Book Blogger Posts July Round Up | Jo Linsdell

Book Blogger Posts July Round Up


Book Blogger Posts July Round Up

Book Blogger Posts Round Up

A collection of blog posts by book bloggers

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Looking for new bookish content to read? Want to discover some new book bloggers to follow?  Look no further!

I introduced this new feature here on the blog in May to showcase blog posts by other book bloggers. I'll be linking up a variety of blog posts so hopefully there will be something to suit all tastes.

The following posts were submitted for inclusion in this round up via my Twitter, where I asked for posts. I'll be continuing to do this every month.


Because I like reading blog posts by other book bloggers and thought you might too. Finding the time to scan through various social media feeds to find suitable content can take up valuable time though and so I figured I'd make it easier and put together a collection here on the blog.

My plan is to include a wide variety of content so there's something for everyone. You'll find book reviews, interviews, discussion pieces and more...

Want to be included in future round ups? Follow my Twitter profile and keep an eye out for the submission tweet.

July 2021 Book Blogger Round Up

@bitchbookshelf did a great round up post sharing Our Favorite 2021 Reads So Far (I'm honoured to have been included in this post).

@AndOnSheReads1 also covered favourite books from this year so far in her post Five Star Reads So Far – 2021

Having read Beartown last year and  absolutely adored it (it became one of her favorite books of all time!) @novelonmymind discovered the need to be in the mood to read certain books as she explains in her review of Us Against You by Fredrik Backman.

@KarisRogerson interviewed Zoe Hana Mikuta, author of "Gearbreakers" on Religion, Writing, and Tattoos.

In Three non-fiction books by doctors @sharemylibrary gives some great reading recommendations for books written by doctors. 

@Honolulubelle shared her book review of Family (Glass Family #1) by Owen Mullen. When she finished the book she was in a quandary as to how she felt about it, how to rate it, and even how to write a review.

If you like historical fiction you'll want to check out the blog post 6 Favorite Historical Fiction in 6 Months by @ReadingLadiesBC

@WordsofMystery gave a recap of what she read in June

@CHennighan also posted about her June reads. She picked some books with amazing covers... seriously drop by the post just to admire the cover candy 😍

@lecari did a review for Of Honey and Wildfires by Sarah Chorn is a Wild West inspired fantasy, and the first book in the Songs of Sefate series.

What is Cli-Fi? A list of Diverse Climate Fiction Books and Short Stories by @Bookish_Brews is perfect if you're looking for literature that deals with climate change and global warming as a major topic.

In his post The Success of Inspirational Books, Read by Hollywood Stars and Blue Collar Workers Alike! @philip_simons16 brings some light to the important topic of mental health and recommends some inspirational books to try. 

@MariaZuppardi shared her June wrap up.

@Kristinbooks put together a great post about Books with good taglines. What are some of your favourite taglines from books?

We Are 100 Author by Nathan Timmel got a 5 star review from @BooksCozy who said "This book was a crazy from the beginning".

@alitescape did a 2021 Second Quarter Book Haul: Used Books

@kalventure shared how to earn extra cash to buy books & includes some budgeting tips!

@OliviaTempleto6 shared a book review for Mirrorland by Carole Johnstone

Check out the post 15 Books to Read This Summer 2021 by @jennrych for some books that she either already read and got seriously Summery vibes from.

@molsbymoonlight shared 100+ books by trans and non-binary authors.

@NortheyOno did a post sharing his reading list 

What bookish blog posts did you enjoy reading in June? Have a favourite book you read in June that you want to share?

In case you missed it, don't forget to check out the June Round Up for even more great bookish posts by different book bloggers. 

Book Blogger Posts July Round Up

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  1. Thanks for including my post Jo!
    OK....I've just made an excellent discovery! ( hope!) Do you remember me sharing that all the comments I made on your blog seem to disappear into cyber space because you never see them???? Well....I also follow 3 other blogspot blogs where the same thing happens. Yesterday I grew curious about what would happen if I commented using my laptop and not my ipad. Well....the comments went through! So, I'm testing this theory now! I'm using my laptop to write this comment. I wonder why blogspot won't accept comments from an ipad? Have you run into this glitch before or is it just me???? The only difference I seem to see between the two is that on the laptop, your site asks me to prove I'm not a robot and my ipad never asks just takes my comment and makes it disappear! Hopefully, this comes through and I've been able to troubleshoot this issue! You are always so kind to comment on my posts and I want to reciprocate!

    1. This was also happening to me. I found that if you have tracking turned off on your iPad Google won’t sign you in and your comments just disappear.

    2. THANK YOU Veronica! How do I change the setting??????

    3. Thanks for letting me know Carol. I do remember you saying about it before but couldn't work out what was happening as didn't show up on my end. Thanks Veronica for working out why the error happens. Hopefully you both won't have problems with it now.

  2. Great post Jo. Adding lots of books to my TBR.

    1. Thanks Veronica. So many great posts for July. Added lots of books to my own TBR too.

  3. Fabulous post Jo. Such a varied and great collection of bookish posts.

    1. Thanks 😊 I'm really pleased with the variety of posts this month. There really is a bit of everything. Some topics I've not seen come up in the book blogging community much too.

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    1. My pleasure 😊 Happy to have such a wide variety of posts this month.

  5. Thanks so much for including me. Your roundup posts inspired me to create my own - as you can tell from my included post. 😉

    1. Thanks 😊 I love when my posts inspire other bloggers.