BEA Bloggers Conference

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BEA Blogger Conference

BEA Bloggers Conference 2016

McCormick Place, Chicago, IL
Wednesday, May 11, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Registration and Badge Pick up begins at 8:00 AM on Level 3 in the West Building at the Registration Area. From the taxi drop off, go up two escalators and make a right turn. Then, come back downstairs to Level 1, Room W185 to begin your blogging day!)
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Welcome to the 2016 BEA Bloggers Conference

The BEA Blogger Conference is a dynamic day of learning and networking with fellow bloggers and book industry experts. Featuring expert speakers talking about today’s most critical trends in blogging. It’s the best place for you to learn and exchange ideas that will help your blogging profession. Plus, it’s an ideal forum for you to network with your peers in the blogger space to gather and make key connections. The BEA Blogger Conference attendees represent an array of professionals from many areas of the publishing industry and in the mainstream blogger world.

All New Tracks for 2016

  • Community Building Track
  • Marketing & Engagement Track

BEA Bloggers Conference Program

Continental Networking Breakfast
8:00 AM- 9:00 AM | Room W185
Start your day with a continental breakfast and meet all your fellow blogger friends.

9:00 AM- 9:50 AM | Room W185

Erin Loechner
Erin Loechner

From How to Now: My 10-Year Blogging Journey Off the Beaten Path
How does a small town Midwestern become praised in The New York Times? How does she land her own show on And how does she gather a community of nearly 1 million followers on Pinterest? The answer is simple, and of course, not at all simple: Blogging.

Hear from online superstar Erin Loechner as she shares a decade's worth of success, failures and breakthroughs, including the upcoming release of her first title for Zondervan, Chasing Slow. With heartfelt stories and wisdom from the trenches, Erin will lead, inspire and encourage you in your own blogging journey - and beyond.

Bio: A former art director/stylist in Los Angeles, Erin Loechner has been blogging and speaking for more than a decade. Her heartfelt writing and design work has been showcased in The New York Times, Lucky, Parenting, Dwell, Marie Claire, Elle Decor, Huffington Post, and a two-season web special, garnering over one million fans worldwide. She has spoken for and appeared in renowned international events for clients such as Walt Disney World, IKEA, Martha Stewart and Home Depot. Now nestled in a Midwestern town, Erin, her husband, and their toddler strive for less in most areas except three: joy, grace, and goat cheese.

Erin's Book

You’re here, but you want to be there.

So you spend your life narrowing this divide, and you call this your race, your journey, your path. You live your days tightening your boot straps, wiping the sweat from your brow, chasing undiscovered happiness just around the bend. Higher! Faster! Better! Stronger!

And on and on you run.

Viral sensation and star Erin Loechner knows about the chase. Before turning 30, she'd built a fan base of one million women worldwide and earned the title “The Nicest Girl Online” as she was praised for her authentic voice and effortless style. The New York Times applauded her, her friends and church admired her, and her husband and baby adored her.

She had arrived at the ultimate destination.
So why did she feel so lost?

In Chasing Slow, Erin turns away from fast and fame and frenzy. Follow along as she blazes the trail toward a new-fashioned lifestyle—one that will refresh your perspective, renew your priorities and shift your focus to the journey that matters most. Through a series of steep climbs—her husband's brain tumor, bankruptcy, family loss, and public criticism—Erin learns just how much strength it takes to surrender it all, and to veer right into grace.

Come. Join Erin in setting fire to society's roadmap that points to Anywhere But Where You Are. With gutting honesty and elegant prose, Erin upends the mile-markers we use to measure our lives, whether planning a four-year-old's Pinterest-perfect unicorn party or trying to KonMari a shoe rack within an inch of its life.

Life's answers are not always hidden where they seem. It's time to venture off the beaten path to see that we’ve already been given everything we need. We've already arrived.

You see?

You'll see.


