10 Book Bloggers I’ve Loved Following the Past Few Years

This post is to complete the first monthly challenge in the Support Book Bloggers 2022 Challenge I am hosting. January’s prompt is: Find 10 Book Bloggers You’ve Enjoyed in the Past and Give Them a Shout Out.

If you would like to participate in this challenge, click here for details. I will also have a check-in post at the end of the month, where everything can link to the posts they completed in January.

As always, if I did not include you in this list, it’s not because I don’t like you, just that I ran out of room!

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Amber @ The Literary Phoenix

Amber’s blog is absolutely gorgeous, and I love reading her discussions and the thoughts in her reviews. I love long reviews, and that’s definitely something I get here! Check out: 2021 Goals and Looking Forward to 2022.

Jenna @ Falling Letters

Jenna is an extremely friendly blogger, and her blog is a great place to get middle grade recommendations! (And other books. I just love a good middle grade blogger.) Check out: The Appeal of Morrigan Crow and Nevermoor.

Kal @ Reader Voracious

In addition to her blog and reviews, Kal has a lot of useful guides and resources for bloggers. She’s also a big champion of supporting book bloggers. Check out: Why Book Blogs Are Relevant & Valuable Marketing Tools.

Katie @ Doing Dewey

Katie reviews a wide variety of nonfiction that I always want to add to my TBR and occasionally actually get around to reading. Even if I don’t though, I feel as if I’ve at least learned something by reading her blog posts! And there are some fiction reviews, as well! Check out: Biology Nonfiction in Review: Gut.

Marie & Nyx @ Drizzle and Hurricane Books

Marie & Nyx are such supportive members of the book blogging community and write engaging, detailed posts. Check out: Blogging vs. Social Media: Why Having a Book Blog Still Matters.

May @ Forever and Everly

May has such a lively writing voice, and her blog is crisp and clean. I love seeing what she’s going to publish next, which her blog has a nice variety, including recs for diverse books. Check out: My Book Review Writing Process + A Few Tips.

Michael @ My Comic Relief

If you’re interested in comics, this blog is for you! But, if like me, you haven’t read that many comics, you can also find content on the MCU, superheroes, Doctor Who, Star Wars, and more. It’s all impressively insightful and well-researching. It’s content I don’t see anywhere else on the web. Check out: Why Black Widow Is the Best Marvel Movie of All Time.

The Orangutan Librarian

The Orangutan Librarian writes long, in-depth posts but also balances them out with wit and a sense of humor. I love reading everything from her discussion posts to her reviews. She also does mini reviews, for those looking for quick overviews of books. Check out: A Bookworm’s WORST NIGHTMARES!

Sammie @ The Bookwyrm’s Den

Sammie has such an engaging, humorous voice that she makes me want to pick up practically every book she reviews. I also like the variety on her blog, including middle grade, YA, and adult, as well as lists and discussions. Check out: 5 Star Reads of 2021.

Yesha @ Books, Teacup and Reviews

Yesha’s blog has a great variety of content from middle grade to adult books and discussion posts. She’s also a really supportive member of the book blogging community and is so prolific with retweets and comments! Check out: 10 Bookish Pet Peeves.

Briana

14 thoughts on “10 Book Bloggers I’ve Loved Following the Past Few Years

  1. Michael J. Miller says:

    Thank you so much for the shout-out! And thank you so much for starting this entire endeavor. Briana, you and Krysta have always fostered such authentic community on your blog and with this year of mutual support, you are expanding that community in such a beautiful, authentic way β€” while inviting all of us to do so as well! I am looking forward to participating with posts myself :). I’m humbled to be included and I remain in awe of the work you both do to create and deepen real connections here. You make the internet and especially the bookish community so much brighter. Thank you for the model you set for all of us in this, too.

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    • Briana | Pages Unbound says:

      Thank you, that’s so kind! I think book bloggers do a lot of good work to promote books, reading, and community, and it’s always a little disappointing to see they don’t feel appreciated or that authors or publishers think they’re doing anything worthwhile or interesting.

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  2. Amber says:

    Thank you so much for including me, Briana! I’m absolutely honored to be listed among so many incredible people. I’m also really glad to hear you like my long reviews? I’m always telling myself to simplify more… but I have so many things to say! πŸ™‚ I’m grateful to hear they’re enjoyed.

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  3. theorangutanlibrarian says:

    Thank you so much for including me here and for all your kind words- I really appreciate it!! ❀ And such amazing bloggers on here as well- there's a couple I don't know who I'm looking forward to checking out πŸ˜€

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  4. Jenna @ Falling Letters says:

    Thank-you so much for the shout out! 😊 It means a lot coming from another blogger I admire. I’m also so pleased to see my Nevermoor post linked; it’s one of my favourite posts from the past 12 months, haha. I also enjoy the content from some of the other bloggers you’ve mentioned – I am fairly certain I was introduced to one or two of them via your blog in the past. Yesha’s blog is new to me; I’ll check it out.

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