Corehustle

This is my main concept: Detailed book reviews revealing the essential takeaways from world-famous literature. What we read is easily forgotten in time. My curated book reviews will leave you with both a lot to think about and also a lot to learn from. Mainly, you will find reviews of books about business, self-improvement, and psychology.

https://corehustle.com/

Madison’s Inkwell

Madison’s Inkwell is a book and writing blog where I review books and discuss writing my own book. I’m an avid reader of fantasy, YA fantasy, and WWII historical fiction.

http://www.madisonsinkwell.com

musings of a reader’s mind

I am Urvi Gupta from Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Professionally I am a botanist and earned my doctorate in Botany from Gujarat University. My subject is my passion and reading is my first love. The combination of both made me write and review the research articles, project proposals and review the dissertation reports. But the sky is only limit for those who loves reading and writing. So, I am here to extend my wings towards the review of novels which I read.

https://extractedthoughtsblog.wordpress.com/

Jordana Landsman, Read Like a Mother

Entertaining, candid, thorough book reviews from award-winning author and poet Jordana Landsman. Genres include literary fiction, suspense/psychological, politics/current events, biography/memoir, business, parenting, and the occasional beach book and chick lit.

http://www.jordanalandsman.com

Vidhya Thakkar’s Blog

Book reviews, product reviews, lifestyle, experience

http://www.vidhyathakkar.com/

The Novel Lifestyle

My little place on the net where I will share my love of literature, family and life with a side of a skim cap with one sugar. I hope you love it.

http://www.thenovellifestyle.com

Honestly Austen

Come along with me on a literary adventure where we explore books which have and continue to create our literary identity. I love to put book editions head to head in my version of a literary red carpet with Who Wore it Best Wednesdays as well as the literary monikers which inspire us to name those little ones in our lives (from pets to babies and anyone in between) with my version of Nameberry which I refer to as LitBerry Babes. I also love to write my own short stories which I loving call Tiny Tales! There is even more to explore on my blog and I look forward to the amazing literary chats we will have!

http://www.honestlyausten.com

A Bastard’s Reviews

Review policy Instructions …PLEASE READ!

I am mostly interested in reviewing novels and short stories from indie writers (my favorites are non-fiction and coming of age stories) ; however, I will consider reviewing other genres on a select, case-by-case basis. However, here are the genres I WILL NOT review under any circumstance:

Romance

Erotica

Fantasy

POLICY:

I will write a brief, concise and to-the-point review as I don’t believe in reviews that summarize the entire novel. I only accept mobi files or PDF files. I will be honest but constructive in my reviews.

I check all submissions and emails currently I am on Beijing time. I will consider each submission, but I will not guarantee I will review your book or reply to your submission. Open for past, present , and future publication dates. All accepted books are placed in order of queue and reviews are written as quickly as humanly possible ( I have a full time gig and projects of my own) My limit will likely be two or three per month and I welcome guest reviewers.

http://www.lifeofabastard.com/bastards-review/

We Need More Shelves

We Need More Shelves is a simple site that includes book reviews, art I love, and reference links for readers. Favorite genres are historical mystery, historical fiction, light fantasy and science-fiction, adventure (especially pulp fiction) and non-fiction history. I occasionally review biographies and memoirs and contemporary mysteries. I seldom read romance. I never read horror or erotica. I will always write a fair review, but not necessarily a positive one. However, I seldom read anything I really hate, and I never trash books or authors.

http://weneedmoreshelves.com

The Cozy Pages

I love mysteries but prefer happy endings. Cozy Mysteries are my favourite whodunnit stories. They are light-hearted but when written well leave you dying to find out what happens next. I use my blog to chat about my favourite books (not just Cozies), characters and authors. I’ve also found the blogosphere to be a great place to meet new books I would not have otherwise come across. Come share your thoughts on your favourite stories. I’ll keep you updated on a few of my favourites and on new releases from some indie authors as well.

https://thecozypages.wordpress.com