4 Book Blogs to Add to Your TBR List
Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, we select a topic and handful of blogs that do a great job contributing to the conversation. This week’s roundup focuses on a few of our favorite book blogs. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet our writers at @BeyondBylines.
We’re approaching the end of the year, but there’s still time to meet your 2022 reading goal.
Whether you want to squeeze in one more good read before 2023, or you’re sick of DNFing books that your friends swore they couldn’t put down, these book blogs are sure to help you bulk up your reading list.
1. Brewing Writer
This blog’s creator, Sonia, has created a one-stop shop for book lovers and book writers. It features book reviews as well as freelance writing, “Bookstagram,” and blogging tips.
Sonia is a full-time book blogger and freelance writer, and she designed this blog to give people “a safe space to learn more about everything bookish, writing and digital marketing.”
Check out these recent posts:
- Review: Generation of Fragile by Germaine Thai
- Book Blogging For Beginners (10 Truths You Need To Hear Right Now)
- 40 Aesthetic Bookstagram Props (Plus Photo Taking Tips!)
Follow @soniasingh_ on Instagram.
2. Bookish Santa
‘Tis the season to find new books.
Read through the Booklings World blog to find the perfect book, then add it to your Wishlist so your loved ones know exactly what gift you want this holiday season.
Follow @BookishSanta on Twitter.
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— Bookish Santa (@BookishSanta) December 9, 2022
3. Avocado Diaries
The reviews of fiction and non-fiction books Sean has put together in this blog are great, but the weekly interview series is what sets this blog apart from others. The “In Conversation With” series gives you a personal look into these authors’ writing processes, and they have excellent advice for aspiring writers.
“Just write! Forget writing twenty pages of outlines and trying to get things perfect immediately,” says Sarah Priscus in her interview for the blog.
Posts to check out:
- In Conversation with Sarah Priscus
- Normal Family by Chrysta Bilton
- The Naked Don’t Fear the Water by Matthieu Aikins
Follow @Sean_Writes on Instagram.
If romance and new adult fiction are your thing, you’ll love this blog that highlights and celebrates diverse characters, stories, and authors. Blog creator and writer Alex invites readers to submit reviews on their most recent reads and has formed something of an online book club.
Check out my favorite posts:
Follow @booksirl on Instagram.
For even more bookish content, check out these other book blogs we recognized back in 2020.
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Ashton is a Customer Content Specialist at PR Newswire. When she's not helping clients get the most out of their press release distribution, you can find her reading romance novels, writing, or spending time with her dogs, Adelaide and Scout.