Morning Sessions

Making the Right Connections: Publishers & Bloggers
Community Building Track
10:00 AM – 10:50 AM
Room W186

The symbiotic relationship between bloggers and publishing is stronger than ever. However, navigating through it all can seem daunting and confusing, so let’s discuss! Together, bloggers and publicists will chat about making those connections (and keeping them!), creating and participating in campaigns and blog tours, Advance Readers’ Copies (ARCs) and more!

Moderator: Stephanie Brown (

Molly Brouillette, Associate Director, Publicity (Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group)
Kristin Hackett (
Stephanie Sinclair (
Lizzy Mason, Director of Publicity (Bloomsbury Children’s Books)

Speaker: Stephanie Brown
Speaker: Molly Brouillette
Speaker: Kristin Hackett
Speaker: Stephanie Sinclair
Speaker: Lizzy Mason

Stephanie Brown

Stephanie Brown is a blogger at No BS Book Reviews, which covers a variety of genres from YA to Romance. Since her blog's launch in 2013, she’s been diligently working closely with publishers and authors on campaigns and bookish events. Currently, she serves as an Event Coordinator for Apollycon 2017. When not busy with book-related activities, Stephanie can most likely be found at a Washington National’s game with Pocket Jamie in tow.


Molly Brouillette

Molly Brouillette is Associate Director of Publicity at Macmillan Children's Publishing Group, where she works on everything from picture books to young adult novels. Her projects have included Leigh Bardugo's #1 NYT-Bestseller, Six of Crows and the beloved Bad Kitty and Pout-Pout Fish series'. Molly lives in Astoria, Queens and enjoys cheese, crossword puzzles, and the PBS Newshour.


Kristin Hackett

Kristin Hackett is a book and lifestyle blogger at as well as a BookTuber under the same moniker. She's an easily excitable fangirl with a plethora of passions. Kristin has always identified as a Ravenclaw and she reads like she's running out of time. During her college years, Kristin interned at Seventeen magazine and since graduating she co-starred on a Syfy television series entitled Fangasm where she interned for Stan Lee of Marvel Comics.


Stephanie Sinclair

Stephanie Sinclair is one of the evil masterminds behind, a blog that features critical, yet entertaining reviews of YA novels. Previously, she was an Staff Reviewer for YA Books Central, and has written for where she reviewed Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels and co-wrote the YA Roundup alongside Kat Kennedy. When she’s not inhaling books, she can be found knitting baby hats or taking a million pics of her cats.


Lizzy Mason

Lizzy Mason is the Director of Publicity at Bloomsbury Children’s Books. She previously worked in publicity at Disney, Macmillan Children’s, and Simon & Schuster, and graduated from Manhattan College with a degree in Journalism and a minor in English. Lizzy dedicates whatever spare time she can to reading and writing YA fiction. She lives with her husband and their cat Moxie in Queens, NY. Find her on Twitter at @LizzyMason21.


Growing Your Social Media Presence
Marketing & Engagement Track
10:00 AM- 10:50 AM
Room W187

For book bloggers – a strong and steady social media presence is an important must!! Social media is one of your best tools to engage with author, publishers and other bloggers. Join the discussion with other book bloggers and gain insight into strategies for building a strong presence. Learn what other bloggers are doing – and determine how to best use social media to engage with others.

Moderator: Liza Weimer, YA Author of HELLO?

Speaker: Hannah McBride - The Irish Banana Review
Speaker: Mishma Nixon, Chasing Faery Tales
Speaker: Andye Eppes, Reading Teen

United: Bloggers, Youtubers and Instagrammers
Community Building Track
11:00 AM – 11:50 AM
Room W186

The digital conversation is growing beyond the blogosphere! There are so many channels online to be talking books, and whether you’re part of the community via your Blog, Booktube, Bookstagram, or beyond – join us for a conversation about the online book community at large. We’re asking questions like: how do you balance being on multiple platforms, and how do you alter your content from one platform to the next? But most importantly, we’re asking: How can the various communities learn from each other, support each other, and collaborate with each other? Let’s talk about the online book community, united.

