10 Book Review Blogs for Emerging Authors and Indie Writers (Part 1)

Reviews are crucial to ensure the success and longevity of any book as they elevate the story’s impact and the author’s credibility. Therefore, every writer is on a continuous quest for precious feedback to reach more and more readers who can be enlightened by their work. 

Getting started is challenging for newcomers and emerging writers. Still, you can be surprised by the various platform that shares the same commitment as our company of exposing the work of writers who deserve the spotlight to showcase their worth. 

We are happy to present you with a list of ten book review blogs you can contact for guest posting and review opportunities: 

#1: One Book More

One Book More is a blog for book lovers—a place for reviews, author interviews, memes, and more. They aim to create a community of people who enjoy reading diverse literature and have lively discussions about the books they love.

Genres: Contemporary Fiction, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Mystery/Thriller, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Romance, Science Fiction, and Young Adult.

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#2: What Jamie Read

What Jamie Read provides reviews and author spotlight opportunities for books written by indie writers. She’s a very welcoming blogger!

Genres: Children’s, Contemporary Fiction, Crime, Erotica, Fantasy, Graphic Novel, Historical Fiction, Horror, Humor, LGBTQ+, Mystery/Thriller, New Adult, Non-Fiction, Paranormal, Poetry, Romance, Science Fiction, Sports, Urban Fantasy, and Young Adult.

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#3: The Bookish Elf

The Bookish Elf is your single, trusted daily source for all the news, ideas, and richness of literary life. In addition, you can rely on them for book reviews, author interviews, and book recommendations.

Genres: Children’s, Christian, Contemporary Fiction, Crime, Erotica, Fantasy, Graphic Novel, Historical Fiction, Horror, Humor, LGBTQ+, Mystery/Thriller, New Adult, Non-Fiction, Paranormal, Poetry, Romance, Science Fiction, Sports, Urban Fantasy, and Young Adult.

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#4: Bookish Brews

Bookish Brews is dedicated to building meaningful conversations about how stories by diverse voices can change our lives, our culture, and our world.

Genres: Contemporary Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, LGBTQ+, New Adult, Romance, Science Fiction, and Young Adult.

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#5: Literary Quicksand

We are a group of women writers from various nations who come together to search for what we hold dear: books. Though we may come from different backgrounds or belong to other countries, our passion for reading united us as sisters.

Genres: Children’s, Contemporary Fiction, Crime, Fantasy, Graphic Novel, Historical Fiction, Humor, LGBTQ+, Mystery/Thriller, Non-Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction, and Young Adult.

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#6: Mental Health Home

Mental Health Home reviews non-fiction titles related to mental health, including those written by indie authors. Their goal is to help readers learn something valuable from a review, regardless of whether or not they choose to purchase the Book at some point down the line.

Genres: Non-Fiction.

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#7: Avocado Diaries

Avocado Diaries by Sean Loughran is a book review and author interview blog featuring a curated selection of fiction and non-fiction reviews. In addition, Sean’s weekly interview series highlights notable, award-winning, bestselling authors, art directors, and book cover designers.

Genres: Contemporary Fiction, LGBTQ+, Mystery/Thriller, Non-Fiction, and Romance.

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#8: BookNation by Jen

Book Nation is an online destination for book lovers. With literary reviews, recommendations, and live interviews with authors all year round, you’re sure to find your next great read here!

Genres: Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction, Mystery/Thriller, and Non-Fiction.

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#9: Cozy Critiques

Dallas Smith was an avid lover of books and loved reading so much that she decided to create her own blog for other people who feel the same way. Her blog, Cozy Critiques, is a place where people can go to read book reviews and learn how to start their own blogs (among many other topics).

Genres: Fantasy, LGBT, New Adult, Romance, and Young Adult.

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#10: Fueled By Chapters

Fueled By Chapters is a blog site that primarily posts reviews and discussions about books, lifestyle, or other pop-culture topics. Inah, a book and lifestyle blogger from the Philippines, also shares a list of Book Bloggers and Bookish Content Creators she knows.

Genres: Historical Fiction, Horror, LGBTQ+, Mystery/Thriller, Non-Fiction, and Paranormal.

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