Top Ten Tuesday: Bookish Websites

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is Favorite Book Blogs/Bookish Websites. I don’t follow as many book blogs or bookish websites as I should, so this list is going to be short this week. If anybody has good recommendations, please let me know!

Goodreads: This is an obvious one. I use Goodreads daily. Sometimes more than once a day. I track what I read, give updates on my reading progress, find new books to drool over add to my TBR, and also organize books by genre and more. While some people’s Goodreads reviews can be irritating as all get out (stop. using. gifs. in. your. reviews.), I often like to read one-start reviews of popular books, even ones I’ve enjoyed. It’s highly entertaining.

Jen Ryland: Not only does she have awesome book reviews and discussions, Jen Ryland does this cool column every Tuesday that lists all the new YA titles releasing that day. It’s handy to figure out what books are out so I can keep an eye for their appearance at the library. Plus, she hosts giveaways and quizzes and all sorts of fun posts.

It’s YA Girl!: I don’t remember how I found this book blog, but I was highly entertained by her writing style and sense of humor. She proudly announces her blog is “reviews, recommendations, and a whole lot of yelling.” It’s so fun.

Instagram: This might be a weird one but bookstagram is a huge thing on Instagram and why I was inspired to shift my book reviews to this book blog. Plus, all those gorgeous pictures are worth scrolling through every day.

Mary’s Weber’s Book Bites: This might be a cheater answer, but YA author Mary Weber hosts a monthly book club on Facebook. It’s so fun to see all the excitement around a book. Plus, every month there’s a delicious recipe to pair with the book and the author stops in to do a livestream Q&A. Talk about amazing!

What book blogs or website do you frequent? Leave me a recommendation in the comments and don’t forget to join the link-up!



8 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Bookish Websites

  1. Hmmm, maybe stalking bookstagram posts would get me interested in Instagram again. I stopped using it when they messed up the chronological post order and haven’t gone back… but maybe it’s time for another try.

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    • Yeah, they haven’t fixed the chronology which is annoying, but I love looking at all the bookish pictures. Some people are really talented or have a lot of time on their hands, I can’t decide. XD

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    • Ahhh, I know. Sometimes I wonder how long it takes people to set up their pictures because they are insane! I just try to have fun with it. If I find myself getting frustrated or too perfectionist, I stop and take a break.


  2. I added It’s YA Girl to my “neat things to read on my off-time” and whoa you were absolutely spot on with your suggestion. She’s great.

    Goodreads is a solid choice for this, and I’ll have to start reading Jen Ryland’s blog.

    Thanks for the tips!

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    • Yesss! You’re welcome. I wish she posted more often, but I understand how hard it is to keep up. But her commentary for books is hilarious, whether she enjoyed the book or not!


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