Today’s post is my entry for challenge 1: Introduce 10 book bloggers that I enjoy.
Davida Chazan (Aka The Chocolate Lady) lives in Jerusalem. She posts book reviews for adult literary fiction – both contemporary and historical – with an emphasis on women’s fiction and biographical fiction. She likes culinary fiction and is passionate about chocolate. Davida often has posts which encourage a good discussion around book related topics. Find her on Twitter @ChocolateLady57
Karen from BookerTalk is a life-long book addict from Wales. On her blog you will find conversations about books. They might be reactions to the book she has just read or chats about her latest purchases or what she’s planning to buy next. Occasionally she might grumble about the size of her TBR mountain. Karen likes to support Welsh authors. Find her on Twitter @BookerTalk
Jo at Tea And Cake For The Soul is a life-style blogger, but she also loves books. She blogs about upcycling, travel, books, and of course cake. She also discusses matters such as sustainability, gardening, and money-saving tips, and offers ideas about how to promote kindness and improve your well-being. I discovered that Jo lives quite close to me and I have plans to meet her soon. Find Jo on Twitter @JoJacksonWrites
Kim from Brockway Gatehouse lives in Salisbury and is a fiction editor. She is currently promoting book bloggers in a feature on her BG blog, click through from here to read her introductory post. Do ask if she is still open for more book bloggers for her posts. Follow Kim on Twitter @KimProofreader
Stephanie Jane from Literary Flits is a proud vegan. On her blog she supports books from indie and small press publishers. She also reads and promotes books from global literature. Stephanie will review books that she ‘loved, liked or loathed!’ Find her on Twitter @Stephanie_Jne
Stacey and her team of reviewers at Whispering Stories post reviews for a wide genre of books. They also feature and promote authors each week on their blog. Stacey lives in Manchester and is a mum and carer for two of her children. Look out for the book related giveaways that Stacey runs. Find Whispering Stories on Twitter @storywhispers
Yvonne from vonnibee turned her love for reading into her book blog. I recently started following her book review posts. As well as her reading, Yvonne takes part in book blog tours and other book promotions. Find her on Twitter @yvonnembee
Jo from My Chestnut Reading Tree describes herself as a proud mum. Proud nana. Lover of Marmite. Book obsessed Norfolk girl living in Cheshire with her grumpy Scotsman. I met Jo in person a few years ago at a blogging event. Jo enjoys thrillers and contemporary fiction. Find her on Twitter @jocatrobertson
Sarah from By The Letter Book Reviews is an avid reader and loves to share the books that she enjoys. She is also a freelance publicist for Bookouture. I met Sarah, briefly, at a Bloggers Bash event. Follow Sarah on Twitter @sarahhardy681
Anne from Being Anne is retired and lives in Wetherby, West Yorkshire. Anne reads a range of books and has received several awards for her support of authors and their books. She was the RNA (Romantic Novelists’ Association) Media Star of 2019. I met Anne at a book blogging event in London. Find Anne on Twitter @Williams13Anne
It’s never too late to join a challenge like this. To find out more details check out the full post from Pages Unbound here.