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Book Blogs for Fiction

These bloggers review and discuss fiction books of all sorts offering book reviews on a wide variety of authors, either written or performed on video.

Like a good website, the book blogs have a slant or angle the blogger takes, such as a topic, theme, or country of origin they prefer to pull from.

Bag Full of Books

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Arpita blogs about fiction books on Bag Full of Books from her home in Kolkata, India.

She heavily emphasizes reviews of the classics and children’s books.

She also shares library hauls and collective book reviews set and written from all over the world.

Want to know her top 10 books of 2015?

She has you covered.

Kath Reads

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Kath in Germany reads all sorts of fiction, primarily focusing on young adult, middle-grade, romance, and literary books.

The majority of what she posts are honest book reviews, weekly memes, book challenges, library hauls, and book lists.

She offers creative recommendations as well for specific selections of books.

Miranda’s Notebook

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Miranda loves reading cozy fiction classics in the UK and runs a book club for other readers.

Her blog encompasses her written journal entries, the reader side with her book club, and a youtube channel.

She discusses what she has read and offers opinions and recommendations for others in various videos.

The Bibliofile

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The blogger behind the Bibliofile loves fiction books on any theme, reading classics as much as new releases.

There are plenty of reviews to read and use when selecting a new book.

One of the highlights of the Bibliofile is the number of listicles and book lists.

There are a wide variety of themes.

The Book Satchel

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The Book Satchel reviews books in roundups, such as short story collections or books by one particular author.

She explains each collection or author in detail and makes recommendations.

There is also a feature when the blogger reviews the monthly book subscription book offering insight into its contents.

Book Blogs for Nonfiction

Nonfiction readers often have specific subjects they like to read about and know a great detail about that topic and its niches.

Find the best nonfiction bloggers covering true crime, children’s informational books, or memoirs.

The Nonfiction Detectives

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If your kid loves learning, but you have trouble finding the right nonfiction book, these librarians can help answer your query.

The blog uses tags to help categorize all the entries, making it easy to narrow a search down to just a handful of posts about the subject.

The blog posts also use easy-to-understand language.

SMS Nonfiction Book Reviews

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A lover of nonfiction, SMS Nonfiction Book Reviews focus on the many aspects of nonfiction, organizing them with an extensive tag system and a variety of topics.

The reviews on this blog include cookbooks, psychology books, educational manuals, and true crime studies with the rare book event thrown it.

My Business Book Blog

The blog does what it says in its title; it is a blog devoted to business books.

This blog has reviews of many informational books that revolve around creating and running a business.

They also include books about motivational speakers and entrepreneurs that have evolved into successful business people.

What’s Nonfiction?

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When a fiction lover found herself exclusively reading nonfiction, she started a blog to share her reviews.

The books reviewed are a wide variety about the blogger specifies that she doesn’t review cookbooks or dating books, aiming more towards history studies.

She also offers copy-editing services through her website.

Grace’s Review of Books

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Grace reviews anything nonfiction with short and focused book reviews.

Her favorite subgenres include memoirs, autobiographies, and biographies of celebrities and historical figures.

She’s also dabbled in TV show tie-in series like books that explain the background of TV series like 1960s advertising in Mad Men.

Book Blogs for Novels

Crime By the Book

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Abby loves crime novels, especially those set in Scandinavia.

Check out her book reviews for opinions on the latest Nordic Noir novel.

Take in one of her recommendations if you want a suspenseful read of a psychological thriller or a mystery to unravel.

She also has a read-along section with Twitter hashtags and attends popular book events.

She Reads Romance Books

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This blogger exclusively reads romance books and dishes about the best of them.

Her blog includes book reviews, quizzes to find the best new-to-you romance recommendations, and a shop to purchase reading lists and journals.

The blogger also features many library hauls and reviews for annual ‘best of’ lists.

The Espresso Edition

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Nothing goes better than books and coffee.

This blogger shares the novels she’s reading in cozy photos of coffee and stunning backdrops.

