The Mystique Books

Hi! I’m Harshita Gupta from Delhi, India.
My blog “The Mystique Books” is a book blog which features everything about books.

https://themystiquebooks.wordpress.com/

Shealwaysreads

I do book reviews, and bookish post.

https://shealwaysreads.com/

Alaa Qui

‘Alaa Qui’ is a blog for art and media enthusiast. You can find blog posts ranging from media critiques, in depth look into different art movements, poetry and of course book reviews. It takes on a fun and young view on the literary world, media and entertainment.

https://alaaqui.blogspot.my/

The Bibliotaph

The Bibliotaph is a book blog with illustrations. Here I review and talk about books, while I improve my drawing skills.

https://thebibliotaph.com/

Chick Lit Cafe Books – Reviews – Marketing

We Do Powerful Engaging and Professional Book Reviews. We Will Make Your Book Sparkle. We Connect Readers with Authors. We Promote and Market Books on the Social Media and Book Media Platforms. We Will Get Your Book in Readers Hands. Readers Love Our Award Winning Website. Let Us Help You Sell More Books.

https://www.chicklitcafe.com

BooKecCenTric

BookEccentric blog discusses book reviews, authors, the art of reading, the beauty in words, and the unconventional passion of the book-obsessed.

http://www.bookeccentric.com

Bare Fact Book Reviews

I need your novel. I have a target of reading eighteen this year. So help me. Send me your novel and, in return, I will write you a review.

This is free of cost so a few conditions. The novel must be published. I can read anything. Except gay love. No no I am not homophobic. I just can’t wrap my head around it. Lesbian tales welcome. What I am looking for is the use of the English language. Wordplay. Situation construct and things such. I would love to read a new PG Wodehouse. Or even an Enid Blyton. I hope I am not asking for too much.

I will review only if I am able to complete reading the novel.

https://barefactreviews.wordpress.com/

The Reading Diaries

The Adventures of a coffee drinking foodie who loves crafting and books.

http://www.thereadingdiaries.com/

I am not a bookworm!

My adventures, experiences and love affair with books.

I started this book in January of 2016. This January month marks the 2nd year anniversary of this blog.
As far as I can remember, I have always loved reading. I can remember reading my first grade English book from cover to cover at night before sleeping. I think stories about other places have planted the seed of my love for travel. I love that reading takes me places without getting on a plane and paying for a ticket. I can be anywhere in the world and be among other cultures without having to leave the room.
Books have widen my horizon about life in general, the world and even the universe. My first real books were Reader’s Digest Condensed books. My sister used to buy them from a second-hand bookstore and I would read them after she’s done. It was where I was introduced to Clive Cussler, Mary Higgins Clark, Wilbur Smith, Dick Francis, Robin Cook and it was how I started my love affair with mystery, suspense and thriller. I also try to keep up with new authors. Starting the blog and being on Goodreads did that for me. I meet contemporary, new and indie authors who out of nowhere found me through my blog or any of my social media accounts and asked me if I could review their book. And that’s the best feeling in the world. Blogging and reviewing books has become a lifestyle for me. I won’t give this up ever. Books have saved me in a lot of dark and overwhelming situations in my life. They have often put things in perspective when real life gets too much. Yes. I am a bookworm! I eat, breathe and love books.

http://iamnotabookworm.blogspot.com

The Misanthropologist

Where I talk about books I’ve read, books I’m planning to read, books I’m never going to read, books I’ve bought, books I’m planning to buy, or books I’m never going to buy. I’m interested in a wide range of genres, ranging from literary fiction to crime fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, historical fiction, contemporary fiction, graphic novels, and nonfiction. I regularly read and review novels that win the Man Booker Prize, Pulitzer Prize, and works from authors who win the Nobel Prize.

https://themisanthropologist.wordpress.com/