Book blogs galore

WOW – this year’s reader survey asked participants if they had a “reading related blog or website.” Of 2418 responses, 294 provided the names of their sites. What does this tell you about the reading ecosystem and readers’ desire to share their thoughts?

As promised, here’s the list.
Regency Retro Reads
Caz’s Reading Room
All About Romance
Destination: Fiction
Louby’s Lush Reads
Tomes and Tequila Blog
Brandnewbooksmell on YouTube
What Cathy Read Next
Miss Darcy’s Library
Just One More Chapter
Book Date
@whatrachelread ,
FB Nose in book
Brayton’s Book Buzz
Healthy people
Writers Who Kill, The Stiletto Gang &
Books Etc.  (author website)
Rebecca’s Book Reviews
I Love Books (Facebook)
Http:// and
A Novel Bee
You can find me on Wattpad under user name ivy475.
I don’t have one, but thank you.
Nut Press (; member of @theprimewriters
Sue’s Booking Agency
My Cozy Chaos
Instagram account under @Crypticartisan
Instagram: _magicbookdom_
Http:// (thank you!)
Book Natter
Svetlana’s reads and views
Elle Thinks (
I am in process of starting one
White Pine Cozy Mysteries
Reader Report Cards group on FB
Bitty’s Buried in Books
Dacebook Page: Sean Kevin Gabhann
Sally E. Johnson facebook page
Discovering Diamonds :
Musings of a Bookish Kitty (
Caz’s Reading Room
Rakes and Rascals
Book Blog
Seamus O’Griffin
Passages to the Past (
Charles Ray’s Ramblings ( (French language blog on historical fiction)
In Literary Love
The Queens Quill Review
Http:// and Montana Women Writers
The Owl Lady Blog
Suzy Approved Book Reviews
Where Genres Collide

Thanks to all who shared their information and their love of reading.


M.K. Tod writes historical fiction. Her latest novel, TIME AND REGRET was published by Lake Union. Mary’s other novels, LIES TOLD IN SILENCE and UNRAVELLED are available from Amazon, NookKoboGoogle Play and iTunes. She can be contacted on Facebook, Twitter and Goodreads or on her website

10 thoughts on “Book blogs galore”

  1. well, this is actually a bit deceiving. I tried a few at random, and they were all author’s websites! That’s not what I call a book blog. and these did not have a part of their site as a blog where they reviewed books by other authors. they are merely their marketing website for their own books. maybe next time ask 2 questions: one about author’s website, one about a book blog

    1. Thanks for your comment, Emma. I’m sure you can understand why I didn’t go through each blog/website to check them out! No time for that. As for another survey … I’ve done five and I’m not sure I’m up for any more. They take a huge amount of time 🙂

  2. Wow indeed. Can’t remember what I contributed to the ““reading related blog or website” question, but I highly recommend The Passive Voice (“A Lawyer’s Thoughts on Authors, Self-Publishing and Traditional Publishing”) for anyone wanting an inside view of those topics. And the lively comments there are an instructional treat in themselves. Oh, here’s the URL for TPV:

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