction.

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Beadyjans Books by Jan Lambert

Jan Lambert from Beadyjans Books

Jan Lambert, also called Beady Jan, likes reading as much as crafts and bead work. She likes historical fiction, literary fiction, thrillers and suspense.

What I Love: She often features authors and their new releases on her blog. They are always interesting.

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Blue Book Balloon by David

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David runs Blue Book Balloon, and loves to read, write, and watch crime shows. A big fan of crime and history, he also likes gardening and archeology.

Blue Book Balloon

What I Love: Follow if you like historical and crime fiction. You’re sure to get plenty of great recommendations and reading material!

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Ronnie Turner by Ronnie Turner

Ronnie Turner from Ronnie Turner

Ronnie Turner is an author who also blogs about books and loves words. She wrote a book that was published in October 2018.

Ronnie Turner

What I Love: Great writing, great photography, literature and nature is what drives this blog. It’s a unique and great combination.

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For winter nights by Kate Atherton

Kate Atherton from For winter nights

Kate Atherton used to review movies. Now she reviews books like history ones, science fiction, and thrillers.

For winter nights

What I Love: Kate knows a lot about books. When she gives a book recommendation, it will always be excellent.


theguywiththebook by Faroukh Naseem

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Faroukh Naseem is a Saudi Arabian book lover. Who combines his love of books, the literature world and traveling on his blog.

theguywiththebook

What I Love: Faroukh has a very large and dedicated audience. Follow his Instagram to see amazing photos of books and ideas for your next read.

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The Book Satchel by Resh Susan

Resh Susan from The Book Satchel

Resh started reading when she was very young, and the classics before she was a teenager. Today, she runs her blog, The Book Satchel.

The Book Satchel

What I Love: Resh reads a lot of different books, with different genres. Her recommendations can introduce you to new authors that will become your favorite. Her Bookstagram is very creative.

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Bag Full Of Books by Arpita Bhattacharya

Arpita Bhattacharya from Bag Full Of Books

An avid traveler, Arpita Bhattacharya has traveled to and lived in several countries. But she’s happy living in India, traveling the world through books.

Bag Full Of Books

What I Love: Her reviews are fun to read. She has read a lot and she likes reading classics. She has a daughter, so she also reviews children’s books.

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EllesBellesNotebook by Ellie Pilcher

Ellie Pilcher from EllesBellesNotebook

Ellie is a writer and reader who works in publishing, as her passion lies in literature. She has written for many publications and many different topics.

EllesBellesNotebook

What I Love: You’ll learn a lot from her writing. She has a thirst for knowledge and is very intelligent. There are some book recommendations, too.

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Bookworm by Jen

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Jen is a complete bookworm, hence the name of her blog! She enjoys reading gothic and dark books, but will never hesitate to try a lighter read.

Bookworm

What I Love: The mix of film and writing is great. Jen has also compiled an excellent list of helpful and free literary and book resources.

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From First Page to Last

This website celebrates all things to do with and related to literature.

From First Page to Last

What I Love: A creative and excellent space for everything books, this blog is worth checking out! Plenty of reviews on books for kids too, as a bonus.


NYC Book Girl by Morgan Hoit

Morgan Hoit from NYC Book Girl

A book lover living in New York, Morgan Hoit’s blog lives up to its name! She loves all things NYC and literature, combining books and city life in her site.

NYC Book Girl

What I Love: Her site has a wonderful look, clean, minimalistic and some great colors! Her writing is warm and friendly.

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John Pistelli by John Pistelli

John Pistelli from John Pistelli

John Pistelli is a writer and teacher with a degree in English Literature. He teaches courses on culture and English, reviews and discusses books.

John Pistelli

What I Love: Intelligent, philosophical and well written, John’s reviews are excellent. His insights are thought-provoking, which makes for a great read.


Books Tell You Why

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Conserving and talking about legendary books/authors of old is the primary interest of Books That Tell You Why. If you love the classics, this is a great site.

Books Tell You Why

What I Love: This blog is perfect for learning about all the literary prizes. They also have all sorts of interesting reads on the world of literature.

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Book Review Blogs, Sites & Book Reviewers


Crime Review

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This site is focused on crime literature. The two editors, Linda Wilson, and Sharon Wheeler work with a variety of reviewers to bring the site to life.

Crime Review

What I Love: Plenty of reviews on crime stories! All high quality. Perfect for deciding if you want to read the bestseller everyone’s talking about.

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Kirkus Reviews by Marc Winkelman

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Kirkus Reviews is a company that has been reviewing books for over 85 years. They review books and offer a variety of services to people in the book world.

Kirkus Reviews

What I Love: Running for that long, they know their stuff when it comes to an excellent review! The podcast is worth checking out.

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The Last Reader by Kathleen

Kathleen from The Last Reader

Kath is a Filipina currently living in Germany. She loves to talk about all things bookish. She’s very active in the literature blogging community.

The Last Reader

What I Love: She sometimes does book hauls and unboxings of book subscription boxes. It’s always interesting to see what’s inside.