Moderator: Brittany Kaback (Big Honcho Media)
Speaker: Jesse George (
Speaker: Emily Ables
Speaker: Tiffany Ashmawy (About to Read)
Speaker: Ursula Uriarte

Brittany Kaback

Brittany Kaback, is the Digital Marketing Manager of Big Honcho Media, a boutique marketing and PR agency based in New York City. Brittany oversees all Book campaigns for Big Honcho, connecting publishers and bloggers to spread awareness and build excitement for new releases. Big Honcho’s client list includes Scholastic, Penguin, Disney Book Group and more. She works with hundreds of bloggers from the book community and beyond to develop unique and engaging content for a variety of releases ranging from children’s to adult, romance to horror, and everything in-between.


Jesse George

Jesse George ( is a book lover from Missouri who's been making BookTube vlogs since 2012. When he's not reading, he's filming videos, taking pictures, and tweeting about books.


Emily Ables

Emily Ables, of BlueEyedBiblio on Instagram and YouTube, is a college freshman at Denison University in Ohio. If Emily is not reading, she is probably scrolling through her Instagram feed or writing an English paper. Her passion is sharing her love of reading with her 122k followers on Instagram. In addition to reading and books, she loves photography and blogging at Emily has been featured on Instagram and in the social media stars Seventeen Magazine issue in 2015, in addition to various media on the web and in print. After she graduates from college, Emily hopes to work in the publishing industry in New York City.


Tiffany Ashmawy

Tiffany is an avid reader and the creator of She loves talking about books on both her YouTube channel and blog. Tiffany has a BA in International Business and an MBA with a dual concentration in Marketing and Management. When not reading or creating content for About to Read, Tiffany loves to plan trips to the many places she’s read about in novels (France, England, Italy). If it were possible, she’d definitely be visiting Hogwarts.


Ursula Uriarte

Ursula Uriarte (Instagram/@ursula_uriarte) is an Accountant, Alice in Wonderland collector and professional bookworm. When not reading she's taking pictures of her books or writing reviews for, Ursula's Alice in Wonderland book collection was featured on Instagram in late 2015, and her Instagram gallery in various media on the web. Ursula lives with her husband and 4 children in Miami, and has been blogging since 2013. Besides her passion for reading, she has a passion for travel and is a huge Pearl Jam fan, often flying all over the country and abroad to catch them in concert.


Creative Content: From Ideas to Tools
Marketing & Engagement Track
11:00 AM – 11:50 AM
Room W187

A blogger’s content is their bread and butter, no doubt about it! It’s what sets you apart from the rest and is your unique voice in the bookish community. Join us in a discussion with bloggers from various platforms on their creative processes, from inspiration to creation. We’ll be talking about what inspires them, the tools they use to bring their ideas to life, how they promote their content to their audiences and more!

Moderator: Meg Morley (

Speaker: Samantha (Thoughts on Tomes)
Speaker: Gillian Berry (The Art of Young Adult and Writer of Wrongs)
Speaker: Ashley Evans (
Speaker: Amanda (The Bookcraft)

Pick up your lunch ticket at 11:55 AM in the main hall

Blogger Networking Lunch

12:00 PM- 12:50 PM | Room W185
Use your lunch ticket to get lunch. Go to the Level 2 Food Court and then bring lunch back to room W185 to network with your fellow bloggers and be present for some gift card giveaways.

Blogger Table Talks- New!

1:00 PM-2:50 PM | Room W187
Spend the afternoon learning from industry experts and fellow bloggers as you rotate between 16 topic tables. Each table has an expert facilitator. Intensely paced, and jam packed with vital information this afternoon event will help you learn new skills, tips, tricks and tactics to help you grow your blog and build a community. There will be three time rotations where you can move from table to table to gather as much knowledge as you can!

