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Today we are promoting a few blogs we like

I have talked before about why I subscribe to blogs. I am a big fan of blogs, so I subscribe to a bunch of them. Blogging is hard work, I know. I can relate to bloggers writing their hearts out. When you have a blog that is both aesthetically pleasing and full of great content it deserves to be recognized. I reward awesome bloggers by commenting and subscribing, (i’d pay you, but we haven’t hit the lottery yet).

It is hard to not mention every blog I subscribe to here. All the blogs I subscribe to are worth mentioning. So I am not even trying to play favorites. I should just direct you over to my blogroll page. I just updated it yesterday. Since I have to narrow it down, I chose 5 blogs off the top of my head that I really .

 

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Star-Crossed Book Blog is run by 4 women: Jen, Chelsea (Peril Please), Anna, and Laura. This is a blog I recently discovered. I am not even sure how I found it, but you can bet it had something to with my recent quest for 365 new blogs to comment on. I subscribed to this blog right away. Here are my reasons:

  • The graphics look cool (i’m shallow, what can i say?)
  • It is easy to navigate
  • Snarky reviews
  • More than one genre
  • Loads of giveaways
  • 4 women run this blog and it has a kickass girls vibe to it

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Paper Bindings is run by Carrie. She has Obikitty, Tisha, and Tracy contributing to this site. I also found in my quest for 365 new blogs this year. Once again, I subscribed right away. This is relatively new blog, but Carrie has been a book blogger since 2012. Here are the reasons I love this site:

  • Smooth graphics
  • Easy to navigate
  • Carrie responds to every comment, or at least she responded to mine
  • They have a relateable DNF policy
  • Loads of reviews where everyone contributes. I especially like the movie version of books reviews

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(un)Conventional Book Reviews is run by Lexxie. I noticed this blog because she is running the 2016 New Release Challenge. I subscribed because she has a really cute pup named Freddy. Just kidding! Here is why I really subscribed:

  • Lovely graphics
  • Easy to navigate (it is even easy to find that new release challenge link up)
  • Lots of genre variety
  • Lexxie lives in Switzerland, so her current events are always interesting
  • Lexxie responds to comments at lightning speed (like a ninja!)

A Fool’s Ingenuity

A Fool’s Ingenuity is run by Becky. Once again, I discovered this site on my 365 comment challenge. This blog has been around since 2014, but I recently subscribed. Here are my reasons:

  • Easy to navigate
  • All YA, all the time (so i know what to expect)
  • Becky is also a commenting back ninja
  • Becky reads new releases and backlist books (i ♥ that)

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Feed Your Fiction Addiction is run by Nicole. I have been a stalker fan of FYFA since I first started blogging. Nicole has a ton of things going on, but she still finds time to run cool blogging round ups and post tons of discussions. I would call her the discussion queen if I thought it wouldn’t offend anyone. Here are all the reasons I love FYFA:

  • Cool graphics
  • Easy to navigate
  • Honest Discussions
  • Nicole’s site has a really positive vibe to it
  • She keeps track of other bloggers birthdays and blogoversaries (that just proves she is really sweet)
  • Mostly YA, some MG reviews

So that’s just a few blogs I wanted to promote. Actually, I wanna talk about ALL the blogs I love, but I am sure you get the idea. Please stop by my Blogroll/People I Stalk page for even more awesome blogs.

What are your favorite blogs?

 

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