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Story Mummy by Ilham Alam

Ilham Alam from Story Mummy

Ilham Alam is mother and storyteller. She’s released her first picture book, Wonder Walk. She’s been a writer for many years.

Story Mummy

What I Love: The blog talks about family life, travel, and reviews on children’s books. There’s sure to be something you find interesting on her site!

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Page To Stage Reviews by Zarina

Zarina from Page To Stage Reviews

Zarina is a Dutch woman who is based in London. She’s an editor by trade, and she also runs her lifestyle blog, on books, theatre, and life in London town.

Page To Stage Reviews

What I Love: Her coverage of theatre and musings on it is excellent. Zarina’ll often tie books and theatre together in her posts. Makes for a fascinating blog!

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Never Imitate by Jackie Law

Jackie Law from Never Imitate

Jackie Law is a writer, reviewer, proud wife and mother. Her blog transcends category labels. Hence the tagline, “Trying to avoid society’s pigeonholes.”

Never Imitate

What I Love: She writes some great articles and new reviews. There’s thoughtful posts and takes on a variety of topics, not only books.

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Jen Meds Book Reviews by Jen Lucas

Jen Lucas from Jen Meds Book Reviews

Jen Lucas has a degree in literature. She loves crime fiction and thrillers but isn’t afraid to branch out into other genres.

Jen Meds Book Reviews

What I Love: She posts interesting reviews, articles, and all sorts of bookish and lifestyle things. There’s a lot of well-written content.

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Rachels Random Reads by Rachel Gilbey

Rachel Gilbey from Rachels Random Reads

Rachel loves to read anything she can get her hands on! She also runs another business, providing resources and promotional services for authors.

Rachel Random Reads

What I Love: The blog covers all sorts of modern genres and bestsellers. As well as indie books from up and coming authors.

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Halfman Halfbook by Paul Cheney

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Paul Cheney is a non-fiction review columnist for a magazine.

Halfman Halfbook

What I Love: His predominant interest is non-fiction. It’s an interesting take that few bloggers do. So if you like non-fiction, definitely worth following.

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mychestnutreadingtree by Jo

Jo from mychestnutreadingtree

This is a book review site focusing on crime and thrillers. Jo is a busy woman, but she always makes time for the thing she loves most. Reading.

mychestnutreadingtree

What I Love: Though her blog is a crime fiction review blog, she also does the occasional women’s fiction story. She has excellent, warm, humorous writing.

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My Reading Corner by Karen Dennise

Karen has been reading since she was a child. Her tastes are quite varied. She has a full-time job, but a long commute, so plenty of time for reading!

My Reading Corner

What I Love: The site has a very nice, clean, minimalistic design. It keeps the focus on her well-written reviews. Well worth a look if you enjoy mystery!

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ofselfandshelf by Anne O Neill

Anne O Neill from ofselfandshelf

Anne O’ Neill loves all things literature. She writes for the Irish Times, about literature, life, and philosophy. Her blog does the same, with book reviews.

ofselfandshelf

What I Love: She’s a thoughtful and intelligent woman, writing interesting blog posts. There’s an excellent slew of non-fiction recommendations.

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Dickens Does Books by Louise Dickens

Louise Dickens from Dickens Does Books

Louise Dickens is immersed in the world of books and writing. She wishes she shared ancestry with Dickens himself, but it’s yet to be confirmed.

Dickens Does Books

What I Love: Her site has a beautiful design, and her Instagram photos are great if you like bookstagrams! She does all sorts of books and genres.

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Make Walk Read by Fi Cooper

Fi Cooper from Make Walk Read

A potter, knitter, and a reader, Fi Cooper lives in a beautiful town with her family. She spends some time enjoying her hobbies as much as she can.

Make Walk Read

What I Love: She prefers crime, mystery, spooky, historical, and non-fiction stories. But will read anything she enjoys. A very nice looking website!

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Davids Book World by David Hebblethwaite

David Hebblethwaite from Davids Book World

David Hebblethwaite is a full-time writer and book reviewer. His reviews have been published in a variety of publications including his website.

Davids Book World

What I Love: He hosts blog tours and author Q&As as well as doing his book recommendations and reviews. Well worth a read!

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Short Book and Scribes by Nicola Smith

Nicola Smith from Short Book and Scribes

Nicola used to review every book she read on Amazon, but she wanted to keep them organized. Little did she know what her blog would become!

Short Book and Scribes

What I Love: There’s so much interesting content on there it’s hard to know where to start. She writes all sorts of posts.

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Books with Jane by Jane Evans

Jane Evans from Books with Jane

Jane, the writer of Books with Jane, works in publishing and reviews books on the side. She’s passionate about literature and spotlighting to books she loves.

Books with Jane

What I Love: She writes very professional reviews. They’re always well written with plenty of thought put into them. Worth reading for sure!

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Foreword Reviews

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Foreword Reviews has been running since 1998. The company has done nothing but trailblaze in the literature industr.

Foreword Reviews

What I Love: With a focus on indie and diverse books, they bring light to underrated but fantastic stories. A talented team writes their reviews.