While she features plenty of book reviews, she also branches out into advice with lifestyle tips and fashion discussions.

Her book blog is cozy and aimed at a crowd that wants to simplify their life.

The Literary Lifestyle

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Jules Buono shares novels she’s reading and invites women to read along with her book club.

Her book reviews have been featured on several television shows, and he’s been invited to the Oprah’s Book Club segment and read a piece on the Today Show.

Her blog aims to be a women’s book reading corner on the internet.

Never Enough Novels

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As the title implies, this blog is about novels of any genre.

Check out mini reviews so you can quickly decide if you like a title or not.

Alongside the reviews, the blogger also includes book lists and a romance reading challenge where prompts are given, and readers attempt to read books that correspond to them.

Book Blogs for General Books

These bloggers read anything that strikes their fancy, from fiction to nonfiction, so you’re sure to find a book that suits your interests. They also include elements of their lives with their book reviews, so you get the perfect mix of a book blog and a lifestyle blog.

What’s Hot?

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Laura runs a blog about books, travel, and her life.

She loves to share what she’s currently reading and tie it into her daily eating adventures.

She includes simple and delicious recipes for those dishes along the way so you can read and eat along with her.

Juliet’s Library

Juliet is a photographer and book lover based in London, the UK, that shares stunning photos of what she’s reading.

She typically shares roundups of books she’s read each season or year grouped by date, genre, or theme.

Juliet also produces photographs for book covers giving her an insight into the industry.

The Ardent Biblio

Michaela reads all sorts of books, mostly literary fiction or fantasy.

She posts reading roundups, library hauls, and lifestyle articles and aims to gather together voracious readers who pursue reading like it’s a type of lifestyle rather than just a hobby they dip into from time to time.

The Literary Edit

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Lucy posts book reviews of all genres, author interviews, and photos of beautiful bookstores.

In addition to a store, she offers “bibliotherapy sessions” where for a price, readers can contact her, talk about their literary interests, discuss what they would like to be reading, and receive recommendations about which blog to invest their time in next.

Books and Bao

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The bloggers behind Books and Bao have diverse tastes, but both love to showcase books that tell of cultural experiences worldwide.

You’ll find posts about manga, dystopian novels, translated books, and horror novels.

Their reading lists about bookshops sit nicely alongside their food and drink sections featuring culinary adventures and discussions about art.

Book Blogs for Science Fiction & Fantasy

If you love escaping reality in favor of science fiction or fantasy, check out recommendations from these top bloggers. Each blog is aimed at a different audience, from young adults to speculative fiction readers, and focuses on different aspects of the genres, including thoughts on classics and new releases.

My Literary Soiree

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Started as a way to keep their books in order, the blogger at My Literary Soiree loves fantasy books and reviews them honestly.

They also include TV and movie recommendations alongside their lengthy list of books to read.

An exciting feature is that they review books they didn’t finish, which could help readers avoid a book they may not like.

The Spine View

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A self-described bibliophile, the blogger Lisa focuses on science fiction and fantasy, especially for young adults and middle-grade readers, although she reads almost everything.

She rates her reviews on a five-star system and makes recommendations alongside her reviews.

She also includes a wishlist or to-be-read section and annual reading challenges.

Reader Fox

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The blogger at Reader Fox loves science fiction, fantasy, and speculative fiction, so you’ll get great recommendations from her page.

Other features of her blog include Passalong Pages, where books travel from person to person with the intention of more people getting access to great books.

She also features reading challenges, book lists, and a wishlist database.

Fly Into Books

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This blog focuses on science fiction novels and poetry, with detailed reviews to help you decide what to read next if you like what they’ve read.

Each review includes cultural tips, curated book lists, and how-to articles and recommendations or snapshots into other lifestyles a reader could investigate.


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This page reviews science fiction books, both new releases, and classics, from classic outer space battles to books about crimes committed in space.

The author features a diverse collection of reviews spanning over twenty years that also includes horror as well as author interviews, award lists, and curated recommendations.

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