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  1. The Illustrated Page

    Not sure which fantasy or science fiction title to pick up next? Sarah Waites reviews SFF books with an eye toward highlighting diverse authors and stories with a diverse cast of characters.

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  2. The B&N Sci-Fi and Fantasy Blog

    The Barnes & Noble team serves a constant flow of posts for fantasy and science-fiction fans, from news and interviews to reading recommendations and posts on memorable book covers.

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  3. What David Read

    What David Read is a book blog that’s also a family labor of love: it’s where two sisters publish the reviews their father emails them regularly so that a wide audience might enjoy them.

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  4. The Orangutan Librarian

    A bookish blog featuring recommendations, lists, and other literary-minded posts, The Orangutan Librarian stays true to its name with a banana-based rating system for reviewed books.

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  5. The Well-Thumbed Reader

    Mikaela, the high-school student behind The Well-Thumbed Reader, publishes book reviews and reading-related posts, as well as helpful guides and tips to help other aspiring book bloggers.

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  6. Five Things We Love at The Chicago Review of Books

    Explore The Chicago Review of Books, a literary publication.

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  7. Chicago Review of Books

    The Chicago Review of Books wants to make the literary conversation more inclusive and highlights small and independent presses and diverse writers and genres, including those based in Chicago. It publishes book reviews, author interviews, and literary news.

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  8. bug bug book reviews

    No matter how exhausted mom of three Lorilin gets, she always finds time to read! On bug bug book reviews, she reviews her favorites (and not-so-favorites), with a focus on fiction, memoir, and wellness.

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  9. Raging Biblio-holism

    Biblio-holism: The overwhelming urge to collect, consume, and consider books. Drew Broussard loves books, and his insightful, articulate, personable reviews will help you grow your own library.

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  10. Vulpes Libris

    Vulpes Libris, Latin for “Book Fox,” is a literary hub where a collective of bibliophiles talk about what they read, and publish interviews, reviews, and other bookish treats.

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  11. minor literature[s]

    Literary journal minor literature[s] presents off-the-beaten-path poetry, essays, art, and reviews by emerging authors and creators.

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  12. Tor.com

    From reviews of the latest sci-fi titles to original fantasy fiction and art, Tor.com is one of the web’s leading portals into the world of science fiction for both writers and fans.

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  13. Nut Free Nerd

    Holly, a “bookish, nut-allergic girl,” publishes regular book reviews, top-ten lists on various topics, favorite quotes, and other literary-minded features.

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  14. What Makes a “Beach Book”? (Plus 44 Suggested Answers)

    Summer is finally here (in the Northern Hemisphere, at least)! So the team behind Nashville’s Parnassus Books delivers a list of recommended reads for the hot months, from humor and food writing to historical fiction.

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  15. Book Riot

    From reviews and reading lists to longer articles on reading, genre, and more, Book Riot is a buzzing community hub for a diverse audience of bibliophiles.

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