Round #1- 1:00 PM-1:30 PM
Round #2- 1:40 PM- 2:10PM
Round #3- 2:20 pm- 2:50 PM

16 Table Talks- New!

  1. Negative Reviews: Can We? Should We? How Do We?
    We read a lot, and we don't love everything. Let's discuss how we talk about the books that miss the mark!
    Leader #1: Thea James,
    Leader #2: Heather Raynack

  2. Working with Publishers
    Working with publishers can mean access to books, authors, and great content! Let's talk about how we connect with publishers, what we can offer them, and strategies for with partnering with them.
    Leader #1: Sarah Pitre,
    Leader #2: Hannah,

  3. Balancing Your Personal Life and Your Online Life
    How do we have time for a life offline? Maintain relationships, keeping up with day-jobs, exploring interests beyond reading, and more. Let's talk!
    Leader #1: Katie Bartow,
    Leader #2: Lexxie Lin,

  4. Joining the Community: Memes & Tags
    We have a whole community discussing our favorite subject online: books! Let's talk about how we can interact with each other, and promote each other's content. Memes, tags, and more!
    Leader #1: Stéphanie Leroux,

  5. Blogger Burnout
    Sometimes you run flat out of ideas for fresh posts, sometimes you just can't get inspired by any title you pick up. Blogger burnout happens. Let's talk about how to deal with it.
    Leader #1: Amber Sweeney,
    Leader #2: Octavia,

  6. Design & Coding
    Everything you need to make your blog perfect – inside and out! Together we’ll get your blog into tip-top shape by sharing design tips and talking about how to tweak the look, feel, and navigation of your blog.
    Leader #1: Hafsah Faizal,
    Leader #2: Ashley Gibson,

  7. The Bookstagram Workshop
    Whether a practiced Bookstagrammer or interested in joining the community, stop in for a chat! Tips for styling the perfect photo, optimizing your reach, strategic hashtags, the best equipment, editing tricks, and more!
    Leader #1: Hikari Loftus,
    Leader #2: Mara Jacob,

  8. Creative Blog Content
    Get out of your blogging rut! We'll brainstorm creative ways to feature content on your blog, beyond the typical Q&A, guest post, or review. We'll look at how to generate fun new ways to feature authors and books, and engage your readers.
    Leader #1: Sara Gundell,

  9. Diversity in Books
    Let's talk about the need for diverse representation in books; representation of different cultures, ethnicities, sexualities, religions, disabiliies, and more. How can you actively take steps to read more diversely, and how can we campaign for its importance through our online influence?
    Leader #1: Sandie Angulo Chen,
    Leader #2: Mishma Nixon,

  10. Keeping Up With Twitter
    So many tweets, so little time!! How do we keep up with the ever-going conversation, and how do we engage with our readers, fellow bloggers, authors, and beyond? Let's talk.
    Leader #1: Erica Haglund,

  11. Tools of the Trade: Plugins, Widgets, and the Like
    So much to manage, so much to schedule, so much to track … how do we do it all? Let's talk about the various tools of the trade available. What are the best plugins, widgets, and platforms to help us keep track our our book list, schedule our posts, manage our comment feeds, track our analytics, and more.
    Leader #1: Kimberly Costa,
    Leader #2: Tanya Patrice,

  12. Talking Blog Tours
    Let's talk tours! How to join them, how to rock them, and how to support them.
    Leader #1: Stacey Canova,

  13. The Booktube Workshop
    All about BookTube! Get tips on being comfortable in front of the camera, growing an audience, finding the right equipment, editing tools and techniques, and more. Whether already on video or thinking about starting, let's talk about the Tube.
    Leader #1: Sasha Alsberg,

  14. Following the FTC
    Your online reach gives you power over consumers, and with great power, comes great responsibility! Let's talk about FTC regulations, and how best to play by the rules.
    Leader #1: Felicia Sparks,

  15. Monetization & Business
    Want to turn book love into a business? Let's talk about opportunities to monetize your online presence – through business planning, affiliate programs, advertising opportunities, and more.
    Leader #1: Tirzah Price,
    Leader #2: Brittany Berger,

  16. Staying Safe Online
    Anything can happen when you put your information online! Let's talk about how to stay safe, and guard yourself from trolls, catfishes, angry authors, and more!
    Leader #1: Stephanie Sinclair,

End of Day Blogger Networking Celebration

3:00 PM – 5:00 PM | Room W185
Come celebrate blogging with beer, wine and popcorn! Network with fellow bloggers and participate in a few raffles.

