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.

// This list features 43 blogs
Kerry Hannon

Kerry Hannon is a former NY Times columnist, career strategist & author of ‘Getting the Job You Want After 50’ & ‘Great Pajama Jobs’. On her wonderful blog, she shares tips for changing careers, finding the career to make you happy, planning for retirement, and working online.

The Travelin’ Librarian

Michael Sauers, aka The Travelin’ Librarian, has been a technology consultant to librarians for twenty years, as well as a reference librarian, and serials cataloger. On the blog, he posts helpful articles for other librarians about technology, book reviews, and Monday music mashups.

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    A Librarian’s Guide to Etiquette

    A Librarian’s Guide to Etiquette began as a joke amongst peers in 2005 and has grown into the #1 source for satirical librarian etiquette online. Written by J. Vance, who is a librarian at Middle State University, each post is inspired by quirky librarian personalities. It’s a funny read.

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      The Irresponsible Reader

      The Irresponsible Reader, aka H.C Newton and a self-confessed beard fanatic, reviews a wide variety of books with a directness that is highly enjoyable. His favorite is the mystery genre, but he also reads urban fantasy, westerns, memoirs, and a good romance if it comes highly recommended.

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        Seth’s Blog

        Entrepreneur, speaker, and best-selling author of 18 books, Seth Akimbo, offers advice on everything from business leadership to advertising, marketing workshops, and training via his hugely successful blog. He likes to share ideas, motivate and inspire, and you won’t ever regret visiting.

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          Half Baked Harvest

          Half Baked Harvest, by Tieghen Gerard, is a food blog that offers something for everyone, from super healthy to super indulgent meals and everyday easy dinners in between. Tieghan learned to cook when she grew up in a family of ten and has won numerous awards for her blog & cookbook.

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            Study Hacks – Cal Newport

            Study Hacks, by Cal Newport, a computer science professor & author, is all about understanding how to study more effectively in order to maximize productivity.  He also recommends books, records a podcast, and writes interesting posts about how social media & digital communication are affecting our brains.

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              The Crafty Chica

              The Crafty Chica, aka Cathy Cano-Murillo, is an artist, author, and speaker. Her blog is all about inspiring the Latino community (and lovers of the Latino culture) to craft their own decorations, jewelry, and home decor. You’ll also find motivating articles, and links to her beautiful online shop.

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                Mix & Match Mama

                As well as being a mom of four, two of which are adopted from China, Shay is also a cookbook author, lifestyle blogger, and keen traveler. Her blog is full of family recipes, feel-good vibes, and parenting advice, as well as her roadmap to adopting in China.

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                  The Satorialist

                  The Satorialist is a fashion blog by New York photographer Scott Schuman whose work has also been featured in GQ, Vogue & Interview. His photos of random street goers not only exude an individual sense of fashion, but each photo also evokes inspiration for the uniqueness of personal styling.

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