TrueYABookBlogger

I love to read and my blog is like my baby. I try to post weekly, but sometimes it is like every two weeks. I do mainly YA books, but sometimes Adult or children. I read all sorts of things and do take requests. I also have a blog attached to it. Yeah… The blog is pretty weird. I will do Author interviews in the future. Thank you so much and have a wonderful day!

I read a wide variety of books and am willing to give any book a shot.
(You can find my review policies on my website.)

https://trueyabookblogger.wordpress.com/

Amy’s Bookshelf

Amy’s Bookshelf is a way for me to express my opinions about the novels I read, ranging from old classics to contemporary works of fiction. I never include spoilers in my reviews so no plots will be ruined for anyone who hasn’t read them yet. Also, every book I read I rate out of five stars and my ratings are placed at the top of the post so readers can see what I’ve rated it before they begin reading.

https://www.amybucklesbookshelf.co.uk

Stories from the margins

I am an avid reader who loves weird/speculative fiction. But, I also read literary fiction. I love talking about books and hope you love listening to me. I started reading when I was young and never stopped. I like books that explore new worlds in old ways and old worlds in new ways. I like books that tell old stories in new ways. I love tales of the weird. I like poems that tell stories and stories that read like poems

https://vikzwrites.wordpress.com

Fearless Creative

I’ve been blogging since 2013. Initially, Fearless Creative was a lifestyle blog consisting of product reviews, DIYs, musings, travel journals, and book reviews. In January 2017, I changed my blog focus to books and travel. I read over 100 books a year, just about every genre, though I lean more heavily toward YA, literary fiction, and cozy mysteries (cozies are my favorite!). While I do read the occasional paranormal/urban fantasy, it’s not my favorite genre unless it’s a cozy. Other than that, my tastes are fairly open. That being said, I hate love triangles with a passion, especially in YA books.

I review everything I read honestly, but do try to be constructive with criticism. On the rare occasion when I have such strong negative feelings about a book that I can’t be objective, I’ll withhold a review in fairness to the author.

https://thefearlesscreative.wordpress.com/

yaguitarist

Hi there. My name is Joanne and I create this blog to share about books and occasionally on travel. I love reading young adult novels and I do pick up some new adult/adult novels sometimes. 🙂

https://yaguitarist.wordpress.com/

Chloe’s Bookshelf

Hi! My name is Chloe and my blog is called ‘Chloe’s Bookshelf.’ I love to write book reviews, bookish discussions, monthly TBRs and more. I mostly read young adult books and my favourite genres are fantasy and contemporary, however I do enjoy trying different genres.

https://chloesbookshelfblog.wordpress.com/

Dreaming Of Happy Endings

Dreaming Of Happy Endings is a place for all my bookish things. I read mainly Young Adult, contemporary being my most-read genre, with some New Adult and Adult Chick-Lit or Mystery/Thriller every now and again, and review the books I read usually at least once a week. As well as book reviews, I also post about anything and everything book related that’s on my mind, and even talk about the odd movie or TV show every now and again.

http://dreamingofhappyendings.blogspot.com

Wishful Endings

Wishful Endings is where I geek out about all things bookish (mostly YA, but also Romance, Christian Fiction, LDS Fiction, and sometimes other genres and hobby titles)! I always include content info in my reviews so you know what you’re getting.

http://www.wishfulendings.com

Stranger Writings

My blog is a mixture of personal writings (short stories, poems and novel extracts), opinion pieces, and reviews. I’ve recently begun accepting indie/self-published books for review, to support fellow writers, and to expand my reading horizon. While I will post part of the review on the blog, with short versions for Amazon and Goodreads, the whole review would appear on Cultured Vultures (more people would see it anyway). I’d then do the usual social media.

https://adamjsmithauthor.blogspot.co.uk/

Thinking Like a Fangirl

Hey!
I’m also an author and as someone who knows the struggle to get a product to our audience is real and very very hard, I decided I would make my part as a reader and review every single book I read (I also very much much like to read so win-win situation here). I’ve been doing that on my own blog for about 3 months now (though I’ve had othe blogs through out my career) but I’ve reviewing book on my Goodreads page for quite some time now.
I always post my reviews there and Amazon (and may accept other request). You can see my review policy on my blog 🙂
I’m usualy up to trying new genre so just talk to me about your book (even if it doesn’t necessarily fit in my tastes), I like to discover new and wonderful books!
Thinking Like a Fangirl is tha chance to get books to an audience (sometimes not the audience you want but the one you need) and to have your career grow along side us!

http://like-a-fangirl.blogspot.com