An Angry Old Man Reviews Books

I am old, and I like to read. Why this is a problem to some people, I don’t know. So my grandson suggests to me that it might be fun (I shit you not) for me to “connect” with people around my love of books, and he sets up this blog for me. I didn’t tell him it was the stupidest idea ever – I just gave him my blankest, old man, give me more pudding face, and held my tongue. First of all, how am I supposed to connect with someone by writing a blog anyway? Will you people magically come through my modem and be my friend? Right. Also, I know it was his mother who put him up to it in the first place, even though he acted like it was just this idea that came to him one day between skateboarding and playing Minecraft. Maybe instead of conducting Operation Elderly Outreach she should have taught him to be a better liar – definitely a more applicable life skill. So, not wanting to be a total dick, I told him it was a great idea and that I’d write some thoughts about the books I was reading. Happy now?

https://www.angryoldmanbookreviews.com/

Before we go blog

Hello, I am Elizabeth and I review all things graphic novel and science fiction/fantasy related. I enjoy interacting with people and look forward to new books like a kid at Christmas! I am involved in ARC content, blog tours, and public interaction with the writing community.

https://beforewegoblog.com/

The Lexington Bookie

WordPress book-blog since 2016. Posting book reviews between 2-4 times per week, and coordinating posts to social media outlets. Reviews many different genres and discussing book and blog-related content.

http://www.thelexingtonbookie.com

Gina Rae Mitchell

I am all about finding the joy in life. I’m an avid reader of all genres and love to share my finds. You will find book reviews, book lists, author recommendations, monthly lists of books I’ve finished, and more here. Since I unfortunately can’t survive on books alone, I also throw in some recipes, crafts, and a bit on family life.

https://ginaraemitchell.com

Booked J

BOOKED J is a ultimately a literary blog. With a minimal dip into lifestyle blogging, Booked J primarily featuring book reviews, discussions, hauls and photography, with an occasional sprinkle of personal writing tossed in for good measure.

Created in the spring of 2007 by Jessica, now a twenty-something year old singer and avid reader from the Chicago area, who has no actual idea what she is doing. Booked J has a love for a variety of genres but especially YA, NA, poetry and fantasy.

http://bookandbroadway.blogspot.com

A Thin Slice of Anxiety

Welcome to A Thin Slice of Anxiety. A blog detailing the chronicles of a book addict.
Here you will find a collection of book reviews that will hopefully inspire you to lead a fuller life, to challenge yourself, empathize more with others and grow stronger.
I try to focus on unusual books, things you may have never heard of, or were too intimidated to read, either because of reputation or size. Although to be honest I will read anything that grabs my attention then and there.
I don’t believe that great books can only be appreciated exclusively by academics, I also don’t believe that you need a degree to appreciate philosophy or ‘difficult writers’. You certainly don’t need to attend a university to appreciate fiction, or to understand the power that a good book has upon the reader.
I realize also that while there are many blogs out there dealing with books, few of them are focusing on difficult texts, or on the books that many have called the most important, the greatest, and fewer still on controversial books, especially those dealing explicitly with Sex and Death, the only two topics worth discussing, as Peter Greenaway put it.
I fully agree with him, and I don’t believe in self censorship, and many books on this blog will be controversial – maybe even dangerous (all the good books are)
Life is too short to read bullshit, as I’m sure you’ll agree. So go and read and let me know what you think.

http://www.athinsliceofanxiety.com/?m=0

Wonder’s Book Blog

Welcome to Wonder Books!

Launched on 6th May 2018, Wonder’s Book Blog is one of the fastest growing Book-related-Websites. We review books on 10+ platforms with 3000+ followers. We are completely devoted to books and contents related to it. We do our best to bring you the latest Book News and Reviews.

Here you will find Book Reviews, Book Recommendations, Author Recommendations, Book offers, Contests, Giveaways, Author Recommendations and many more bookish contents.

Hope You Will Enjoy This site!

Have a good day and read a lot of books!

Wonder’s Book Blog!

https://wondersbookblog.wordpress.com/

Coffee and a Book Chick

Coffee. Book. What’s not to love with that?

By day, Coffee and a Book Chick (also known as Natalie) is a mommy, a cancer survivor, an entrepreneur, a writer, and an artist. Finding herself with hours in an airport or hotel, or after the little one falls asleep, reading becomes a major source of excitement. She has 16 years in Corporate Business in both the staffing and health industries specializing in operations, contract compliance, project management, communication, and recruiting, 4 years as a cancer survivor, 5 years as a mommy, and 9 years married to a super-hero, this Coffee and a Book Chick also has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Maryland in English with a minor in Creative Writing.

She wholeheartedly believes in the old adage that if you don’t like to read, it’s because you just haven’t found the right book.

http://www.coffeeandabookchick.com

Bibliogyan

A place where I post book reviews, talk about books adapted to movies and or series. I also include features. It’s a place where book bloggers can connect with each other and others can discover new books. My preferred genre includes thriller, sci-fi and fantasy.

http://www.bibliogyan.com

Suanne Schafer Author

I write a review of a book I’ve read once a week. As I am an omnivorous reader, these books run the gamut from historical fiction to contemporary, women’s fiction to nonfiction. Most recently I have reviewed
Nonfiction: The Kings of Big Spring: God, Oil, and One Family’s Search for the American Dream; 21 Lessons for the 21st Century; To The Bridge
Suspense: Not Her Daughter; Hunting Annabelle; The One that Got Away; Baby Teeth
Historical Fiction: The Carpet Weaver of Usak;
Literary Fiction: Winter Loon; The Wild Birds; In the Shadow of 10,000 Hills
Science Fiction: Here and Now and Then
Romance: Big Bad Cowboy; The Elusive Earl; Everything but the Earl

http://SuanneSchaferAuthor.com