It’s that time again to highlight bloggers! So, as I mentioned before, when I saw the Supporting Book Bloggers Challenge (hosted by Pages Unbound), I knew I had to participate, doing one prompt a month. For this month, I’m sharing 10 new to me bloggers that I’ve discovered recently. This post I believe technically was meant to go live in February, but better late than never.
So, let’s get started!
Blogger Shout Outs
Erin Fulmer @ Erin Fulmer Writes SFF
I honestly don’t know how I stumbled upon Erin’s blog. But, I do know that I found it recently and it excited me for two very key reasons: one, it features all sorts of writing related posts (which, as a SFF writer myself, of course I was overjoyed); and two, the posts themselves are interesting, honest and engaging. So obviously I had to follow!
Nia Carnelio @ Perceptive Madness
So, I may be cheating a bit here, because this is actually a newsletter and not a blog. However, I absolutely just adore Nia’s content and find myself really excited to read her new post each week when it shows up on my Feedly feed. I highly recommend.
Dini @ Dini Panda Reads
I think I should just make it a running thing that I can’t tell you how I find blogs (usually through blog hopping and blogs being linked in monthly wrap-ups, I think). I just recently discovered Dini’s blog and I’m so upset it took me this long! Not only is her blog so fun, but I love the voice of her posts.
- Let’s Talk Bookish: Updating Old Content
- Her Weekly Wrap-Up Posts, like this one
Lauren and Orianna @ Love Yo Shelf
One, I will never not absolutely adore the name of their blog. It’s brilliant. Two, the layout is absolutely gorgeous. Three, I think their content is pretty awesome, even if I haven’t read too much of it yet. I hope you check them out!
- Love Yo Shelf #1: Welcome to Our Self-Care Column
- Love Your Self Saturday #2: Dealing with My Reading Slump and Overall Brain Fog/Funk
Briana and K @ Pages Unbound
I actually remember how I learned about this blog! I discovered them through Jenna @ Falling Letter’s posting about joining the Support Blogging Challenge this year. And I immediately fell in love, because they write discussion posts for days that I highly enjoy.
- How My Blog Traffic from Pinterest is Doing Now that I’m Pinning Less
- Should You Update Old Blog Content (Let’s Talk Bookish)
Malka and Chana @ Paper Procastinators
Back on the train of no idea how I discovered these bloggers, I’m also back on the sentiment that I’ m so grateful I did. I absolutely love their discussion posts and the layout of their blog is super cute.
Crini @ All About Books
This is the place you want to be is you want to see queer recs all of the time. I absolutely ADORE this blog for this reason in particular. Does my TBR appreciate it? Let’s just not talk about that.
Sword and Silk Books
Sword and Silk Books is actually a small publishing company, so this is a little different than many of the bloggers here. However, the team there and their blog has become one of my favorites to check out, so I couldn’t not highlight them here (particularly their Writer Wednesday series).
Maria @ The Character Study
So, I actually discovered Maria’s blog because she was so kind to highlight my blog for her 10 New Bloggers to Highlight post. To be honest, I was floored (and still am) that anyone would list me for this highlight, so naturally I went through and checked out her blog. And, no surprise, I love it and immediately gave it a follow. Discussion posts for the win!
This list shouting out 10* new to me bloggers was fantastic to write. I love how I’m still able to find new bloggers that I adore; those who inspire me and have me excited to blog hop (when life gives me time to do so). I hope you are also able to take some time to check out these amazing bloggers. Or perhaps even inspired you to give some shout outs of your own?
To everyone I did list above: it’s been a pleasure to discover your content! I’m very much looking forward to reading more of it in the future.
*If you noticed it was actually only 9 bloggers instead of ten, no you didn’t.
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Davida Chazan says
What a lovely thing to do! Chana and Malka are lovely, aren’t they?
They really are!!
Books Teacup and Reviews says
I’m following some of these and I some interesting new blogs that I will visit now. Great list and thanks for new blog recommendations.
I’m so glad you found some new people!
Thank you so much for including Sword & Silk in your list!