Best Blogspot Book Blogs to read

Best Blogspot Book Bloggers and WritersJust what every bookworm – and even the rest of us – look for when a new suggestion is desperately needed in our hectic lives. A book blogger creates content for a variety of categories – at times, they are only limited to giving book suggestions while at times, they suggest a book and also give reviews regarding it, sans spoilers! A book blog can also contain information about merch related to various books – like scented candles, tea, special bags themed in line to certain books, clothing, among other things – where to buy this merch from or at times, the blogger themselves sell such stuff. In recent times, book blogs have also started publishing content for certain book publishers that come under ad-based content and include reviews/suggestions about books that have not yet been released.

Here is the list of some of great book bloggers on Google’s Blogger site who cover, highlight and review anything and everything related to books and keeps their followers up-to-date.

American Indians in Children's Literature (AICL)

 This is a blog for native story tellers and native story loving readers. It was started by Debbie Reese in the year 2006 as a way of passing Native American stories to the current generation. She developed the interest from being a native parent and school teacher who new, young generations may miss out on native stories. Raised and brought up at Nambe’ Owingeh a native Sovereign nation in the USA, where elders and the people there value their culture and teachings, Debbie receives guidance and scholarships which boosts her finances for publishing and strengthens he commitment in AICL(American Indian in Children’s Literature).

Jeremiah's Vanishing New York

This is a blog written by Jeremiah Moss based on Lamentations from a book, the Jeremiah Vanishing New York. The book talks about the observation of individuals on a city (New York) that is on the verge of fading away and going extinct.
Rated among New York’s finest best sellers, Jeremiah’s work is the perfect writer to read from for inspirational facts and mythical senses.

Super-Team Family: The Lost Issues!

If cartoons and fictional animated movies are your thing, this is the log to go to. It contains all the upcoming super hero movies, magazines and writings that will quench your thirst for heroes. This blog hosts imaginary Covers created by comics fan Ross featuring the greatest stars from DC, Marvel and beyond! With articles and from different writers the brave and bold blog welcomes your ideas of fallen, lost and forgotten stories and brings them to life.

Hyperbole and a Half

This popular site is for people who have a craving for drawing and talking about things that out of the normal reality box, like Velociraptors, and creative fictional facts. It helps the writer create a fantasy world of them. Making it beautiful, admirable and magical as much as they can.
The writer Allie Brosh, guide you through your writing stages until you come up with something nice! Based in the USA, Brosh is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 in the USA.
Though this weblog is not updated recently, there is still large audience following this site.

Watch. Connect. Read.

This is a blog about children literature written by John Schu. John comes up with fascinating stories that will keep children excited and motivated to read over and over again. He is an Ambassador of School Libraries for Scholastic and Lectures part-timely at Rutgers University.
He avails trailers for new books and writings and gives his personal view of the writings. The three simple words that describe his ideas are Watch, Connect and read.

Incidental Comics

The Blogger/writer Grant Snider began drawing comics Incidental Comics in 2009 as an exploration of art, literature, and the creative process. A minimalist bookshelves is a kind of comic which is portrayed in the blog. The blog has comics on reading, writing and book hoarding. Grant’s other books are also hosted in the blog.
Grant began drawing and writing in his early age. His work has published in The New York times and all across the internet. He lives in Wichita, Kansas with his family, where he also practices orthodontics.


This blog explores books, illustration, science, history and visual material obscura and eclectic book art. This blogs mission has been to search the unnoticed corners of the libraries and retrieve these materials for the readers’ enjoyment.
Started this blog in 2005 by the Sydney based author and curator -Paul aka Peacay, it hosts fascinating images with his observations.

Fantasy Book Critic

Started in the year 2007, Fantasy Book Critic is a blog site dedicated to the promotion of Fantasy, Science fiction, Horror, YA/Children’s Books and other Speculative Fiction through Book Reviews, Interviews, Virtual Book Tours, Press Releases, Giveaways and much more.
The blog was created by Robert Thompson. It now has a team to contribute with their reviews on different novels.

The Why Not 100

The blog has reviews and ratings on some popular literacy lists by Brad Herzog. Though this weblog has not updated in recent times, however for bookaholics this would be a great resource to check out.

Book Haven

Greg, a book blogger and avid reader launched this blog site in the year 2009 to share good books and review mostly fantasy and YA. The site is the window for literature lovers. It has numerous personal opinions on several books. The blogger also hosts open discussion on several topics which include public participation through online.

JoJo's Colored Adventure Team

 This blog’s goal is to make every chapter of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure available to read in English in Color. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki.

Libris Notes

 The blog consists of plot summaries and critiques of books and movies. The blogger has summaries and reviews on historical fictions, picture books, movies and documentaries.
The blogger, a librarian in Ontario, Canada launched this blog site in 2007 to express her on the books she reads.

The Book Bratz

The blog is handled by 3 college girls Jessica, Emily and Amber who share their views about the books they read and as per the requests they receive from the readers. They also explore new debut authors and their books.

Kristi's Book Nook

This Book blog share stories that feature diverse authors and characters, mainly for parents and children.
Kansas based blogger; Kristi was a contributing editor for National Writing for Children Center. She created this blog to share her book recommendations that will inspire and realize the importance of books and reading in life.

Let us know how you liked this list of book blogs. If any one of your favorite blog site that you follow; is not covered here or have an opinion on any of the above listed blog, please let us know. We would like to keep this list up to date with all the best blogs.

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