20 Jun 2018

Top 5 websites for book bloggers

I’ve been a book blogger for such a long time and I recently made a book blogger list. I noticed that there were a lot of book bloggers that didn’t use the websites that I use so that’s why I wanted to make this blog post.

1. Goodreads
I know everyone uses this website but I still wanted to mention it. Goodreads is where it all started for me. There was this one day when I was looking for quotes and I came across Goodreads and I immediately fell in love. I love that you can add all the books that you want to read, have read, … This is also the website where I got my first ever ARC copy!

If you would like to follow/be friends on Goodreads, click here to check out my profile!

Netgalley
2. Netgalley
Netgalley is an amazing website to receive ARC copies. You can read so many ARCs from so many different genres, it’s just amazing! You can read books from small authors and even from big authors like Jennifer L. Armentrout, Michelle Hodkin, … But it’s also possible that you won’t get the ARC. ARCs from big authors need to be requested and the publisher can decline that request. But don’t let that discourage you! I love using Netgalley for discovering new authors and I did discover a lot of amazing authors via Netgalley!

Click here to discover Netgalley.

3. Chapter by Chapter
Chapter by Chapter is the first blog tour service I discovered. I don’t know how I stumbled upon the website, but I immediately signed up. This blog tour service is mainly focused on Young Adult books and Middle Grade books with a variety from fantasy to dystopian to romance.

Click here to discover Chapter by Chapter.

Xpresso Book Tours
4. Xpresso Book Tours
Xpresso BookTours is the second blog tour service I stumbled upon. This book tour service, unlike Chapter by Chapter, is a service for all genres. You can have New Adult, Adult, Young Adult, Thriller, Fantasy, … just everything! There are not only book tours with this service, but also cover reveals, book blitzs and just plain simple review copies.

Click here to discover Xpresso Book Tours

5. Book Reviews 4 You

I recently signed up for Book Reviews 4 You, but I haven’t read any of their books yet. Book Reviews 4 You is a book review service with books from all kinds of genres. This service is not for book tours, it’s only a service for book reviews. I cannot wait to try out their service!

Click here to discover Book Reviews 4 You.

Note that these pictures were taken a month before this blog post is uploaded because I was making a lot of blog posts due to my exams in June. At the moment there are other books on the homepage of these websites.

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10 comments:

  1. I love Goodreads and NetGalley, it's how I find most of my books!
    Cora | http://www.teapartyprincess.co.uk/

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  2. I'm not a book blogger, but this was still super useful! Great post

    xx
    www.thedecemberdame.com

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  3. Great article! I love GoodReads and NetGalley for discovering new books. Next month I'm a host for my first book tour by Xpresso Book Tours.

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    1. Thank you Manon!😊 And ooh exciting!!!

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  4. These sound like some great websites! I haven't heard of them before xx

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  5. A couple here I hadn't heard of - thanks!

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  6. I used to use GR regularly but the site is not exactly on the user friendly side so I ended up not updating it lol.

    x Rasya

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