Glass of Wine, Glass of Milk

My son and I review children’s books together, primarily picture books at this point. I review adult books on the blog as well. My reading preferences are fantasy, cozy mystery, and historical romance. I have a review policy posted on the blog.

http://glassofwineglassofmilk.blogspot.com/

Elaine Kaye, Author

***ONLY PICTURE BOOKS***

Elaine Kaye has been writing children’s stories since her kids, all grown now, were babies. The first picture book she created was based on her son who loved pea soup. She wrote, illustrated, and bound a series of picture books herself and would present them to her kids as well as the children at the schools she worked for. Ever since, picture books have been her passion.

https://elainekaye.blogspot.com/

Malanie Loves Fiction

Intense fangirling over ya and classic books. “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe” and “The Raven Boys” are two of my favorites <3

https://malanielovesfiction.wordpress.com/

The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow

A middle grade and picture book review blog. We set up a rhythm to our weekly posts, so readers can follow along. A riddle is posted on Monday, which clues readers in on the book that will be reviewed. If possible, we try to follow up our reviews with an author interview.

http://thesecretdmsfilesoffairdaymorrow.blogspot.com/

Eastern Sunset Reads

Eastern Sunset Reads was started back in October 2010 to keep track of my own thoughts on the books I am reading. It has evolved very little over the years, it still remains my thoughts on the books I am reading, but with a little less rambling than in the beginning. I post reviews 3 to 5 days a week and also post lists, tags, discussions and occasional giveaways and author interviews. I also have a few consistent features, each Friday night I post a review on a Children’s book for Bedtime Stories, I have events for Children’s Book Week and Banned Book Week. I also host a Rhode Island Author month to support my local authors and in December an Advent Reads event featuring a new holiday book each day leading up to Christmas.

I read a wide variety of books including Children’s Books, Early Reader, Middle Grade, Young Adult, Romance, Graphic Novels and Fantasy. You can find a more specific list on my blog for books I will and will not accept for review.

Thank you for taking the time and I hope you will stop by for a visit. ~Ang

https://easternsunset-reads.blogspot.com/

Oh Just Books

I love reading both traditionally published as well as indie authors! Started this book blog after I got a kindle and haven’t been able to unglue myself ever since! I love reading a variety of genres.
P.S. I’m working on a poetry book myself! One can dream 🙂

https://ohjustbooks.blogspot.in/

Self Publishing Help

This blog is for helping other indie authors. I’ve published 5 books, which you can see on the sidebar, so I’ve learned some things that might be helpful to you.

If you have any questions about the writing or publishing process, use the contact form at the top and I’ll make a post about it.

Reviews/Editing:

If you want personal help, such as a review of something you published or even a second set of eyes on a manuscript, use the contact form to describe your book and put a link to it. I’ll email you if it looks interesting to me.

https://selfpublishingtrevor.wordpress.com/

Roger The Reader

I’m Roger, and this is my blog. It’s about books and magazines and anything with words in a row that interests me. Don’t be surprised if I go off on a tangent; I’ve had some of these books for a very long time. There are stories attached.

Please don’t send me books for review; this is not a review blog.

http://rogerthereader.typepad.com/my-blog/

Fariha’s Studio

I’m an avid reader of fiction books. I started my blog in 2017, a year after I began my books Instagram. My reviews are posted on blog, Goodreads, and on Amazon. My review policy can be found on the blog.

http://www.farihakhayyam.com/category/bookreviews/

Heather Tasker

Dweebdom, reading, writing, and reviewing, and living with chronic illness.

I am a big fan of dystopian novels – YA and classic style, science fiction, speculative fiction, health and wellness books (though I suppose I’m pretty picky on those), I like thrillers but am not big on “whodunnits”, I like memoir/biographies, romance and erotica enough to read them occasionally but prefer those elements not being the main focus of what I read.

It’s hard to say what I will be interested in or not just by genre. I like a bit of overyrhing, if it’s well written! Also, I’m part of the grammar police. I’m not mean about it but I take (and send) notes and if a book is in really rough shape I may not enjoy reading it at all.

Now, if you’re looking for a proofreader, that’s another story!

https://heathertasker.wordpress.com/