Photos + Writings – book reviews and other literary musings

I’m a great reader of mysteries, literary and historical fiction and have begun to share reviews about what I’ve been reading. I am a writer of poetry and short stories and a budding photographer. So, occasionally, I’ll share my own poems and photos.

http://www.janecairns.com

Stacey’s Book Blog

I’m an author who loves to read! I also love supporting other authors. Stacey’s Book Blog provides book reviews in the following fiction genres: humor, romantic-comedies, contemporary romance (with happily-ever-afters), time travel, children’s books. I will also consider requests from non-fiction authors writing on the following topics: endurance running, sports/athletics, writing, animal welfare, business & money, environment, green living, personal finance and motivational books.

I will not review books with: science fiction, fantasy, religious or prayer books, or books with rape or violent scenes.

My book blog provides book reviews as well as exclusive author interviews. The aim of my blog is to help readers find their next book!

Please note: I require a paperback copy of the book be mailed or a Kindle (.mobi) friendly e-book sent for review (no PDF’s).

http://www.staceyritzbooks.com/staceys-book-blog

Artisan Book Reviews

We do engaging professional book reviews and effective book promotion to increase your book sales.
Readers and authors love our award winning website. We will connect you with readers and boost your sales.

https://artisanbookreviews.com/

The Eclectic Review

Welcome to The Eclectic Review. I have been writing reviews since 2009 and I love finding new authors to read. I am open to any genre, fiction or non-fiction.

https://eclecticreview.com/

Brainfarts & Books

I read and blog about a little bit of this and a little bit of that. I love mysteries and thrillers. I’m always in search of a good self-help book. I love galleys and physical books and e-books. I also listen to audiobooks quite a bit. I am a Mom of three amazing boys and when I don’t have my nose in a book, I enjoy working out, watching sports, eating sushi, drinking wine, and of course, spending time with my family.

https://brainfartsandbooks.wordpress.com

Irrevocably Me

A dreamer. A writer. An avid reader whose middle name could very well be Netflix.

I love reading and I enjoy writing just as much. Short fiction intertwined with posts blaring out poetry is what you would get to read here.

When I am not reading or writing, I am mostly catching up on my backlog of TV series.

https://irrevocablyme.in/

All About Fame

All about Fame is the place where the Bookish Fame Writes, where she pours her heart. It is entirely a niche carved for books and literature. Bookish Fame loves to explore the dwelling of books as well as her own heart. This has brought alive the blog.
The blog is open to accepting guest posts from other bloggers as we grow as we interact. There are a few guest posts which are featured on the blog and the due credit is given to the author. This way, Bookish Fame aspires to create a community of readers and writers who are receptive to new ideas and willing to encourage others.

https://khyatigautam.wordpress.com/

Books in My Baggage Blog

A book blog that advocates the habit of reading. Our main goal is to create a community of book readers and dreamers.

http://www.booksinmybaggage.com/

Book Therapy

counsellor and author. Passionate about literature, psychology, life and mental health she launched Book Therapy as a form of non-conventional therapy and personal coaching.

Bijal is a top writer on Medium for the category ‘Reading’ and ‘Poetry’. Bijal is also the author and publisher of The Happiness Mindset under the pen name Brandon Stanberg. The book details 12 life strategies, designed to make you happier and more successful.

Our concept is based around the simple idea that ‘reading heals’ and specifically prescribed reading can make us more self-aware, informed, happier and resilient. Reading to heal is an age-old, timeless form of therapy, prevalent since the beginning of written verse. Reading is therapeutic and it allows us to connect with other characters (fictional or non-fictional) who face similar issues. By connecting with them we feel understood – our plight has been acknowledged and we are not alone in how we are feeling. Instead, we are guided and inspired by how others deal with these issues. Our conscious and sub-conscious mind escapes into a form of meditation that can not only be therapeutic, but also relaxing and entertaining, offering respite from the daily stresses of modern life.

https://booktherapy.io/blogs/news

A Spoonful of Honi

A Spoonful of Honi is dedicated to reviewing books and talking about reading in a fun way. It feature list recommendations and reviews throughout the month along with lifestyle content.

https://aspoonfulofhoni.com/