Author Anthony Avina’s Blog

I am an author who has spent the last year and a half building my website into a successful book blog, where I give honest reviews that focus on the positive aspects of a novel rather than the negative. I don’t think negativity helps authors or books succeed, and that’s what I want from my blog, for people to succeed with their passion projects and careers. I also have started reviewing music, movies and more on my blog, and offer guest blog posts, author interviews and more!

https://authoranthonyavinablog.com/

The Bilingual Reader

The bilingual reader is completely dedicated to books. My goal is to feature as many diverce reads and authors as possible. I read books written in Bulgarian, Russian and English and I write my reviews in English and in Bulgarian.

I have a strong tendency for fantasy, sci-fi and YA, but I also read a lot of contemporary and I’m making an extra effort to find books with themes like mental health and LGBT and diverce characters. Midgrade books are my guilty pleasure.

I am currently learning Spanish in hopes of starting to read books and write reviews in Spanish as well.

Started my blog – April 2018.

https://thebilingualreader1.blogspot.bg

ShikhaReadster

Hello, my name is Banhi Shikha and I am a fervent lover of books. I started this blog on a whim in the summer of 2017. At the time, I really had no idea what I was doing. I just wanted to share my love for fictional world with fellow book lovers. Since then I had the privilege of ‘meeting’ many incredible readers and authors through this blog.

Little bit about me… Growing up in India in the 90’s meant books were my only salvation. As a kid I used to read regional literature more. My childhood was filled with books of Satyajit Ray, Rabindranath Tagore, Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay. Now I try to read across various genres. I love to talk about the books I am reading, I can talk about them all day long. So it was only a matter of time before I started a book blog.

I am a passionate reader. My favorite kind of books are those which make my heart skip a beat and force me to stay up till 4AM so that I can finish them in one sitting. While reading a story, I completely forget the world around me. I cannot tell you how many times I have missed my stop because of that.

Unlike many people I have no problem with spoilers (dunno why). Sometimes, after reading hundred something pages, I read the ending, then go back and continue with rest of the story. I know, I am weird.

Check out my review policy section to know more about my reading taste or how I select which books to review.
https://shikhareadster.wordpress.com/policies/

Thanks for your time and attention.

‘Read and Prosper’

https://shikhareadster.wordpress.com/

Life With All The Books

This is a blog where I review books and create book lists. Basically anything and everything bookish! I review a wide range of books across most genres.

https://lifewithallthebooks.com

bookGeeks

Find the best books written by Indian authors on bookGeeks.in, a book review blog dedicated to Indian authors. We do Book Reviews, Author Interviews and help Indian authors promote their books.

https://www.bookgeeks.in

The Tattooed Book

The Tattooed Book is run by Cara, an ex-bookseller who previously has had reviews published in The Bookseller, Things and Ink magazine and Starburst Magazine. With a passion for the dark, weird and wonderful, she’ll review anything from science fiction to biographical graphic novels.

http://www.thetattooedbook.com/

Another Book in the Wall

A young adult book blog where I review, rave, and ramble over all things books!

https://justanotherbookinthewall.wordpress.com

Michigan in Books

Michigan in Books is dedicated reviewing and promoting books on Michigan and the Great Lakes including: fiction, history, travel, biography, current events, industry, the Great Lakes, and the Michigan experience in all its facets. The blog reviews books by major commercial publishers, university presses, small independent Michigan presses, and self-published authors. It is especially interested in small presses and self-published books because they get so little attention and there is no corporate ad money supporting sales. No negative reviews are published. If the reviewer can’t write a positive review the book isn’t reviewed.

https://michiganinbooks.blogspot.com

Scrutinizing Masochists: A Blog for Reviewing Fiction

We’re two girls who blog about all things fiction! We review primarily books, fiction, non-fiction, visual and virtual novels and otherwise, but also movies, games, podcasts, and TV shows. Uploads come out weekly every Friday at midnight EST, and sometimes Saturdays. We do not have a preference as to what books we’ll read, we’ll just tell you if we liked them! Our reviews are serious, but with a hint of comedy. Every month, we’ll set out a lineup of reviews, featuring a “monthly” review that we work on together. We also have a poll that you can go and vote on to decide what we’ll review in the future! Everything can be a story, and we’re a blog that likes to write about that. Come check us out!

https://scrutinizingmasochists.blogspot.ca

Suzy’s Book Shelf

I’ve  started my site and its matching blog a little while ago in February of this year to be exact, when my addiction to reading, and subsequent desire to talk about them has lead me to this path , Books that intrigue and excite, make your heart race, your pulse throb , that they literally transport you any where, to be anyone and do anything, made me want to start writing down my thoughts and feelings good or bad about the books I am reading.
A total novice, but enjoying the heck out of it

As it turned out I’m not the only one with such an addiction and I feel like I’ve found my passion, something sadly missing of late, I’ve had the privilege of “READING” an incredible number of amazingly wonderful books and have friended some incredibly talented authors on Facebook with a shared love for reading. I know they are a lot of us bloggers out there, but the demon on my shoulder is telling me to do it, Self taught all along the way. I can’t tell you how happy it makes me knowing there are so many other people out there whose hearts race when their favorite book is mentioned, who like me sometimes pull an all niter to read ‘cos’they just *HAVE* to finish their book and to see if anyone else felt the same emotions and then love to share  their recommendations.

https://www.smutalicious-bookshelf.com/