The Hungry Bookworm

The Hungry Bookworm combines all the best things about books with all the best things about food. Each book review is paired with a recipe, inspired by the book or mentioned in the pages, making it the perfect companion for book clubs! In addition to reviews/recipes, I participate in monthly book lists and book tours.

https://www.hungry-bookworm.com

Books Quotes and a Cup of Coffee

My blog is all about Classics, Classic mysteries Suspense Thrillers.

https://shaletrjimmy.blogspot.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

The BookWorm Drinketh

I am an avid reader and an alcohol connoisseur.. which is totally different from an alcoholic.. I swear. I wanted to create an open forum to pair books with alcoholic beverages based on the theme, feel and/or content of the book. I will warn you right now that I enjoy most genres, so prepare to expect the unexpected. You could see anything from Romance to Bizarro! Please join me on my pairing journey and join the discussion! (but, don’t imbibe too much, I’m trying to keep things civil here! … Although, I’m always up for a good debate! 😘)

I love everything books, booze and food and love to blog about all, or sometimes I Digress and just do my own thing because.. Why not??

Join me for my Book Reviews/Drink Pairings, my National Food & Drink Celebrations, Far Side Fridays, and Game On Saturdays!

http://thebookwormdrinketh.com

RJ’s Views

Built on the foundation of “old school values” handed down to me by my grandparents.
I have been “Sharing It Straight” for ten years. No fluff and stuff, just honest, unbiased reviews.
Visit RJ’s Views. where character is more than a fictional creation.

http://www.rjsviews.com/

K.J’s Athenaeum

Award-winning author K.J. Simmill presents her personal Athenaeum, where you’ll find reviews of her latest reads, and the occasional update on her own work.
Most of the books she reads and reviews, outside of her role as one of Readers’ Favourites official reviewers, are produced by Indie authors.
Snuggle down with a good read, and don’t forget to KS the Dreamer x

http://www.darrienia.com

a Girl With Her Head Stuck in a Book

Hey! I’m a bookworm vicariously living my life through thrillers, chick lit and YA books. Though will happily read any book put in my hands 🙂 especially those friends say “You need to read immediately, you won’t regret it!!” My challenge for 2018 is to read 100 books, I’m also trying to read at least one non-fiction book a month. On my blog, you will find all things bookish from book reviews to book hauls.

https://agirlwithherheadstuckinabook.blogspot.com/

The Cozy Orca

The Cozy Orca focuses on short, to the point reviews. Sometimes I live-blog while I’m working on a manuscript. There’s a life aspect to the blog, too, with DIYs, recipes, and holistic wellness. Also, there are pictures of puppies.

http://www.thecozyorca.com

Rea-View All About It

My blog is about the books that I read. I read so many books, that I thought I should write about them. Let others know about the books, what I liked, loved or disliked. Talk about my favourite authors and favourite books.

https://reaviewallaboutit.blogspot.com.au

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