As this is a community for book bloggers, I thought it would be a good idea to get a post going where bloggers can discuss their blogs. Ideally feel free to comment with the title and a link to your blog as well as a brief summary of what kinds of material you generally blog about (e.g. young adult, nonfiction, romance etc.).

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Hey enjoyed your blog! Already left a comment but can't suscribe yet due to google friends connect problems. But will check back later:)
If you like to visit my blog:
And maybe check back for my weekly meme( I really want to establish this one although I'm a new blogger) " ReCOVERy Friday tomorrow;)
Hey everyone!

I started Kate's Library almost exactly a year ago. I mostly post reviews of literary fiction - although I am trying to reread the Harry Potter series before Halloween so there are a few YA sprinkled in. I also enjoy reading historical fiction and memoir.
Hey I will follow your blog later:) Enjoy reading the Harry Potter series;) I haven't read the 7th and last book yet, so please don't spoil anything:D
I have a new blog as well called The Author Stalkers. It's fun stuff. I have some giveaways going now and many more to come. If you follow me, I'll follow you just leave a comment so I know I'm supposed to follow you.
I started a blog about e-books. Mostly rant about agency pricing, good e-book deals, and things of that nature.

Overall I am pretty new at the blog thing. Come take a look-see!

Thanks in advance!
Greg (Only E-books Dude)
I have been blogging at The Parchment Girl for a little over a month. I classify my blog as eclectic. I review fiction, nonfiction, Christian books, bestsellers, the occasional children's book, classics, and once in a great while, YA.

Mine is The Two-Fisted Blogger where I occasionally blog about movies or my own author-saga, but mostly it's for book reviews. I specialize in male-oriented fiction in whatever genre.
I started my book blog a few weeks ago but have been actively reviewing and posting content for only a week now. Primarily, my focus is on young adult, middle grade, and juvenile fiction books.

It is located at
Nice blog you have! Always great to meet other newbie bloggers here:) I started my blog in August and am working every day trying to improve it. If you like to visit my blog:)
Want to follow you, but google friends connect doesn't work at the moment, so I've got to check back later. Btw, are you from Germany aswell? ( because google friends connect description is in German)

My blog is called Stalker Diaries. I post different stories that I write. Right now I have two stories up and I post them one chapter at a time. I don't really have that many followers, but hopefully one day I'll have more people who want to read what I write. If anyone wants to check it out just go to this link:
Hey I visited your blog and am following now!:) I always love to read about new books and recommendations of all kinds!

Here is my blog:
Would be happy to find a new follower in you ( but only if you like my blog). If you don't like it, could you leave a comment with advices to improve my blog? I've only started my book blog a few weeks ago and so really appreciate critique!
Hi! The Book Frog is all about the books. Books, book reviews, a bookish life...c'mon by and check it out. On Tuesdays, we talk about new releases. There's also a Linky at the bottom of the post, so you can link to your own reviews of this week's new releases.


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