That Bookish Princess

Hi! My name is Julie, and I’m a blogger at That Bookish Princess. A little about me . . . I’m seventeen-going-on-eighteen, a junior in high school, ailurophile (which is just a fancy word for cat-lover), HUGE Disney fan, and proud resident of New England. My dream in life is to become a Children’s/Young Adult book editor living in the city, and I’m slowly working my way to achieving that!

I am (obviously) a super-passionate lover of any and all MG/YA books, but I have a special place in my heart for those with bookish, romantic, and mythological story lines, with Percy Jackson, The Ugly Stepsister, and Between the Lines all being among my favorites <3

In addition, I am also a self-proclaimed Thunderclaw (Thunderbird/Ravenclaw) which I think perfectly sums me up because I love to adventure, especially through stories!

When I don’t have my head stuck in a book, you can probably find me either cuddling with my calico cat, baking treats in the kitchen, studying hard for all my classes, jamming out to the top 40 songs, or fangirling over all my favorite TV shows 😀

https://www.thatbookishprincess.com

Karen Reads

I will review most genres, but I particularly enjoy Contemporary Fiction, Mystery & Thrillers, Young Adult, and Cozy Mysteries. I will also review children and middle-grade books with the help of my kids. (my kids are ages 7 and 9).

I will not review books containing graphic sex, drug usage, murder (or other hideous crimes), or excessive foul language.

http://www.karenreads.net

Modern Breeze

Welcome to the world of Modern Breeze where the mind is without fear and is full of creativity. The world of change is here only with Modern Breeze. Come and join us.

https://modernbreeze.blogspot.com/

Little Irish Bookologist

Hey there! I am a relatively new book blogger (I’ve only been at it for 9 months so far) and I love to read. I felt that I wanted to connect more with other readers around the world, so I started my book blog. On the blog right now I have some book reviews, but at the moment I’m working on new content.

https://littleirishbookologist.wordpress.com/

Set a Spell Book Blog

Set a Spell is a book blog hosted by contemporary women’s fiction author Tinthia Clemant. I primarily feature women’s fiction and romance books but I’m open to other genres as well. I invite you to take a look at the books I’ve featured to determine if your book would be a good fit. Due to time constraints, I don’t offer reviews. No BDSM or erotica.

https://www.tinthiaclemant.com/set-a-spell-book-blog/

Chasm of Books

Chasm of Books is a YA book blog featuring primarily scifi/fantasy books, with the occasional contemporary to cleanse the pallet.

https://chasmofbooks.com/

That Book I Love

My blog contains my reviews and opinions of the recent book I read/consumed. Apart from reviews , I also post some fun bookish contents like book tags and favourites.

https://thatbookilove.blogspot.com/?m=1

Jenchaos Reviews

This is a blog the contains book reviews, issues about reading and literacy. There are articles about authors that have inspired us-young and old. Finally, it is meant to inspire others to read.

http://www.jenchaosreviews.com

Gina Rae Mitchell

I am all about finding the joy in life. I’m an avid reader of all genres and love to share my finds. You will find book reviews, book lists, author recommendations, monthly lists of books I’ve finished, and more here. Since I unfortunately can’t survive on books alone, I also throw in some recipes, crafts, and a bit on family life.

https://ginaraemitchell.com

Booked J

BOOKED J is a ultimately a literary blog. With a minimal dip into lifestyle blogging, Booked J primarily featuring book reviews, discussions, hauls and photography, with an occasional sprinkle of personal writing tossed in for good measure.

Created in the spring of 2007 by Jessica, now a twenty-something year old singer and avid reader from the Chicago area, who has no actual idea what she is doing. Booked J has a love for a variety of genres but especially YA, NA, poetry and fantasy.

http://bookandbroadway.blogspot.com