Top Ten Tuesday: More Book Bloggers To Follow

A Book Blog Isn’t Hard To Find.  A Good Book Blog Is.  Here are some of my favorites. I missed some people my first go around, so I decided to dedicate another post to bloggers that I follow.

Grim Reader Reviews – https://beavisthebookhead.com/

Here you will find a lot of horror reviews – which I’m getting more and more into.  Grim has been one of those people that I just enjoy following, both on Twitter and his blog. He also reviews music from time to time.  Check him out!


Kendall Reviews – http://kendallreviews.com/

Together Let’s Promote Horror – what else do I need to say? Kendall’s blog is full of reviews and lots of interviews.  They’re well thought out and you can tell that a lot of time is put into the prep of them.


Mother Horror – http://sadiehartmann.blogspot.com/

If you follow the same people I do on Twitter (why wouldn’t you? /sarcasm)  then you might be familiar with her post on “50 Great Horror Books (that I’ve read) by Sadie Hartmann aka Mother Horror”  I was a follower of hers but didn’t read her blog as much as I should have.  I’m trying to change that now.  Her instagram is full of beautiful bookstagram-type posts that make me envious of her books and her props.


The Misadventures of a Reader – https://themisadventuresofareader.com/

Another person that I didn’t read their blog as much as their Twitter. I plan to change that since I just read her last few posts.


Out of this World Reviews – http://outofthisworldreviews.com/

Lots and lots and lots of Sci-Fi and Sci-Fi related posts here.  I always go there when I need a Science Fiction book fix.


The Tattooed Book Geek – https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress.com/

I don’t follow him as much for the reviews (which are good and plentiful) but he seems to write some poignant pieces on the blog and book industry/scene.  Some people will find him a bit… abrasive but a lot of times his points are well founded and interesting.  They also make me chuckle from time to time.

Brian

I’ve loved reading since I was little when my dad would read me Dr. Suess books. Fast-forward a little and I noticed that he was always reading on his lunch breaks at work, and I wondered why.Then, I found a book that took me to another place and time, to another feeling,another sense of “being”.It was the first book that I ever fell in love with, and I’ve been chasing that feeling ever since.
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