Summer is coming, sun is shining, birds are singing … and I want to spread love in the bookish blogging community!

From my point of view, blogging is not only about having your own corner on the Internet, but also meeting other people and chatting with them about common interests. So here’s a post to cherish 5 awesome people I met online and their inspiring online corners!

§ Holly from Nut Free Nerd

With Holly and her blog it was love at first sight ❤ She writes a lot about books (check out her Classic Couple series) and also about other bookish topics (I enjoy a lot her Discussion posts). Holly also has an inspiring series about her on-going year abroad at Oxford University. Oh, did I mention that my TBR increased a lot because of her blog? 🙂readers high tea holly nutfreenerd


§ Lucy from The Literary Edit

The Literary Edit (formerly known as The Unlikely Bookworm) is one of the most inspirational blogs I’ve seen. Lucy writes about books (check out her BBC Big Read reviews), travelling with a literary twist, and gorgeous bookstores. You should also check out her instagram account, where she often posts lovely pictures from Sydney ❤ And this year she won the London Book Fair Book Blogger of the Year award!

literary edit readers high tea


§ Karen from Booker Talk

Booker Talk is one of the blogs I’ve been following ever since I joined the blogging world 🙂 What I first liked about Karen’s blog was that she initiated a very interesting series – The view from here – which presents literary aspects from all over the world from the perspective of local bloggers (there’s also a view on Romania). She is also supporting authors from her home country, Wales, by discussing and reviewing books of Welsh authors.

bookertalk readers high tea


§ Amy from Curiouser and curiouser

I discovered Amy’s blog quite recently, but I was immediately hooked on her writing style. On her blog you will find classics reviewsliterary locations, and posts about her life as PhD Student in English Literature. Amy also has a very interesting series about Shakespeare’s works – Shakespeare Saturdays – that I follow with great interest! On the same Shakespearian theme she wrote theatre reviews about plays from Shakespeare’s Globe 🙂

curiouser readers high tea


§ Ana-Cristina from Cărți ce tind spre infinit

I cannot end my love spreading discussion without telling you about one of my favourite Romanian bloggers – Cărți ce tind spre infinit (approx. English translation: Books that tend to infinity). We first “met” online when she asked to host a WanderBook in Germany ❤ I like a lot her book reviews, which have a literary vibe themselves. Apart from writing book reviews, Ana-Cristina also writes bookish discussions posts (such as this post about reading 2 books in parallel) and shares theatre and movies recommendations. Don’t forget to check out her instagram profile!

carti ce tind spre infinit readers high tea


I hope that you enjoyed reading this love-sharing post as much as I did writing it 🙂 What are your favourite bookish bloggers? Tell me in the comments sections!

‘Till next time … happy reading blogs! 🙂


The cover picture was taken by Jamez Picard, Unsplash. All the other images/logos are from the blogs mentioned.


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