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: http://misspageturnerscityofbooks.blogspot.com/
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. http://theauthorstalkers.blogspot.com/ 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!

http://onlyebooksforme.blogspot.com/

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.

Kate
http://parchmentgirl.com
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 http://www.wooksy.com
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:) http://misspageturnerscityofbooks.blogspot.com/
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)
Hi,

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:

http://theonlinestalkerdiaries.blogspot.com/
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: http://misspageturnerscityofbooks.blogspot.com/
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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