Over the past few years, I’ve become obsessed with book blogs and book influencers on Instagram. It’s very easy to spend hours reading my favourite book blogs. I love reading book bloggers’ reviews and discovering the latest 5 star reads. And now there are some seriously beautiful book blogs. So this is a round-up of some insanely beautiful book blogs you need to check out. It’s thanks to these gorgeous book blogs that my TBR list is out of control!
12 Insanely good book blogs you need to follow immediately
Hayley Solano has the most beautiful, enchanting book blog. Her blog is dedicated to all things romantic. And she shares book reviews, roundups and movie recommendations.
She also has a stunning bookstagram full of gorgeous photos. Please take a moment to check it out – you won’t be disappointed!
She also has a book club called ‘The enchanted book club’ where she picks a monthly book to read. Many are timeless, beloved classics. And they often have discussions with the author and literary figures.
Julia has an excellent book blog. And she has been incredibly friendly and welcoming since I started this blog.
Julia’s Bookcase started in 2016 when, in the middle of the night, she created an Instagram account and posted her latest read. I’m glad she did because I love her blog.
Her posts are always incredibly thoughtful and well written. She posts everything from author interviews, bookish weekends and book recommendations.
. I love this post on Jacqueline Wilson book recommendations. She‘s also an advocate for mental health awareness and isn’t afraid to talk about how she was bullied or the mental health issues she faces.
The Lit Edit is a blog that I’ve discovered recently. And it’s fair to say, I’ve spent hours browsing it.
Lucy at the Lit edit has the most stunning blog. She posts about books and travel with posts on independent book stores, book reviews and literary city guides.
She has a great series of interviews called desert island books where people recommend books they would take to a desert island.
Lucy also has a monthly bookclub – The Bondi Literary Salon. Her book club hosts author interviews and lively discussions on books.
I love Emer’s blog and I can spend ages reading her blog posts. She has also been incredibly friendly and welcoming since I started this blog.
Her blog posts are always thoughtfully written.
She reviews the books she reads and I almost always agree with her reviews. She reviews everything from YA Fiction to contemporaries.
Emer also posts about her life with chronic illness and pain. I really like her posts where she talks about chronic illness representation in books.
When I first started NotesbyJ, Marie’s blog was one of the first blogs I followed.
Her blog is beautifully laid out and a pleasure to browse.
The posts are also very well written. And I find them very easy to read.
I love her series on book blogging resources. It’s incredibly helpful and there is a wealth of useful information. If you have a book blog – I highly recommend checking it out.
She has lots of really good book recommendations and I love this post on ya romance books.
I love reading the book reviews on One Book More! They’re really well laid out and easy to read.
Julie writes the One Book More blog. She’s an ex-teacher who started her blog to share her love of reading.
She posts frequently and I always know that there will be some new content from her.
She regularly reviews books and takes part in memes.
I always end up wanting to read the books she reviews and my bank balance is not a big fan.
Sophie from Beware the Reader has the most beautiful blog and bookstagram.
She is seriously superwoman and I don’t know how she does it.
She is a prolific reader. And I found myself identifying with her’ about me’ so much. Especially when she says she doesn’t want to lose time talking on the train. I mean – Same!
Her posts are detailed and well thought out. Her love of books and the amount she has read really shines through. I particularly loved this post on romance books to read
Amy’s bookshelf is another book blog that is just swoon-worthy beautiful.
It’s so neat and clean and the photography is just – chefs kiss -.
She regularly posts book reviews and I always like reading her thoughts on them. I also really enjoyed this discussion post on ebooks versus physical books.
Resh from The Book Satchel posts the most insightful roundup posts with really interesting books.
I always love looking at them for new books to read. There are so many posts I could mention here – books from Japan, books by women in translation and debuts of 2020 are just a few.
I really enjoyed this post on literary podcasts and it was through this I discovered The reading women podcast.
She writes in lots of detail about the books, podcasts and movies she recommends.
Her posts are always really comprehensive and make me want to read her book recommendations.
I have an unhealthy obsession with Rae from Rae’s reads and reviews.
I first became aware of her through Instagram where I fell in love with her reels and book recommendations on Instagram.
She showcases diversity on her book blog. And she reviews books, TV shows, and movies.
I can spend hours browsing through her recommendations. She puts lots of detail and thought into her posts. And they’re really helpful.
I love this post on Fantasy books by black authors. It’s separated by age categories and lists lots of fantasy books I instantly want to read. I also really enjoyed this post on romances with BIPOC leads.
Under the covers is a recent discovery for me. But I fell in love with the clean design, beautiful photography and adorable graphics.
They regularly review arcs and post round-ups. And I love their section of round-ups by trope. I particularly love this friend to lovers list because I just think friends to lovers is the most underrated trope.
It’s also separated by genre which makes it incredibly easy to browse through. I’m forewarning you though – you will end up with a TBR list a mile long!
This blog is another recent discovery for me. Firstly, the graphics are absolutely gorgeous.
Mishma runs Chasing Faerytales. She shares her favourite diverse books, roundups and occasionally posts about herself.
If you loved Bridgerton, you should check out this post on historical romance books.
I also love her South Asian Books database. It’s separated by age and full of excellent book recommendations
I hope you enjoy these book blogs as much as I do.
Please leave your own recommendations in the comments. It’s always great to find new people to follow
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