July 2022 Book Blogger Round Up | Jo Linsdell

July 2022 Book Blogger Round Up


July 2022 Book Blogger 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 2021 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 2022 Book Blogger Round Up

@See_Sadie_Read did a book review for We All Fall Down, by Rose Szabo. "I had a really strange experience reading this book. Whenever I was reading it, I enjoyed it. But as soon as I set it down, I was reluctant to pick it back up again. As a result, it took me an inordinately long time to finish it. And I ended up feeling so-so about it in the same way." Read the full review here. 

@ReadingLadiesBC reviewed The German Wife by Kelly Rimmer. "Wow! The German Wife is one of my best historical fiction reads of the year so far...Yes, this checks all my boxes for a five star read!" Read the full review here. 

@WordsofMystery did a recap post What I Read in June. "Last month, I finally got around to reading some titles that have been on my TBR for a while and while there were some disappointments, I also found some new favourites! Not surprising, my top two reads of the month were the travel-themed ones." Read the full post to discover which books she read

@Livvylance reviewed Queen's Peril by EK Johnston. "I would recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of Star Wars, YA, or Sci-Fi. The YA element might be a dealbreaker for fans of other Star Wars novels but I would certainly give it a try if you’re interested in Padme and the handmaiden's story." Read the full review here

@nsfordwriter showcased a new charity ebook in her post Charity ebook now out – ‘Amazing Offer!’ edited by S D Vassallo and Elle Turpitt. "Amazing Offer! is a charity fantasy and horror anthology benefiting the International Rescue Committee (IRC)." Read more about the book and the charity here

@cats_herding joined the blog tour for The Love of my Other Life by C. J. Connolly and shared her review of the book. "Oh I absolutely adored this novel and I struggled to put it down until I was done.  I cannot believe this is a debut novel and I cannot wait to see what the writer produces next." Read the full review here

@Honolulubelle reviewed the 4th book in the Scorned Women’s Society series with her book review for It Takes a Woman by Piper Sheldon. "The smirk-worthy humor has bite, as do the insightfully written storylines and heart-squeezing inner musings." Read the full review here. 

@Mehsi_Hime did the 2022 edition of the Dreamy Covers Book Tag. A fun book tag dedicated to book covers.

@RobinLovesRead joined the book tour for the 2nd book in the Inspector Anjelica Henley series with a review of The Binding Room by Nadine Matheson. "The way that this book is written it could do well as a standalone, but since it follows the first book, with reference to the killer in that book and how it affected all of the police that were involved, I highly recommend reading these books in order. Another reason that I recommend this is because of the continuity that comes with the relationship Anjelica has with her team and also with the situation in her marriage. " Read the full review here. 

@bitchbookshelf reviewed Much Ado About Dukes by Eva Devon. "Wow, what a book! The romance was lovely, but the storyline really hit home for me. This was the perfect example of how to be a good ally, and how to defeat patriarchal beliefs that hold men back when it comes to making important emotional connections. It was a clear 5 star read for me! " Read the full review here

@AncaAntoci shared a great post 15 First in a series you don't want to miss. "...if you’re looking to start a new series, I compiled a list of first books in a series that don’t beat about the bush and throw you right into the middle of the action. A few of them are well-known, popular books, but most of them, I hope, are books you haven't discovered yet."

@alitescape shared an ARC review of The Book of Gothel by Mary McMyne. "THE BOOK OF GOTHEL is a superbly atmospheric retelling of Rapunzel from the maligned point of view of the witch in the tower of this classic fairy tale." Read the full review here.

@owlbookworld did a post with Books about introverts that will make you feel less alone. "If you’re anything like me then being an introvert kind of bums you out a little bit. The best books for introverts are a good way to guide you through some of the disadvantages of being an introvert."

@kalventure deep dives into the nuance of genres in this new series of posts: Genres Defined. The first installment is Mystery vs Thriller: Differences & Book Recommendations.

What bookish blog posts did you enjoy reading in July? Have a favourite book you read in July 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. 

July 2022 Book Blogger Round Up

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  1. Awesome post! Looking forward to reading all of the book blogs. Shared on Pinterest and Reddit. :)

  2. Thank you for including me in this month's roundup, and checking out the other posts now!

  3. Thank you for including me...though my TBR hates you. LOL