BEA Blogger Conference

2016 Conference Advisory Board

  • Nina Amir for BEA Book Bloggers

    Nina Amir

    Nina Amir

    Nina Amir for BEA Book Bloggers

    Nina Amir, the bestselling author of How to Blog a Book and The Author Training Manual, is a speaker, a blogger, and an author, book, and blog-to-book coach. Known as the Inspiration to Creation Coach, she helps creative people combine their passion and purpose so they move from idea to inspired action and positively and meaningfully impact the world as writers, bloggers, authorpreneurs, and blogpreneurs. Some of Nina’s clients have sold 300,000+ copies of their books, landed deals with major publishing houses and created thriving businesses around their books. She is the founder of National Nonfiction Writing Month, aka the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge, and the Nonfiction Writers’ University. As a hybrid author she has published 15 books and had as many as four books on the Amazon Top 100 list at the same time.

  • Jane Litte for BEA Book Bloggers

    Jane Litte

    Jane Litte

    Jane Litte for BEA Book Bloggers

    Jane Litte runs the popular romance review site, It is a site that is peopled with voracious readers, authors, editors, and agents within the romance community. Jane was named as one of Forbes top 10 influencers in books and social media. Harlequin called Dear Author "one of the most respected romance sites in the blogosphere.”

  • Thea James for BEA Book Bloggers

    Thea James

    Thea James

    Thea James for BEA Book Bloggers

    Thea James is half of the maniacal book review duo behind The Book Smugglers, a speculative fiction book review blog and digital short story publisher. By day, she oversees digital operations and strategy at Workman Publishing. When she isn't voraciously devouring the latest and greatest in scifi and fantasy, she can be found blogging over at Kirkus.

  • Florinda Vasquez for BEA Book Bloggers

    Florinda Vasquez

    Florinda Pendley Vasquez

    Florinda Pendley Vasquez for BEA Book Bloggers

    Florinda Pendley Vasquez works with numbers, not words, as Controller for a social-services nonprofit in Los Angeles, California, but who wants to blog about accounting? Not her, which is why this lifelong reader and veteran blogger has been talking about books at The 3 R's Blog: Reading, 'Riting and Randomness since March 2007. The "randomness" extends to popular culture, travel, family, life, and commentary on issues and experiences both major (sometimes) and minor (all too often), but "reading" is the first "R" in her blog's title for a good reason. Florinda is also a contributing reviewer for Shelf Awareness for Readers, and is serving for a second year as an Advisory Board member for the BEA Bloggers Conference.

  • Stephanie Sinclair for BEA Book Bloggers

    Stephanie Sinclair

    Stephanie Sinclair

    Stephanie Sinclair for BEA Book Bloggers

    Stephanie Sinclair is one of the evil masterminds behind Cuddlebuggery, a popular Young Adult review blog that focuses on critical, yet entertaining reviews of the hottest YA books. Find her on Twitter: @Cuddlebuggery

  • Ashley Evans for BEA Book Bloggers

    Ashley Evans

    Ashley Evans

    Ashley Evans for BEA Book Bloggers

    Ashley Evans is a blogger and web developer at Nose Graze, specializing in WordPress domination. Everything she publishes is focused on sharing knowledge and helping other bloggers rock the online world. Ashley started her own business straight out of school creating products for book bloggers, including the Ultimate Book Blogger Plugin.

  • Brittany Kaback for BEA Book Bloggers

    Brittany Kaback
    Digital Marketing Manager, Big Honcho Media

    Brittany Kaback

    Big Honcho Media

    Brittany Kaback, is the Digital Marketing Manager of Big Honcho Media, a boutique marketing and PR agency based in New York City. Brittany oversees all Book campaigns for Big Honcho, connecting publishers and bloggers to spread awareness and build excitement for new releases. Big Honcho’s client list includes Scholastic, Penguin, Disney Book Group and more. She works with hundreds of bloggers from the book community and beyond to develop unique and engaging content for a variety of releases ranging from children’s to adult, romance to horror, and everything in-between.

