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The Elegant Variation

http://marksarvas.blogs.com/elegvar/

Mark Sarvas is a professional screenwriter, novelist, and the author of the popular and controversial literary weblog “The Elegant Variation”. His blog is dedicated to the best of contemporary fiction, and his posts are incisive, well-written critiques of the books he finds most worthy. This is a blog for the discerning reader.

TEV 2.0 - Launch of the newsletter edition
by TEV over 2 years ago
Literary LA: Must-See Events
by TEV about 3 years ago

Archimedes Forgest

http://sarahrettger.blogspot.com/

Sarah Rettger is a grad student and part-time bookseller at the Harvard University Bookstore. This blogger is particularly fond of historical fiction for young adults, and especially the classic stories of the Bronte sisters, Jane Austen and the like. Her reviews are a bit like book reports--more summaries with observations added rather than critical assessment. Her writing is strong and her point of view interesting. A great blog for high school English students and college lit majors.


Bookavore

http://bookavore.wordpress.com/

The Bookavore is a Brooklyn bookseller who virtually 'devours' books and then blogs about the meal. This reviewer does not post negative reviews, which means all of the books mentioned here are also her recommendations for a good read. Reviews include a wide variety of genres, but focus mainly on teen fiction, adult non-fiction, comics/graphic novels, and some select adult fiction.



Parajunkee's View

http://www.parajunkee.com

Parajunkee's View is the home of all things paranormal. The blog is a promotion/review spot for books, movies and anything else that might be of interest to this generation that is obsessed with the FANGED FURRED & WINGY. The focus is BOOKS, specifically ones in the Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, YA Paranomal, Fantasy and Science Fiction genres.

Flirting With Fame – Author Interview and Giveaway!
by Patti over 1 year ago
Feature & Follow time is here!!
by Parajunkee over 1 year ago

ReadingDiva's Blog

http://readingdiva.com

This blog is all about reading, books, authors, reviews and recommendations. We read almost any genre, Romance, Romance Paranormal, YA Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, Erotica, Mystery & Thriller. It is all about Books!

Spotlight: The Masters of Seduction Collection – Paranormal Romance Boxed Set
by ReadingDiva over 3 years ago
Review: Behind His Eyes (Consequences) by Aleatha Romig
by ReadingDiva over 3 years ago


1000 + Books to Read

http://www.1000plusbookstoread.com

1000 + Books to Read is a Book Review blog and fun features such as Guest Posts by Authors and Book Giveaways! From Vampires to Romance, Werewolves to Mysteries, Fairies to Sci Fi. You name it we've got it!


Frugal Experiments

http://www.frugalexperiments.com

Frugal Experiments is about experimenting in frugality; exploring the many ways to save money on groceries, household necessities and health & beauty items and implementing those ways. Here are some of the categories that I post about: low cost recipes, menu planning, stockpiling, coupons, freebies, rebates, gardening, canning and preserving in season produce, Coupon matchup, Frugal tips, book reviews, Product reviews and giveaways.


Full Moon Bites

http://fullmoonbites.blogspot.com

Full Moon Bites is a book blog that reviews a wide variety of genres from YA to Erotica. We also host author interviews, guest posts, a feature called Author of the Week and a couple others along with giveaways.


Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf

http://melissaseclecticbookshelf.blogspot.com

I'm Melissa and live in central Jersey with my fiance and 6 year old kitty Piper. I fell in love with books at an early age and love to curl up with a cup of tea, my cat and almost anything printed that I can lay my hands upon. I love all genres except Horror and Erotic and will read almost anything that catches my interest.

Cat Thursday – ♥ My Boy ♥
by Melissa over 1 year ago
Excerpt and #Giveaway: The Groom Wore Plaid (Highland Weddings #2) by Gayle Callen
by Melissa over 1 year ago


The Write to Make a Living

http://www.thewritetomakealiving.com

I have loved books from the moment I was able to hold them in my hands. Reading is my absolute favorite thing in the world to do. While I can't accept every review request, I promise to read every accepted book from cover to cover.

The Girl With All The Gifts by M.R. Carey
by Stacey Donaldson over 1 year ago
Hold Me Close by Megan Hart
by Stacey Donaldson over 1 year ago


The Book Blurb

http://thebookblurb.blogspot.com

Crawl under the covers with me! Read my advance reviews of books soon to hit the bookstores. I love variety in my reading choices, so you never know what you might find here! I figure you can go to Amazon or any other site to read a synopsis of a book. I don't do book reports here! This site is focused on MY opinion of each novel.


Reflections of a Bookaholic

http://www.reflectionsofabookaholic.com

This blog reflects my ongoing journey with books. Many blogs review new books and keep track of up and coming book related issues. My blog hopes to be a home for anyone who reads books, needs to know about particular books, or any person who is bored and needs something to catch their eye for a short while. The content will mostly focus on good reads new and old. I will review books I read. I hope to provide lists, resources, and other fun stuff I find helpful as a reader. Maybe I can uncover an underrated/forgotten book for you! In addition, this blog seeks to be a conversation between readers about thoughts and reflections concerning the life, times, and hardships (wink, wink) of a reader.

Bookish Etsy
by Alexis @ Reflections of a Bookaholic almost 3 years ago
Review: Wedding Night (Audiobook)
by Alexis @ Reflections of a Bookaholic almost 3 years ago

The Avid Reader

http://theavidreader.typepad.com

Once upon a time there was a girl who devoured books as though they were candy... I read a lot of different types of fiction, including but not limited to: contemporary fiction, short stories, young adult, thrillers, crime, mystery and horror. If you would like to request that I review your book, please send me an email at kimtheavidreader @ gmail dot com.

The Problem with Being a "Book Review Blog"
by The Avid Reader about 3 years ago
Guest Post: Author Amanda Lance
by The Avid Reader over 3 years ago

Every Free Chance Book Reviews

http://everyfreechance.com

If you are like me, you are a busy mom who loves to read and will read every free chance you can possibly get! (Spare time is rare for us moms.) This is a book review blog of books I have read. I'll tell you if I think the book is any good, if I would recommend it, and if I will read it again.

Blue Apron: Goat Cheese & Kale Quiche
by Melissa Ruiz over 1 year ago
Julie’s Review: Saving Sophie by Ronald H. Balson
by Melissa Ruiz over 1 year ago





The Tiny Book Nook

http://tinybooknook.blogspot.com

The Tiny Book Nook is a blog dedicated to books. From reviews to weekly book events and challenges, this blog is all about the joy of reading, sharing ideas, thoughts, and opinions. In The Tiny Book Nook, books in the following genre are reviewed: mystery, young adult, contemporary/literary fiction, historical fiction, autobiographies/memoirs, short story collections.

Review: City of the Sun by Juliana Maio
by Jo almost 3 years ago
Review: The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
by Jo about 3 years ago