Book Bloggers: Our Favourite List of Top Book Bloggers
If you are looking for someone to review your book, then you need look no further because below is a comprehensive list of our absolute favourite book bloggers.
To make our favourite list of Top Book Bloggers, each blog must offer something unique. If you run a book blog and think your blog fits the bill (see below) please send us your details via the contact form.
Please note: we will add book blogs to our list only when they meet our strict criteria.
Firstly, each blogger must have a strong authorial voice and a good writing style. Second, the blog must offer a personal perspective on the books featured. Thirdly, the blog must include works by indie authors.
Okay, so that said, here we go …
At Booklist Queen, we embrace the book life. Whether that means reading 12 books a year or reading 200 books a year, we enjoying losing ourselves in stories, and we aren’t afraid to admit it.
Amy’s Bookshelf is a way for me to express my opinions about the novels I read; ranging from old classics to contemporary works of fiction, I hope there’s a review on here for everyone. I also write posts about book related topics as well, so head to my Bookish Posts page to have a read of those.
The Literary Edit
I’m Lucy, founder and editor of The Literary Edit, and a long standing bookworm with a passion for brilliant books, independent bookstores and literary festivals. Based between London and Sydney, The Literary Edit will bring you the best in all things bookish – from weekly book reviews, to beautiful bookstore features, to literary city guides and beyond.
I read a wide range of books (mainly fiction) and some of my favourite authors are: Peter James, Donna Tartt, Sophie Hannah, Dorothy Koomson, Robert Bryndza, Peter Robinson, Marian Keyes, Susan Hill… and many, many more! The list goes on and on and I would read every moment of the day if it wasn’t for pesky work and a mortgage to pay!
Guilty Pleasures Book Review
This blog reviews contemporary mainstream, erotic and dark romances, paranormal romances and romantic suspense. As well as reviews, GPBR also has opportunities for guest posting, author interviews, and it also has an active Goodreads following.
Jeri’s Book Attic
Whilst primarily a romance review blog, this website review books in many genres and has a lot of opportunities for authors, including guest posting and author interviews.
Fang Freakin Tastic Reviews
This site is all about horror and the paranormal. The genre’s they read include paranormal, urban fantasy, horror, speculative fiction, science fiction (limited), and epic fantasy.
Reads all the Books
This blog is broken down into middle grade, young adult, and adult themes, based on the individual preferences of the reviewer.
Jessica Map Reviews
Jessica reviews the following genres: thrillers, mysteries, true crime, historical fiction, horror, general fiction, YA, and fantasy.
Dream by Day
Samantha’s blog is a one-woman show. What sets her apart from many other book bloggers writing today is her passion for literary fiction.
Avonna Loves Genres
This site is for reviews, articles and comments on genre books. We are all lovers of great stories, but like all readers, we have differing tastes and opinions even on the same book. That is what makes reading and reviewing interesting. I would love for you to comment on the various books reviewed and feature posts.
Christina Writes Romance
Christina is an avid reader; there isn’t much that she doesn’t read, although romance has her preference. Time to read is scarce, though, as she is busy with a full-time day job, her husband and kids, and her dog. Oh, and on top of that she also writes both short stories and novels. She hopes to be published at some point.
Starr Z. Davies
Starr Z. Davies is a Midwesterner at heart and lives in Wisconsin with her husband and kids. She is an avid reader and writer of young adult fiction and fantasy. She loves books with some sort of fantastic element that pushes the story beyond the borders of our ordinary world.
Pages & Plots
My name is Catarina, I’m 24 years old and I’m from the beautiful city of Porto, Portugal. I fall in love with characters way too easily, and that’s what drives me to read and watch television/movies. My heart belongs to every single story I’ve read, watched or lived through.
My Reading Corner
Karen lives in Essex and got her love of crime novels from reading Agatha Christie. She reads mysteries, thrillers and psychological suspense as well as women’s contemporary fiction and historical fiction (with a soft spot for time travel novels).
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