Blogger Blooms (1)

Thursday, July 29, 2010 |
'Blogger Blooms' is a highlight of some young adult book blogs that I've recently just discovered. These blogs don't exactly have to be new, they could be old as well. Three to four blogs will be featured for every post and I give a brief description on their blog. :)

Melina of Reading Vacation is a blog that I discovered a few days ago. She's only 11 years old and yet, already blogs! How cool is that! She reviews middle grade/tween and young adult books on her blog. Her most recent review is Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr and gave it five stars. She also has a twitter!


Harmony of Harmony's Radiant Reads is also one of my recent blog discoveries. She started her blog this April and so far, is doing an awesome job at running it! She's a big fan of purple and black covers (The Dark Divine, as an example). Her most recent review was Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey and rated it 'awesomesauce', meaning (according to Harmony's rating) the book was dripping with awesomeness.

Emily of Emily's Reading Room is one that I discovered a couple of weeks back. She started book blogging June 2009, as a way for her to give book recommendations to the people who asked her for them. Her most recent review is This Gorgeous Game by Donna Freitas rated it 5 stars. She found the emotions packed in this novel breathtaking. She has a twitter, Facebook, and a Goodreads!



Those are all my blogger blooms! What are yours? Did you find any awesome blogs?

3 comments:

Savannah said...

I heart readig vacation, she has very good reveiws!

miss cindy :) said...

I love this feature, I'm going to check out those three blogs out right now :) Thanks for sharing this!

booklover said...

Hi readers. My name is Fidelia. I have a new book titled "An America Bride" The story is about how a young Saudi immigrant travels to America for his education escaping the overbearance of his culturally and religiouly strict father. As he learns from our culture he experienced some acts of racism ... but he stayed focused and attained his acedmic dream. He falls in love with an American lady his parents are sure to find very controversial for being an American and a Christian. As their relationship deepens, both nervously anticipate their future together straddling two very different worlds.
Why did I write this book?
Being raised a Christian in a predominately Moslem community in Kano City, Nigeria I take to heart the cultural disparities of the Western and Eastern World and hope to educate the readers about women's roles in Moslem society.
This book is also on Amazon.com among other outlets.

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