  • Rachel Lodi for BEA Book Bloggers

    Rachel Lodi
    Digital Associate Publicist, Penguin Young Readers

    Rachel Lodi

    Rachel Lodi for BEA Book Bloggers

    Rachel Lodi is a Digital Associate Publicist at Penguin Young Readers. She handles all blogger communications on books for young adult, middle grade, and picture book readers. She has worked on books such as The Rose Society, An Ember in the Ashes, The Day Crayons Came Home, and Circus Mirandus. Previously, she worked in the marketing department at Macmillan and in editorial departments at Scholastic and Pearson Learning Solutions.

BEA Blogger Conference

2016 Blogger Directory

  • Alexandra Ehlers
    Genre Book Reviews

    A fun place for me to relentlessly fangirl about books.
  • Ali Hymer
     Black Heart Reviews
    Genre Adult, YA, PNR, UF, SciFi, Suspense

    Black Heart is four spunky women who love to read!
  • Amy Byrne
     The Byrne List
    Genre Lifestyle blog about books, TV, movies, and pop culture

    Lifestyle blog about books, TV, movies, and pop culture
  • Amy Softa
     Read What I Like
    Genre Romance, paranormal, urban fantasy, science fiction, YA, non-fiction.

    Honest bookish thoughts on what I like to read.
  • Anasheh Satoorian
     A Reading Nurse
    Genre Young Adult

    Reviews, Giveaway and a place to fangirl about books
  • Andrea Abbott
     Book Store Finds
    Genre YA, Si-Fi, Fantasy

    Reviewing all things bookish and loving every minute of it!
  • Ann Marie Palladino
     Lit. Wit. Wine & Dine
    Genre Literary fiction, historical fiction, non-fiction, true crime

    Book reviews with a concentration on literary and historical fiction.
  • Ann Walters
     Books on the Table
    Genre Literary fiction, nonfiction

    Book reviews and bookish thoughts from a longtime bookseller's perspective.
  • Anna Gamel
     Amberjack Publishing
    Genre Publishing

    We are an independently owned press focused on outstanding fiction.
  • Anna Wang
     Purple Pegasus Inc.
    Genre A chinese canadian novelist living in California telling different stories of contemporary migration.

  • Anne Quirion
     Raising Readers
    Genre Early Literacy, Children's Literacy

    Creating a Love of Books and Reading
  • Ashlea Mcdaid
     JennRenee Read and Ash Too

  • Belinda Menzies
    Genre NA, YA, romance, mystery, fiction

    Books, boys, pie
  • Brinda Glatczak
    Genre Fiction

    Read, Review, and Recommend Fiction Books of all kinds: Romance, Mystery, Fiction, Sci-Fi. Mainly Adult
  • Brittnay Pettibone
     Chrysanthalix Press

  • Christine Hernandez
     Elpis College
    Genre Teacher-Librarian

  • Cindy Roesel
     Thoughts on This 'n That
    Genre Book reviews, giveaways, what's up

    Author, "Viewer Discretion Advised." Review novels and write current topics.
  • Connie (Corcoran) Wilson
    Genre Topics of Interest to the Blogger; movie & book reviews; politics; entertainment, news about her won writing; new about the writing of others

    WeeklyWilson is a wonderfully entertaining "destination blog" without specific boundaries.
  • Courtney Wallace
     Incessant Bookworm
    Genre Fiction, Memoirs

    Bi-weekly reviews and musings!
  • Dave Connis
     Dade County Library

  • David Nilsen
     David Nilsen, Writer
    Genre Books, Writing, Film

    Book & zine reviews, film, craft beer, writing.
  • David Nilsen
     David Nilsen, Writer
    Genre Books, film, and other writing

    Book reviews, film essays, and other writing
  • Dawn Abron
     Bang Bang Book Blog
    Genre YA Books

    YA book reviews and podcasts.
  • Deb Nance
    Genre Book

    Books, books, and more books. Plus a few more books.
  • Debbie Besabella
     Black Heart Reviews
    Genre Adult/New Adult Contemporary Romance, PNR, UF

