Over a year ago I wrote a post sharing my favourite book blogs, and while I still love all of those very much (at least those that still exist – RIP Noteable Pad), I’ve discovered a lot of wonderful new bloggers in the past year. So today I am sharing some of those with you, in chronological order based on how long I’ve been following them!
Stephanie reads a bit of everything, with lots of non-fiction thrown into the mix. She’s my favourite blogger when it comes to adult book reviews, and I can usually find at least one book mentioned in her wrap-ups that I’ve had on my wishlist for ages. She’s always really lovely and intelligent, so definitely give her a follow!
Pages Unbound is such a fascinating blog. It features lots of book reviews and bookish posts, but also quite a bit of college advice and academia discussions. They always have a lot to say and they know how to say it, making for really smart and interesting posts. They also reply to comments with really long, thorough answers, which is something I really appreciate! If you’re interested in college posts, classics, and the occasional blogging tips and bookshop reviews, do check out their blog!
Hollie writes really good reviews. She mostly reads YA fiction, which is not usually my favourite genre, but her choices in YA books somehow match mine. She reviews lots of diverse books, and occasionally there’s a bit of non-fiction to be found on her blog. Every now and then she also writes some random posts about all kinds of things, like learning a new language or her experience at YALC, and they are always entertaining and interesting.
I love book bloggers who don’t just talk about books, but have a second interest they share every now and then. Hilary works as a music therapist, which is a really fascinating job, and she has a series called Saturday Song, in which she shares a song she has been enjoying lately. But of course most of her posts are bookish – book reviews and some features here and there. Her reading taste seems to include a bit of everything, which guarantees that her blog will never get boring. She is a very kind person and always lovely to interact with!
Azia reads a lot of YA books, which is, as mentioned before, not usually my favourite genre. But there’s something about her blog that I absolutely love. She has a really wonderful personality, and she leaves the nicest comments. Seriously, she’s so sweet, one of the kindest and most entertaining bloggers I’ve found. She also loves The Song of Achilles, and honestly anyone who loves that book is immediately my fave. She’s just absolutely delightful to talk to, so do check out her blog!
This blog is GOLD. So many amazing reviews of diverse books! And Sinead is really lovely and approachable too, which never hurts. She reads lots of books that I have never heard of, in all sorts of different genres, as long as they’re diverse. She lives in Germany, where I was born and grew up, and she reviews German books every now and then as well. Her blog is just really interesting, so go give her a follow!
Do you guys follow any of these bloggers? Are you going to? If you have any favourites, please do share their links in the comments below – I’d love some recommendations!
‘Till next time and happy reading!