Top Ten Tuesday is held over at That Artsy Reader Girl, where every week bloggers list their top 10 being asked about. This week we’re talking about the COOLEST book blogs out there, but to be honest, one of the reasons I love book blogging is because there’s a multitude of blogs out there, and I am always finding a new book or author in the all.
Here are some I often visit and adore, and there’s tons more than this too!
Jenea’s Book Obsession: She loves thrillers and reads a diverse range of everything, because you will find a romance in an amongst the death and thrillers.
Barb at Booker T’s Farm: Bc she tempts me with horror (I am a wuss when it comes to this genre) and makes me jealous when she gets approved for the thrillers I’m still on pins and needles waiting for. Also: dogs. Lots and lots of wonderful doggys!
A Garden Carried in the Pocket: another mystery lover, whose reviews have given me the heads up on authors I never would have looked at before.
The Bookish Libra: Suzanne is another blogger with some seriously diverse reads, and I always learn something new, or learn about a new book from her reviews.
Kristen at Metaphors and Moonlight: Kristen and her blog need to be your introduction to the world of urban fantasy and fantasy, and indies in both those genres, and books with characters who have a disability.
Sam @ WLABB: Sam will tell you herself she’s a closure-ho, and enjoys a book about grief — and all in the YA genre. I love LOVE how unabashedly she loves this genre.
Kelly at Diva BookNerd: Go here and read her bogan reviews which will give you the most warped sense of what Australians are like, but really they’re just damned hilarious! And she loves all things Australian YA
And Book Reviews by Di: One day, I want to see Di’s passport, because she is forever off on amazing trips and I am jealous! But also some gorgeous, gushing love for fantasy.
Greg at Greg’s Book Haven: Greg is another blogger with such diverse reads, as well as TV watching and art posts.
Lauren at Shooting Stars Mag: She’s moved to this new blog, and shares her reviews usually of LGBTQ novels, as well as general posts on all sorts of fabulous things — like a renaissance fair most recnetly.
Read3r’Z Re-Vu: My book club! Go forth and check out our reviews!
This is seriously the tip of the iceberg of the wonderful blogs out there in the blogosphere that have taught me so much and opened my eyes to seeing things differently. If you’re thinking about dipping your toes in the blogging world, pleaseeeeee DO IT. You’ll have the best time!