    Real and honest romance book reviews.
  • Debbie Nance
     Alvin ISD

  • Deborah Martinelli
     Paper Peddler Picks
    Genre Reading Reviews & Recommendations

    Reading reviews & recommendations by booksellers & avid readers.
  • Dela Muerta
     Young Adult Author
    Genre Imagineer/Creator

  • Eleanor Cifaloglio
     Paper Peddler Picks
    Genre Reading Reviews & Recommendations

    Reading reviews & recommendations by booksellers & avid readers.
  • Elena Boteva
     Elena Boteva
    Genre Booktube

    Adventuring in books, places and the kitchen
  • Elisa Zied
     Food, Fitness & Fiction
    Genre Covers all things food/nutrition, fitness and fiction (especially YA).

    Celebrates all things food/nutrition, fitness and fiction (especially YA).
  • Elisabeth Paige
     Elisabeth Paige
    Genre Book Reviews, Writing Shenanigans, & Life

    Reading, Writing, Adventure: A Journey through the Written Word
  • Evelynne Robertson
     Canadian eReader
    Genre YA and fantasy book reviews

    Reviews of YA and fantasy audiobooks
  • Freya Hooper
     One Great Book
    Genre Children's Books

    This blog is a place to find inspired book choices for kids
  • Gabi Mohrer
    Genre Young Adult

    A unicorn that is obssesed with books.
  • Gabi Mohrer

  • Heather Raynack
     Based on a True Story
    Genre Book blog

    Reviewing adult fiction and nonfiction with a focus on fantasy
  • Jennifer Canzoneri
     Benbella Books/Smart Pop Books
    Genre Marketing Director

  • Jennifer Mcdaid
     JennRenee Read and Ash Too

  • Jennifer Wadsworth
     One Book Two
    Genre Speculative Fiction

    Dual reviews for speculative and other genre fiction.
  • Jillian Bell
     centre of the universe: the dreaming
    Genre essays, book tours and book reviews, personal blog

    Personal blog featuring opinion, articles, information, and book reviews
  • Julia Markovic
     All Things Urban Fantasy
    Genre Urban Fantasy

    A book review blog where para is normal, focusing on the Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, and romantic SciFi/Fantasy genres.
  • Kalli Gerstorff
     Cosying Up With Books

  • Karen Blue
    Genre Adult Fiction, YA Fiction, Non-Fiction

    books, blogging, and the mind vomit of karen blue
  • Karen Putz
     Ageless Passions
    Genre Self Help

    Unwrap Your Passions At Any Age
  • Kate Proctor
     All Things Urban Fantasy
    Genre Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance

    The place where para is normal!
  • L. McGregor
     Thoughts of a Dreamer - A Child That Grew Up to Make Her Dreams Come True!
    Genre Non-Fiction

    Writings and photos of life's adventures, thoughts, and experiences.
  • Lady Smith
     The Snail on the Wall
    Genre Lady Vowell Smith is the writer behind the snail on the wall, a blog featuring reading recs, book club guides, and more reasons to drop everything and read.

    Fiction, Nonfiction, Classics, and more
  • Lexxie Lin
     (un)Conventional Bookviews
    Genre Book review blog, with some discussion posts as well.

    Lexxie is an avid reader, blogger, compulsive one-clicker, genre-omnivore.
  • Linda Griffin
     Expert Author 411
    Genre non-fiction

    Writing and publishing tips for subject matter experts
  • Lisa Hoang
     The Consummate Reader
    Genre Erotica, YA, mystery, sci-fi, romance

    A promotional platform for my personal thoughts on books
  • Loretta Webb
     Self Employed
    Genre Adult, Children's and YA Fiction, Literary Ficiton, Graphic Novels, Publishing, Rhetoric Studies

  • Marali Jacobi
     Book Marauder
    Genre YA

    I review books mostly of the YA age category in all kinds of genres - contemporary, sci fi, fantasy - as well as bookish merchandise through the medium of book photography.
  • Mary Moore
     Books In Her Head
    Genre YA

    Teenage Reviews of YA Books + Bonus Bookish Posts
  • Max Baker
     Twisted Wonderland

  • Maya Smart
     Maya Smart | Read Well, Live Well
    Genre book reviews

    Reviews life-changing reads for world-changing women
  • Meghan Thomassen
     From the Girl Who Lived Blog
    Genre Fuse Communications, Inc.

