Top 10 Favorite Bookish Websites

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Happy Tuesday! That means it’s time for another Top Ten Tuesday post hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl! This week’s topic is favorite book blogs or bookish websites. I have a lot of blogs that I love and many other websites that I find fun or helpful, so I’m including a bit of both! Today ought to be a great blog hopping day with all the lists of favorite bloggers going up!

Favorite Blogs

1. Paper Fury

I think Cait’s blog was one of the very first book blogs I ever read. I instantly loved her humor and style, and I always enjoy what she writes!

2. Perspective of a Writer

Dani’s blog is full of beautiful graphics and fun posts! And, she created the I Heart Characters meme as a way to talk about book characters we love! (I love the idea, but haven’t had time to participate…)

3. Reading With Rendz

This is a more recent discovery for me, but I really enjoy reading Rendz’s posts! She always has great discussion ideas and also loves The Lunar Chronicles!!

4. Novelties

I’ve been following Siobhan since I started blogging, and I always love seeing her posts in my feed! I’ve found some great new books to read through her blog, too!

5. Bookloversblog

I always can find something new and interesting on Jo’s blog, and I love to read her discussion posts! She talks about life as a college student occasionally, which I find helpful as well!

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Other Bookish Websites

6. Book Birds

Megan has created one of the most amazing and helpful lists of all time: a list of all the 2018 YA releases, and now the 2019 releases! I stumbled upon her website recently in a search for upcoming releases, and I found exactly what I needed!

7. Book Outlet

One of my friends told me about this site, and I immediately fell in love! Book Outlet sells all kinds of books at incredible discounts. The inventory changes frequently, so there is always something new, and always lots of old favorites!

8. Book Bub

If you’re an ebook reader, then you will love Book Bub! They share the lowest prices on ebooks with you through email or their website, so you can find the best deals! I have bought a few things from them, but I’m not huge on ebooks.

9. Goodreads!

I think we pretty much all use Goodreads… It’s great for organizing your books and keeping track of what you have or haven’t read. I love Goodreads, and I enjoy seeing what other people are reading!

10. Your library website

This is going to be different for everyone, so there’s no link, but I wanted to talk about it anyways! I work at a library, and during my time there I have learned so much about all the resources libraries have to offer. Of course, that may depend on the size of your library, but chances are they all have a website. You might be amazed at what you can find there!

What are some of your favorite blogs or bookish websites? Link me to your TTT!

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25 thoughts on “Top 10 Favorite Bookish Websites

  1. Awww thanks so much for including me JoBeth! I hope you’re able to participate when things give you a break 😀 I love goodreads and my library site too! There are some things I wish goodreads would do better but I love that I always know what I’ve read (at least since I started using it!) And the library is pretty essential for me as I don;t buy books until I know they are ones I want to keep… (And its good to help maintain book buying bans 😉 ) This is a great list and I’ll have to check out the other bloggers!

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    • You’re welcome! 😄 The library is definitely essential for me as well. Especially since I’ll be going to school soon, and I won’t have my books I’ve bought, though I’ll be exploring a new library. Plus, it’s fun to just walk around surrounded by shelves of books and other people who like books, too!

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    • I love Book Outlet, too! I’ve bought a ton of books from there, and I find it hard to buy books at full price anymore when I know I can get them there for much, much cheaper! 😂 I still need to read the 2019 release list as well. I hope there are some good ones!

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