InkBlottings

My blog focuses on exploring all things in regard to the book community. I love posting book reviews, author interviews, book giveaways, and general other bookish posts that allow me to interact with other readers. I put a lot of time and effort into my reviews and my blog posts, so it’s always nice to be able to meet new people and discuss your work and views.

http://www.inkblottings.com

Jabber Jaw Reviews

I am a book reviewer and movie critic. The genre of books I read and review are true crime, crime suspense, espionage, YA Fiction (Chris Crutcher, Judy Blume for example) and some literary fiction. I don’t read/review romance, sci-fi or fantasies.

I’m part of First to Read and Net Galley to get advanced copies of books. I sometimes have authors reach out to me to review their books.

My reviews are honest. I don’t take into consideration an author’s request for me to review their book when I do my reviews.

https://www.jabberjawreviews.net

sakhile writes

sakhile writes – a small blog about books and mental health

https://sakhilewhispers.wordpress.com

Retrospect, On My Take!

Retrospect, on my take. I wanted to describe people, what this blog is all about by the name itself. And I thought this would be the perfect way to describe.  I, very early in life, have discovered that the calling of my passion lies in writing. To support and nurture my passion, I started Blogging. I review books/films/products etc. That’s how Retrospect, On My Take came into existence.

https://retrospectonmytake.wordpress.com

A Wondrous Bookshelf

I review books and discuss all things bookish.

http://www.awondrousbookshelf.com

Book Tapestry

I mostly read fiction, especially older Classics and winners of prizes (Booker, Orange, Pulitzer, etc.), but I also enjoy modern novels with a good story, nothing dark and depressing. I have a few favorite authors of humor or cozy mystery series, too. With a background in microbiology and computer programming, I also read non-fiction in the areas of health, web page design, and other general works. Lately I’m reading books about books, books about reading books, and books about writing books. OK, so I have eclectic tastes!

http://booktapestry.blogspot.com/

Three Piece Heart

Three Piece Heart originally started off as The London Diaries. I was a Kentucky gal transplanted all the way over in London and The London Diaries and was a way for me to keep family and close friends back home up to date with what I was up to and what things were like “across the pond”… but it grew into so much more than that. I got into book blogging in 2012 and loved it. Living in London gave me access to publishers, authors and events that I never would have had the chance to get involved with back in Kentucky.
In late 2015 we relocated to Virginia, a state I’d never even so much as set foot in. Yes… my life is nuts. With that came the need to rebrand, and The London Diaries became Three Piece Heart… one piece for each place I’ve lived in. The rebrand was, of course, followed by crippling writer’s block that lasted off and on up until 2018.

And here I am… revitalized and ready to get back to what I know I do well–writing about books and reading.

I don’t pretend to be some genius wordsmith, or even to be a fantastic writer. All I can do is write what I know in the way that I know how–with a little bit of wit, sarcasm and a dash of humility.

http://www.threepieceheart.com

Books and Wine Gums

Books and Wine Gums features book reviews and author interviews. I read mainly lit fiction and poetry, but will review other genres listed on my review policy if I’m suitably intrigued, or if I have previously reviewed the author. I’m currently enjoying the increasingly popular ‘nature memoir’ genre.

https://booksandwinegums.wordpress.com/

Mississippi Bookworm Diva

A Mississippi Bookworm blogs about reading and books.

http://msbookwormdiva.blogspot.com

Kristopher Cook | Eclectic Book Blog

A fan of Palahniuk? Or Philip Roth is an old favourite? Maybe looking for something a ‘little different’ to read? Here you’ll find reviews, articles, and essays concerning the worlds most eclectic books.

https://kristophercook.com/