Blogs We Heart


I was trying to think of ways to interact better with the blogging community. I comment, I share, I like, but that is an interaction typically only between me and the blogger in question. And in a blogging community that is so large where there are new blogs everyday, why not highlight those that I’ve stumbled across, both large and small, new and old? So here are only FIVE blogs that I follow with their recent posts that I particularly enjoyed reading.

Pivot Book Reviews

I discovered Pivot Book Reviews from the Book Blogger Love-A-Thon this February. And the feature that I am almost guaranteed to like is Cover Puppies. It’s a weekly feature where Becca gets her cute dogs to pose like a character on a book cover and then recreates that book cover with the doggie. I mean, how adorable and original! Her most recent one is for The One by Kiera Cass…which I’m dying to read!

The Perpetual Page-Turner

I don’t think there is anyone who isn’t following Jamie! Her posts are probably some of the most original and personality-filled out of those I’ve found on the internet. She really makes it feel like you could really know her. I really enjoy how she doesn’t just post reviews, but personal posts. For example, like how social media has affected her reading life. It’s something that we can all relate to.

artsy musings of a bibliophile

I think it’s safe to say that while we all love books, it’s nice to see different perspectives on them. I feel bad and I can’t remember when I started following Artsy Musings of a Bibliophile but the posts are fun. I am always a particular fan of posts that help explain things to me, and this guide to Edelweiss is particularly helpful with screenshots!

Take Me Away…

Nikki at Take Me Away was probably one of the first blogs I stumbled across when I first started blogging. And from last year, she has this awesome feature called Beyond the Book, where she talks about something based about a book that goes beyond the pages. Whether it’s a personal connection or even music videos that correlate to different parts of a plot. It’s a lot of fun!

Paper Worlds and Swirls of Ink

When I think about it, the Book Blogger Love-a-Thon really did do crazy things to my blog reader as I discovered new blogs, like Paper Worlds and Swirls of Ink. Violet has a great variety in her posts, and while I particularly enjoy discussion posts, she doesn’t disappoint. Like how do you feel about that TBR and good reading months? She’s discussed that!

How do you discover new blogs? Which blogs would you recommend?


What do you think?

  • Jamie says:

    What a wonderful thing to wake up to! Thank you so much for including me on this list!! I am so honored and am have glad to “met” you this year through the Loveathon! <33 Thank you thank you thank you!

    • Michelle Michelle says:

      Aww you’re so welcome! Your blog is definitely one of those where even if I’m not using my reader, I will type in the URL to check in. 😛

  • Aww thank you so much for featuring me! This is my favorite feature and I’m so glad to finally have some insight on it! Thank you so much for the recognition! So glad that we’ve “met” through blogging!

    Nikki H @ Take Me Away…

    • Michelle Michelle says:

      You’re so welcome! Cool to hear that it’s your favorite feature–I remember when you started it last year. :)

  • I’m so glad to be on this list and with Jamie on it, no less. She’s the ultimate blogger out there. So thank you, thank you so much for including me on this list. I cannot tell you how happy this makes me.

    Also, I’m glad you enjoyed the Edelweiss post. I’ve another coming up soon!

    • Michelle Michelle says:

      Aww I’m so glad to hear that! I wanted to make sure that I called out a good variety of blogs because there are so many that can get overshadowed, overlooked, or simply deserve some extra kudos. I’m glad I could make you smile! Looking forward to the next post!

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