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NPR

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NPR is a literary non-profit. They specialize in podcasts on a variety of topics, and strive to tell the stories that matter.

NPR

What I Love: Their podcasts are very diverse and exciting, well worth a listen. They publish new content and book reviews almost every day.

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Shelf Awareness by Jenn Risko and John Mutter

Shelf Awareness is a free e-newsletter published weekly. It focuses on the book industry and happens in and around it.

Shelf Awareness

What I Love: Their newsletters are packed full of interesting content. Something to look forward to in your inbox!

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Shellys Book Corner by Richelle

A lover of diverse books and many different genres. Richelle aka Shelly, as she’s more well-known, says she’s a lifelong reader.

Shellys Book Corner

What I Love: Shelly loves to see books that have diverse characters. Those were the stories she would’ve loved to have when she was younger.

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Romance Rehab by Jennifer

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Romance. Whether you love or hate it, it’s very popular. Jennifer loves it. She breaks down the stereotypes and show the best sides of romance.

Romance Rehab

What I Love: Jennifer is an excellent writer and has many thoughtful, well-written reviews. The site has many essays on the genre.

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From Cover To Cover by Katelyn Dickinson

Katelyn Dickinson from From Cover To Cover

A lover of YA and Fantasy, but she always encourages herself to read other genres. Katelyn works full time, but she still finds time to do things she loves.

From Cover To Cover

What I Love: An excellent collection of posts on a variety of topics. She also posts monthly unboxings, containing a book and unique bookish items.

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Books and Beyond Reviews

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Books and Beyond Reviews has all sorts of bookish content. They review a considerable lot of different books and stories, which is always great to see.

Books and Beyond Reviews

What I Love: A weekly post series called Friday Face-Off. They choose a book, and find all the cover variations over the years, and rank them.

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Confessions of a Literary Addict

Confessions of a Literary Addict is run by a young woman who goes by Nova. She is an avid cosplayer, nerd, and literature addict.

Confessions of a Literary Addict

What I Love: Her writing style is warm and funny. I enjoy reading it a lot. There are all sorts of content to read.

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Reads All The Books by Malissa Coy

Malissa Coy from Reads All The Books

Malissa Coy is a book reviewer with a wide range of tastes. An avid reader of all sorts of children’s books, from middle grade to new adult.

Reads All The Books

What I Love: Malissa is a huge fangirl and enjoys a lot of different media. Her style is eclectic, witty, warm, and funny.

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TotallyBookedBlog by Gitte and Jenny

Totally Booked blog is run by two romance fanatics, Gitte and Jenny. Focusing on reviewing books from the romance genre.

TotallyBookedBlog

What I Love: The site is very well designed. Their reviews are professional, insightful, and witty.

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Dublin Review of Books

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This newspaper focuses on Irish and international issues, literature, arts, and culture. They publish news, essays, book industry insights, and reviews.

Dublin Review of Books

What I Love: A wash of intelligent, insightful content. They don’t shy away from serious topics and always handle them with respect.

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Stacked Books by Kimberly Francisco

Kimberly Francisco from Stacked Books

Kelly and Kimberly, the founders of Stacked Books, work in the industry. Kelly works at Book Riot, and Kimberly is a youth librarian.

Stacked Books

What I Love: The site is professional and has a great design! They focus on YA books. They’re both excellent writers and reviewers.

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The Perpetual Page Turner by Jamie Miller

Jamie Miller from The Perpetual Page Turner

What a great name for a book blog! This site is run by Jamie, who mixes lifestyle, motherhood, and beauty in with her main passion, reading.

The Perpetual Page Turner

What I Love: Jamie’s writing is touching and thoughtful, well worth a read. Her site has a beautiful, pretty design that fits well with her ethos.

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Rhapsody in Books by Jill and Jim

Jill and Jim are a husband and wife team who share a fascination for politics, history, and literature. Both are intellectuals with several college degrees.

Rhapsody in Books Weblog

What I Love: Their writing is excellent, they’re knowledgeable people! They prefer to review non-fiction. But sometimes do fiction and children’s books.

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Plenty of bookish blogs to inspire your next read.

Hopefully, you found some new favorites to add to your list. Let me know if you did! Please share your favorites by leaving a comment below.

14 thoughts on “Top 100 Book Blogs, Book Reviewers & Best Book Bloggers To Follow”

    • Hi Warren! Wow really? Yeah I checked it out, and their podcasts are very interesting! So much range in what you can listen to. Thanks for the suggestion.

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    • Thank you Maddison! Cool to see you read crime, most of it’s a bit scary for me. 🙂 I’ve added the site to the list, thanks!

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    • Hey thanks for getting in touch! Why thank you, glad the post helped. Oh and sure! I checked it out and it’s great! Definitely on the list.

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  1. Wow! I just found this quite by accident. Thank you for adding my blog, StoryMummy, here! Glad to know that you enjoy the content of both travel with a young family and kids book reviews from both indie and traditionally published authors.

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