Some months ago, I revealed some of my favourite Book Bloggers and BookTubers, but that list didn’t cover all the ones I like the most (and neither will this one). So, welcome to the second instalment of the people who help me fill my room with books which are a joy to behold and read.
Emma is a French blogger who writes in English and reads mostly literary and crime fiction. I’ve only recently discovered her blog, but really like reading her in-depth and thought provoking reviews.
Izzy is the youngest blogger I follow, but that doesn’t mean that her blog features many Young Adult novels, on the contrary. I really enjoy the tone of her reviews, which besides enlightening can also be quite funny.
Jo reads a variety of book genres, and, in her blog, you can find various informative reviews that will make you want to go book shopping immediately.
Amy’s blog was another recent discovery. Her blog features both well-known books and others I’ve never heard of before, which she reviews quite comprehensively.
What I particularly like about Mercedes is how she discusses both the positive and negative elements of a particular book in her reviews, making them always seem honest. Through her channel, I discovered lesser-known books. I also particularly like her podcast with Lauren from the BookTube channel Lauren and the Books.
I think Simon was the one who introduced me to Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier and for that alone he deserves a mention. But I also really like his personality and the videos where he invites his friends to have a “nosey” through his bookshelves.
Jen is not only a BookTuber but also a published author. I’m really looking forward to reading her collection of short stories. She introduced me to John Burnside, and I particularly like her recommendations on magical realism short stories.
Sophie’s channel features quite informative wrap-ups. Next year she will read a book from each country in the world. A journey I’m curious to follow.