10 New-to-Me Bloggers I Recommend: #BookBloggerSupport22


This post is to complete the first monthly challenge in the Support Book Bloggers 2022 Challenge I am hosting. February’s prompt is: Find 10 Book Bloggers That Are New-to-You 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 February.

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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  1. Frappes and Fiction: A teen book blogger with thoughtful takes on a variety of topics.
  2. Celeste @ A Literary Escape: An avid book blogger who reads multiple genres, but I am especially interested in her fantasy reviews.
  3. Rosie Amber: I discovered her through this challenge, and I love that she also is super excited about supporting and promoting other bloggers.
  4. Luke Shelton: Lots of interesting posts about Tolkien here.
  5. Alex @ Spells and Spaceships: I think I started following Alex last year, so he’s new-to-me but not super new! Check out his blog for some great writing on SFF.
  6. Lit Lemon Books: I found her after reading the list of recommended bloggers from John @ Tales from Absurdia, and I was intrigued by the idea that she’s trying to read for free in 2022 by mainly using her library.
  7. The Scarlet Bookkeeper: An Australian book blogger who LOVES YA and writes long reviews.
  8. Felicia @ Stuck in Fiction: Her blog features book tours, book reviews, author interviews, and more.
  9. Aamna @ The Ink Slinger: A teen book blogger who features a variety of genres, whose blog I found from Celeste’s recommendation post. And I laughed at the tagline saying not to plagiarize her because being plagiarized by another blogger is seriously the worst!
  10. Amy’s Bookish Life: A UK blogger with a pretty aesthetic who also likes to talk middle grade!

15 thoughts on “10 New-to-Me Bloggers I Recommend: #BookBloggerSupport22

  1. Rosie Amber says:

    Thank you for adding me to your list Brianna. This challenge is so good because it is pushing me to look outside of my normal go-to book bloggers and their common themes for book posts. I also like the monthly tasks of this challenge and completing them is opening me to some new experiences. It is a great way to freshen up my blogging. I shall now go and visit the others on your list.

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  2. Celeste L says:

    Thank you for including me in this list! I’ve really enjoyed doing this challenge so far and look forward to next month’s prompt!

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  3. alexcraigie says:

    Great to see Rosie Amber on here. She and her team are supportive of all authors including indies and those from the small publishing houses. I trust her reviews and have read great books that would otherwise have sailed below my radar. The other bloggers here are new to me and I’ll be following up some of them, too.

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