  • Melissa Ward
     Scuffed Slippers and Wormy Books
    Genre Literary Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Science, Poetry, Graphic Novels, YA, Middle Grade

    I write about books (maybe knitting). Sometimes, there are cats.
  • Michelle Ratledge
    Genre Romance, mystery, YA

    We discuss books, boys and pie.
  • Natalie Picchi
    Genre YA, Adult Romance

    Three long-time friends bond over books, boys and pie.
  • Nell Justice
     One Book Two
    Genre Paranormal Fiction/Fantasy

    We review books with aspects of anything paranormal or supernatural
  • Nicole Pettibone
     Chrysanthalix Press

  • Patricia Lopez Gerboles
     The Unofficial Addiction Book Fan Club
    Genre Young Adult and Adult

    TUABFC is a place where books are loved and reviewed. It started a few years ago and it became much more when we also started a second blog called the FFBC Tours where we organize blog tours to help authors promote their upcoming books.
  • Pattie Thomas
     Change the World
    Genre Personal Development

    Tip to encourage you for a higher performformance.
  • Robert Monjure

  • Rosie Gutmann
     The Literary Hedonist
    Genre YA, Romance, Fantasy Graphic Novels

    A literary blog featuring book reviews, original photography, and projects, focused on contemporary, young adult (YA), SCI-FI &Fantasy, and Graphic Novel Genres. Reading for Pleasure
  • Samantha Oakley
     Book Minx Reads

  • Sara Roberts
     Adventures in YA
    Genre Young Adult Podcast

    A podcast about all things young adult literature for adults
  • Shari Stauch
     Where Writers Win

  • Skeeter Buck
     Skeetie B's
    Genre Family Centric -- Living, Loving, Learning.

    Skeetie B’s is a creative, engaging, socially conscious company that is focused on the art of family-centric living, loving and learning.
  • Stacey Peterson
     Unruly Reader
    Genre Nonfiction & Fiction Book Reviews

    Reviews & bookish enthusiasm from a happy, book-geeky librarian
  • Stacy Millican
     The Novel Life
    Genre An Eclectic mix of books

    Blend of book Reviews, Giveaways and Blogging Tips.
  • Stephane Duguet
     Books out of Boxes
    Genre Book review and personal opinion on book related topics

    Wonderful, poignant, epic, emotional, dreamily, eventful, exciting, mindblowing, or not.
  • Stephanie Collins
     Book-A-Holic Anon
    Genre Fiction

    A chance for me to share my love of books.
  • Susan Wright
     The Cue Card
    Genre Literary fiction and nonfiction book and movie blog

    The Cue Card reviews books and movies and discusses upcoming releases.
  • Susan Wright
     The Cue Card
    Genre Literary fiction and nonfiction book and movie blog

    The Cue Card reviews books and movies and discusses upcoming releases.
  • Tamara Ford
     Shelf Addictoin
    Genre Not genre specific. Adult and YA Fiction. I especially love urban fantasy and paranormal romance, but I review lots of genres.

    Diverse fiction only content for the book and audiobook addicted!
  • Teddy Rose
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    Genre Various genres

    Book tour announcements and information on our various services for authors and book bloggers.
  • Tehillah Moyd
     Beauty Inside Out
    Genre Lifestyle & Beauty

    Digging deep for true beauty, and connecting to nature
  • Todrich Estelle
     Estelle Education

  • Trisha Dandurand
     Eccentric is a Website
    Genre A blend of book reviews, giveaways, and blogging tips.

    An eclectic mix of books
  • Valerie Iovino
    Genre All Adult, NA, & YA Romance

    We focus on Aℓℓ books romance!
  • Velvet Van Bueren
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    Genre YA, General Fiction

    A place to share books that spark joy.
  • Zoe Herdt
     Read By Zone
    Genre Booktuber



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