July 2023 Book Blogger Round Up | Jo Linsdell

July 2023 Book Blogger Round Up


July 2023 Book Blogger Round Up

Book Blogger Posts Round Up

A collection of blog posts by book bloggers

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Welcome to the July Book Bloggers Round Up!

Finding the time to scan through various social media feeds to find suitable content can take up valuable time and so I figured I'd make it easier and put together a collection here on the blog.

Each month I'll include a wide variety of content so there's something for everyone. You'll find book reviews, interviews, discussion pieces and more...

So if you're looking for new bookish content to read and/or 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.

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

July 2023 Book Blogger Round Up

@ReadingLadiesBC reviewed No Two Persons by Erica Bauermeister. "I highly recommend No Two Persons for fans of beautifully written and poignant short stories, for readers who appreciate books about books and a unique premise, and for book clubs. I’m certain this will be on my best-of-year list." Read the full post here.

@kalventure did a review where she shared four reasons to read The Haunting of Alejandra by V. Castro. "This book is nothing short of a masterpiece and has landed on my favorites list. The Haunting of Alejandra is a powerful and heart rending blend of women’s fiction and horror that will stick with you long after reading." Read the full post here.

@Desilu0526 did a post Exploring the Darkest Depths: A Dive into the Best True Crime BooksRead the full post here.

@GinaRaeMitchell shared a review of Miranda Nights by Gail Ward Olmstead. "Gail Ward Olmsted delivers another gripping installment in her Miranda Quinn Legal Twist series with 'Miranda Nights.' This legal thriller takes readers on a rollercoaster ride filled with suspense, unexpected twists, and a resilient protagonist at the center of it all." Read the full post here.

@WordsofMystery did a recap 'What I Read in Spring 2023'. "It’s an interesting mix of titles and I even found some new favourites to add to my bookshelf!" Read the full post here.

@cjfriess reviewed Rebel Girls Celebrate Pride by Alexis Stratton, Jestine Ware & Shadae Mallory. "Each short, easy to read story is shown on the left of a double page spread and accompanied by an illustration on the right. The illustrators, female and nonbinary artists from around the world, are all credited and it’s fabulous to see a variety of illustration styles." Read the full post here.

@Mehsi_Hime did the Currently Reading Book Tag. This is great if you're looking for a quick and easy book tag to do. Read the full post here.

@amloughrey took part in the blog tour for The Grinning Throat by Kate Wiseman where she interviewed the author. Read the full post here.

@owlbookworld reviewed How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix. "His books are great for those who are just getting into horror and want to dip their toes in it." Read the full post here.

@DarkMatterzine recapped an event they attended with Sisters in Crime at Kingston Arts Centre called Kingston Libraries Presents Crime Chat (with authors). Read the full post here.

@lauriereads_ reviewed The Court of Shadows by Victor Dixen. "...I struggled a little with the predictability of the whole story. Plot twists and revelations came just at the right moment every single time. Therefore it felt all too coincidential. Despite this, I still was intrigued because I wanted to know if Jeanne would succeed in her mission or not."  Read the full post here.

@bookswithbunny talked about her summer anticipated book releases. Read the full post here.

@LadyInReadvt did a post Call Me Adnan + Books of Color: Diversity is Wonderful. In the post she reviewed Call Me Adnan by Reem Faruqi. "Call Me Adnan is a roller-coaster of emotions wrapped within lyrical verses full of stunning imagery, emotions, and visuals. Hope and healing within tragedy, faith, family, friendships, life, heartbreak, and more rush at you as you read the book." She then included a list of books of colour "where I mean it is books with specific colors on their covers. Of course, many of them also feature diverse characters, and hence are also books of color and diversity too." Read the full post here.

@alitescape reviewed North Queen by Nicola Tyche. "NORTH QUEEN has the potential to please fans of A Court of Thorns and Roses and To Bleed a Crystal Bloom. This is without a doubt flying under the radar of dark fantasy romance readers and deserves its chance to shine." Read the full post here. 

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 2023 Book Blogger Round Up

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