The Lesbrary


The Lesbrary is a fabulous lesbian literary blog that offers quite a few links to book news outside the blog, as well as writing reviews of lesbian fiction. It is written by Danika, a Canadian English major.

Link Round Up: May 29 – June 3
by Danika @ The Lesbrary about 4 years ago
Kalyanii reviews My Awesome Place by Cheryl Burke
by Danika @ The Lesbrary about 4 years ago

A Brain Scientist's Take on Writing


This neuroscience graduate student from MIT studies what your brain looks like on literature. But this blogger is also a writer. On this blog, neuroscience and writing come together with Livia's unique analytical approach to literature.

Brain Science for Writers Roundup 7/28/15
by noreply@blogger.com (Livia Blackburne) almost 3 years ago
Brain Science for Writers 7/21/15
by noreply@blogger.com (Livia Blackburne) about 3 years ago

Writer Unboxed


Writer Unboxed brings you dissections of great books and movies in the hope that they can discover what makes them work so well. But this blog is packed with other goodies! Learn from these writers on what publishing is like from the other side of a contract, read interviews, participate in caption contests, or just read up on what it means to be a writer in general.

The Writer and Depression: When Comedy Meets Tragedy
by ML Swift over 2 years ago
Daydream Your Way To A Better Story
by Guest over 2 years ago

Gareth Bryant's Writing Page


This is the official writing blog of Gareth Bryant. To keep it simple: I just love writing poetry & writing generally. I can make a poem out of anything, and I can write about any subject matter. This is just one of the things that Allah has given me as a talent, and I plan to share that with as many individuals on Earth as possible. If you enjoy poetry/writing just as much as I do, or even more, then, this page is just for you & so is my writing & poetry. Any thoughts, reflections, advice, comments, complaints, please, feel free to leave them, so I can receive them, and make attempts to not only improve my own writing, but to make sure that whoever views this page is able to enjoy what I’m presenting even more, and if they’re not enjoying what’s being presented, that I go out of my way to make sure that they do enjoy it. Thanks in advance, Gareth Bryant

Melody of Madness:
by Gareth Bryant over 2 years ago
Eyewitnesses in San Bernardino: “Three Tall White Men”
by Gareth Bryant over 2 years ago

Some of Her Parts


Blog written by author Natascha Scrivener, featuring interviews with writers such as Joanne Harris, Nancy Garden and writers from Friends, Will & Grace and The Simpsons to name but a few. Also features pieces of her own work, rants, raves, reviews and interviews with up and coming writers.



This blog is all about Tagore, India's Nobel winner in Literature and possibly the world's greatest writer of poetry and prose across a range of topics, in English and his native Bengali, for adults and for children. I am translating his work into English.

শিবাজি-উৎসব /Shivaji Utsav/Celebrating Shivaji: An excerpt
by rumachak over 2 years ago
সাঁওতাল মেয়ে/Shaontal Meye/The Santhal Girl
by rumachak over 2 years ago



This is where it it all goes - the life of writer's emotions and all the honest poems that should probably be buried in silence. This is truth. The pouring out of soul and realising we're all in these very poems we'd rather hide in our underwear drawers. This is speaking... then living.

Mastering Intelligent decision-making
by ubomi over 3 years ago

Muses from the deep


A blog of short stories, poetry and reflection.

Valentinno - The Inkwell


The official blog of author, poet, writer, speaker, Valentinno

Bram Stoker


Abraham "Bram" Stoker (November 8, 1847 – April 20, 1912) was an Irish novelist and short story writer, best known today for his 1897 Gothic novel Dracula. During his lifetime, he was better known as personal assistant of actor Henry Irving and business manager of the Lyceum Theatre in London, which Irving owned.

Kung Fu Vampire: I Count
by noreply@blogger.com (.) over 2 years ago
Viy (Forbidden Empire) / Вий ( Director: Oleg Stepchenko )
by noreply@blogger.com (.) almost 3 years ago

Tales of Mystery and Imagination


Tales of Mystery and Imagination “Once again...welcome to my house. Come freely. Go safely; and leave something of the happiness you bring.” (Bram Stoker, Dracula)

Pere Calders: El baralló perdut
by noreply@blogger.com (.) over 2 years ago
Stephen King: Survivor
by noreply@blogger.com (.) over 2 years ago

Stranger in a Strange Land


A look at the odd, exciting, and sometimes terrifying world of ancient mythology.



Retired Major and former Paratrooper Chris Allen explodes onto the action thriller scene with his literary brainchild Intrepid and associated blogs on writing, researching and publishing best-selling thriller novels.

The Bookaholic's Rehab


A book review blog with other relevant reading life anecdotes

Contemporary Books


Honest and thoughtful reviews on modern and contemporary reads

viver para contar


Words that come from the soul. My days in pictures.



My artistic take on the happenings in the life of a med student.

A Cheeky Book Addict's Thoughts


Reviews of an array of literature from any genre, and any time period. I love discovering new authors, and spend the majority of my weekly commutes hidden in a book lost in another world! Please leave comments and if you would like me to review independent work, please contact me through blogger or twitter @sophieshizzle.

Jade the Obscure


“The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid.” ― Jane Austen An honest book review, poetry and literary musings blog!

Novel Infatuatus


Novel Infatuatus is a blog for those who love to read. On my blog I review classics as well as current literature as honestly as possible, hopefully without hurting anyone's feelings. The goal is to just keep everyone excited about reading!

The Literary Hedonist


Here you will find all manner of bookish posts, including reviews, photos, and projects. You will not, however, find any literary snobbery (at least, not much). I review nearly all genres, hence "literary hedonist."

The Chocolate Lady's Book Reviews


Davida Chazan's Blog for mostly book reviews and literary musings (and maybe some chocolate).

Once Upon A Book


My blog is mainly about YA books. But I read more genres and willing to Review the genres that I have specified on the blog’s “Review Policy” sections. In my blog you can find Book-Tags, Hauls, Top 10 and of course… Reviews. Sometimes I may write or post pictures of Book Fairs when I assist to this ones. I host Blog Tours as well as Giveaways. I’m open to discover new books and find friends around the Blogosphere.