The Book Lovers’ Sanctuary

The blog is wholly devoted to book reviews, although I do have other side blogs, and predominantly features Young Adult novels as a result of my job as a teacher – teaching 12-18 year olds. As an English Literature graduate from the University of Cambridge and with fifteen years’ experience of teaching English Language and Literature, I love both literary and historical fiction as well as generally urban fantasy, speculative fiction and steampunk novels. As an aspiring crime writer as well, I naturally devour large amounts of crime fiction.

I like to think that my reviews are honest but fair and informed by a wide experience of reading in a wide range of genres.

Please engage and challenge if you disagree!

https://bookloverssanctuary.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/

Writing from the Heart

I have always been a big lover of fiction; whether it be soppy romance or dark scary, horrors. I love curling up with a good book, whether it be paperback or kindle edition! There is no one typical genre that I enjoy more than another; if the story grabs me then it is a winner to me. So, when I saw that other people were blogging about the books that they had been reading, well…i just had to give it a go myself. I love reading stories and then sharing them with my followers via WordPress/Twitter, etc.

The main topic of my blog is books/authors but I also create my own short stories too which I share on my blog every so often.

https://writingfromtheheart.blog

Dusting the Soul

Dusting the Soul is a book and creative writing blog mainly focused on YA fantasy, sci-fi and dystopian fiction. I review books and also host tours, interviews, cover reveals and other author events.

https://dustingthesoul.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

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

vithyas blog

Hi i am vithya, an extreme introvert, i am an avid reader who has a serpentine wishlist of books and dreams of having her own library of heaven one day. My blog is the only place where you can hear of otherwise shy me. I blog to record my reading journey and i take immense pride in it. Ciya 🙂

https://vithyasblogg.wordpress.com

jvbaptie.com

I review crime fiction and other general adult fiction. I’m also a crime fiction author and I interview other authors as requested.

https://jvbaptie.com/

Eastern Sunset Reads

Eastern Sunset Reads was started back in October 2010 to keep track of my own thoughts on the books I am reading. It has evolved very little over the years, it still remains my thoughts on the books I am reading, but with a little less rambling than in the beginning. I post reviews 3 to 5 days a week and also post lists, tags, discussions and occasional giveaways and author interviews. I also have a few consistent features, each Friday night I post a review on a Children’s book for Bedtime Stories, I have events for Children’s Book Week and Banned Book Week. I also host a Rhode Island Author month to support my local authors and in December an Advent Reads event featuring a new holiday book each day leading up to Christmas.

I read a wide variety of books including Children’s Books, Early Reader, Middle Grade, Young Adult, Romance, Graphic Novels and Fantasy. You can find a more specific list on my blog for books I will and will not accept for review.

Thank you for taking the time and I hope you will stop by for a visit. ~Ang

https://easternsunset-reads.blogspot.com/

Amy’s Book Obsession

This blog began as a place to keep track of the many books that I read as well as my reviews of those books. The blog is meant to be a place for anyone who loves books and reading to come to learn about books, add to their TBR and all sorts of bookish things!

http://amysbookobsession.blogspot.com/