BrandiHeather over at A Writer's Review
Hi! I'm BrandiHeather and I'm the creator of A Writer's Review. I'm just a twenty-something girl with champagne dreams on a beer budget. I started my blog about a year ago, and I was just updating it for myself. I didn't know about this whole wide world of book bloggers. I literally was just writing little summaries for myself so I could keep track of the books I read throughout the year. I set a goal for myself to read 100 books in 2010, and I'm only 24 books away (fingers crossed...). Once I really started getting into this (around September) I really hit it off. I've loved everything about writing reviews and reading new books and discovering all the great people I've met. I hope you take a moment to check out my blog!
Natasha over at My Enchanted Ramblings Blog
Hi I'm Natasha And I run the "My Enchanted Ramblings Blog" and Facebook Page. I'm 25 years old & I'm completely obsessed with books, among a few other things. My Enchanted Ramblings Blog, Is my haven were I will be posting updates on the latest books and connecting with other Book Lover and Author's for chats, but Books wont be all that I post about. I have a love for book fan art, music and the latest movies. So I may post a few about them as well. So take care and I hope to see you at "My Enchanted Ramblings Blog".
Alethea over at Read Now Sleep Later
I'm Alethea, aka frootjoos; I've been blogging since 1999. Read Now Sleep Later came about because, between work and school, the only time I have to read for fun was deep in the middle of the night. The best books keep me up until dawn! I once stayed awake for nearly three days when I discovered Maria V. Snyder's Poison Study series. My ratings usually reflect whether I fell asleep (not a great book) or whether I made it to morning without putting the book down. I love books with adventure, romance, and food--if it's something I happen to have in the kitchen, I'll get up around 2:30 am for a snack. Then it's back to the book!
I think the YA genre is my favorite right now because even though I'm not a Young Adult anymore, I still relate to that time in my life and I wish the awesome books that are available now had come out when I was a teen. My favorites tend to be series, especially long ones like Bloody Jack by L.A. Meyer, or really gripping ones like The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. I also read some adult literary fiction, sci-fi/fantasy, and--don't laugh (OK, you can laugh)--math and science books. I love audiobooks, especially Bill Bryson's The Short History of Nearly Everything. I can listen to it again and again!
Precious over at Fragments of Life
My name is Precious, Preciosamente and Preciosa to my fun Spanish professors and classmates, Pre to my friends and Shusky (you’ll see this in my email address) to my close friends and family. I’m a second year college student at the University of the Philippines, taking up Bachelor of Arts in European Languages, major in Spanish and minor in German. I’ve been a staffer of several school publications, mostly as an editor and as a literary writer. I was never really a bookworm by birth. I didn’t even know YA existed as a genre! But here I am now, writing, reading and reviewing YA and MG books. I’m a chocoholic and coffeeholic. (Is there such a thing?) I’m labeled as a grade conscious student, panicking at the mere sight of 2.25 in my grade card. I’m an aspiring dystopian and urban fantasy novelist. I’m an only child and I grew up with my guy cousins, playing war games instead of Barbie dolls (at least, before I met my girl cousin).Fragments of Life is an extension of myself, well, my mind and lips mostly. This is where I post my thoughts about books, my questions about books and the writing lives of authors and where I express my bookish love in general.
Misha over at My Love Affair With Books
I am Misha, 21 years old and quite new to book blogging. I started my blog in July 2010 and its my outlet for my unhealthy addiction to books.I have loved books since I was just 6 years old. The genres I love are Literary Fiction, Historical Fiction and Contemporary Women's Fiction. I have also re-discovered my love for YA fiction, thanks to great YA blogs like yours.Thank you so much to all the bloggers for stopping by on The Bookologist! You all should check out their blogs because their all awesome.
Being an eclectic reader, you will find reviews of diverse books on my blog. I also have some other features like Friday Fantasize (where I feature 3 books on my wishlist) and Book Blogger Spotlight (where I interview a blogger every week). I am new but I hope to continue for years to come. I have enjoyed my journey till now and I hope to enjoy even more!