What Rachael Read Next

Hey readers! My blog is all about books (obviously!) and focuses mainly on the crime, thriller, mystery genre. I do occasionally branch out and read different genres and I like authors such as Jojo Moyes and Liane Moriarty. I am a huge fan of the increasingly popular psychological thriller genre and loving reviewing the latest releases and pre-releases.
I am also a fan of e-readers and technology in general and will be reviewing the latest Kindle.

http://www.whatrachaelreadnext.co.uk

lindasbookobsession

I am a retired teacher,book lover and collector of books. I am an avid reader and love books of all genres. I own several Kindles,Nooks, hardcover copies, paperback novels, and signed first editions. I guess you can say I am obsessed.
I have reviewed books for NetGalley and I am a top reviewer. In addition I have reviewed books for First to Read, BookBrowse(First Impressions),LibraryThing, and some authors and some publishers.
I have posted reviews on Goodreads, Facebook,Twitter(under peachyteach)LibraryThing,BookBrowse, and Amazon(teachlz) when the book is published. I can be found at lindasbookobsession,, https://goodreads.com/teachlz, https:twitter.com/peachyteach

https://lindasbookobsession.wordpress.com

Ozzy The Book Reviewer

Sometimes someone else’s opinion is what sways a persons thoughts and here and on this page i give my honest opinion about books i have read and or am reading. As an avid reader, as well as writer my self, books hold a permanent place in my life, so if you do have a book you want to read but aren’t sure about, let me know and i will read it and tell you my thoughts. I am Ozzy the book reviewer, and this is the place to find a swaying thought.

http://ozzythebookreviewer.blogspot.com/

Books Boxes and Baubles

Two friends who talk about books, subscription boxes and other geeky things.

http://www.booksboxesandbaubles.com

The Book Owlery

Blogging the wordy-world, one book at a time! Hey, I’m S, and I am a bookaholic! Get cosy, I’ll get you some hot chocolate and we can read together.
I am 23 years old, based in South West England. I hope to connect with readers and bloggers across the globe and share tips, tricks and relatable content!
I started this blog because I want to share my passion for reading with others. My favourite genres include: romance, YA, fantasy, paranormal, erotica, mystery and crime.
If there is anything you want to ask me, please feel free to contact me at any time by visiting my blog! I look forward to hearing from you.

Love,
S x

http://www.thebookowlery.com

What Cathy Read Next

What Cathy Read Next is all about what I’ve read, what I’m reading now and what I’ll be reading next. I post honest, informative reviews of all types of fiction on my blog, Twitter, NetGalley, Goodreads and Amazon using a 5 star rating system. I especially love to read historical fiction, historical mystery, dystopian and all kinds of literary fiction. I have been known to read the odd thriller but nothing too gory or violent. I’m happy to receive advance review copies in ebook format for Kindle. I can’t promise to review them immediately but will try to do so in advance of publication, if applicable, or within a reasonable time. On the rare occasions I believe a book is worth less than 3 stars, I may still publish the review but the critique will be constructive as I respect the effort that goes into writing a book.

https://whatcathyreadnext.wordpress.com

Rainy Day Reviews

Updated regularly: Book reviews, book memes, author interviews, book blitz, book blasts, cover reveals, etc.

http://bookjunkiemom.blogspot.com/

 

Hanna Reads

Blog for my book reviews, hauls and book talk. I also post my reviews at goodreads.

http://hannawsreads.blogspot.fi

Life at 17

On my blog Life at 17 I write poems and short stories along with book reviews. You are free to promote your book on my blog through cover reveals and book Blitzs.

https://lifeat17.wordpress.com

shelfknowledge

I write short book reviews focused mainly on indie authors with a few mass appeal books thrown into the mix.

http://www.shelfknowledge.blogspot.com