Book Blogs

The best book blogs for avid readers & bookworms of all genres. You’ll find up-to-date book reviews, author interviews & free ebook offers. As well as reading recommendations for children’s books, adults, and young adults.

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Writer Unboxed +

What began as a collaboration between two aspiring writers in 2006 has become a powerful community centered around the craft & the business of writing. You’ll still find posts from Therese Walsh and Kathleen Bolton, the original writers, as well as from emerging & best-selling authors, and industry leaders.

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    Jerry Jenkins +

    Jerry Jenkins is a 21-time New York Times bestselling author sharing his insightful advice to writers all over the world. As well as his writing courses, he shares free writing tools on his blog like how to start writing, developing powerful characters, creating conflict, editing, and so much more.

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      Writers in the Storm +

      Writers in the Storm is a blog from a group of seasoned writers who provide unique perspectives about the writing process from a wide variety of genres. Their content includes advice on surviving all the storms that writers must weather including writer’s block, self-doubt, rejection, deadlines, and the rest.

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        Live Write Thrive +

        C.S. Lakin is a novelist, copyeditor, writing coach, and mom. On her award-winning blog, she shares some stellar guidance and tools for all writers seeking to stay up to date with the latest trends. She’ll also teach you novel-writing techniques that have helped her own process.

        The Write Practice +

        In the spirit of writing millions of words no one will ever see in order to write the words that count, The Write Practice will teach you to develop & stick to a writing routine that works for you. Start with their two-minute assessment to see what creative skills you can improve, and move from there.

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          Helping Writers Become Authors +

          As an author of historical novels like Wayfarer and acclaimed writing guides like Structuring Your Novel, K.M. Weiland has plenty of advice for authors in the making. As well as tips & software to outline & structure your novel, Weiland also shares inspiring glimpses into her own writing process.

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            Advice To Writers +

            Looking for some daily motivation to inspire bursts of creativity? Then you might want to check out Advice to Writers by Jon Winokur. His blog is a collection of motivational quotes from past and present writers, as well as a wonderful assemblage of books on the subject of writing, and author interviews.

            In the Library with the Lead Pipe +

            In the Library with the Lead Pipe is a peer-reviewed journal centered around improving America’s libraries, as well as the communities which they serve. Discussing cultural topics to library conduct guidelines and improved infrastructure to support student researchers, librarians will love this blog.

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              Totally Booked +

              Jenny & Gitte met as online book readers in 2011, became instant friends, and then created their book reviewing blog, Totally Booked together. You’ll find new releases and recommended reads. Oh, and they only share positive reviews about books they loved reading so you won’t find any negativity here.

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                Totally Addicted to Reading +

                Nadene, as the title of her blog suggests, is Totally Addicted to Reading. She’s not stuck on one genre either, in fact, she’ll read just about anything as long as it has a good plot and strong characters. As well as annual reading challenges, her book reviews include romance, mystery, crime novels, and lots more.

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