Directory of Book Bloggers on Pinterest

Here is the tentative directory of book bloggers using Pinterest. As more book bloggers join Pinterest, I’ll be happy to add on to the directory. Email me at wellreadwife@gmail.com if you are a book blogger who would like to be added or taken off of the Book Blogger Pinterest Directory. Please include a direct link to your Pinterest profile and your blog title in your email. Don’t forget to click on the globe icon and twitter icons on the Pinterest profiles to check out the bloggers’ other sites!  Click here to read an article I wrote about how book bloggers can use Pinterest to promote their sites.

 

A

A Chair, A Fireplace & A Tea Cozy

A Novel Source

Adventures of 2.0 (BaffledBooks)

Alison’s Book Marks

Always With A Book

Angieville

Ann Koffsky

Annie Walls

At Home With Books

Avid Reader’s Musings

B

Babies, Books, and Signs

Basia’s Bookshelf

Beady Jan’s Books

Beck Valley Books

Bermuda Onion

Beth Fish Reads

Between The Covers

Bibliophile, Please

Bibliosaurus Text

The Birder’s Library

Blook Girl

The Book Garden

Book Patrol

Book Riot

The Book Vixen

Book Vortex

Books and Beyond

Books: A True Story

Books, Personally

Books, Thoughts, and A Few Adventures

Book’d Out

{Bookish Comforts}

The Bookish Mama

BookNAround

Books I Done Read

Books Like Breathing

Bookshelves of Doom

Boston Bibliophile

The Brazen Bookworm

Brittany’s Fantasy

Brooke’s Books

A Buckeye Girl Reads

Bunny Tales

The Busy Bibliophile

Book Worm Mama

C

Cafe Reads

CaribousMom

Cat’s Thoughts

Chapter By Chapter

Checked Out

The Children’s War

Chris Bookarama

Clean Teen Fiction

CMash Loves To Read

Coffee and A Book Chick

Colorimetry

Curled Up With Books

D

A Daydreamer’s Thoughts

Dead Trees and Silver Screens

Debbie’s World of Books

Delightful Children’s Books

Doing Dewey

E

The Eclectic Reader

Editing Circle

Ella Bella Reviews

Em Sun

Ems Reviews Books

Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book

Estella’s Revenge

Ex Libris Bitsy

F

The Fantasy Fangirl

The Feminist Texican [Reads]

Fiction Folio

Flowering Minds

The Fly Leaf Review

For Love and Books

Forever Lost in Books

G

Good Books and Good Wine

Good Reads With Ronna

The Grammarian’s Reviews

Great Thoughts

H

Hey Lady! Watcha Readin’?

Hot Listens

I

I Am Alive Blog

I Am A Reader, Not A Writer

Inklings Read

[Insert suitably snappy title here…]

It’s All About Books

It’s Dilovely

J

Janicu’s Book Blog

Jen Ryland / YA Romantics

Jenni Elyse

Jennifer Lane

Jill Williamson

Josie’s Haven

Joy’s Book Blog

Just a Lil’ Lost

K

Karin’s Book Nook

Karma Media

Kate Tilton, Connecting Authors and Readers

Kelsey’s Cluttered Bookshelf

The Key To The Gate

Kindle and Me

Kittling: Books

Krazy Book Lady

L

Lauren’s Book Bag

Laurisa Reyes

Lisa Is Busy Nerding

Lit Endeavors

The Literary Analyst

LitLad

The Loopy Librarian

M

Maestra Amanda’s Bookshelf

Mandy Boles: Life Between Books (Formerly Known as The Well-Read Wife)

Melissa’s Bookshelf

Melissa’s Eclectic Bookshelf

The Midnight Bookworm

The Midnight Garden

Miss Bookish Girl

Miss Remmers’ Review

Mission To Read

Moms Bookshelf & More

Mr. Book Wonder

A Muggle’s Magical Book Blog

Musings

The Musings of Almybnenr

My Book Corner

My Cozy Book Nook

My Life. One Story At A Time

My R and R Space

My Sister’s Bookshelf

N

Never Too Fond Of Books

The New Noblewoman

Nikki Brandyberry

Nina Reads

No Page Left Behind

No Twiddle Twaddle

No Water River

A Novel Review

O

The Oaken Bookcase

Oh My Books!

Ordinary Reader

P

Paulette’s Papers

Peaceful Reader

Perogies & Gyoza

Poof…Books!

Pretty Nifty (YA) Reader

Q

Quirky Bookworm

R

Rachel Cotterill

Radiant Shadows

A Reader’s Journal

The Reader-Bee

Read In A Sitting

The Reading Fever

The Reading Housewives

Reading, ‘Riting & Randomness

The Readventurer

Reviews From The Hammock

Rikki’s Teleidoscope

Rhapsody in Books

Road Trips For Readers

Romanceaholic

S

S Krishna’s Books

SMS Book Reviews

Sassymonkey Reads

Savvy Verse & Wit

Scuffed Slippers and Wormy Books

The Secret DMS Files of Fairday Tomorrow

The Self-Taught Cook

Shah Wharton

Sharon Loves Books and Cats

Shayna Gier’s Book Reviews

She Reads

The Sleepless Reader

Smash Attack Reads

So Simply Sara

Socrates’ Book Reviews

Soliloquy

Stacy’s Books

Stitch – Read – Cook

T

That’s What She Read

There’s A Book: (The 1st Daughter)

The Thoughts of A Girl

The 3 R’s Blog: Reading. ‘Riting, and Randomness

The True Book Addict / Castle Macabre

Things Mean A Lot

Twilight Book Junkie

U

Under The Hat

V

Vampire Book Club

Velma’s World

W – Y

Well Read Reviews

The Well-Read Wife

WellWell

Whimpulsive

Willing to See Less

Word Up Nerd Up

Words That Fly

Wordsmithonia

A Worn Path

Z

Zara Alexis: A Bibliotaphe’s Closet

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Comments

  1. says

    Hi, Mandy:

    My blog is certainly not book-exclusive, but it is book-friendly. Mostly my book-centric posts are reviews. If that meets your criteria, it is velmasworld.blogspot.com

    And thanks again for the Pinterest invite, where I am velmalikevelvet.

    Cheers, Velma

  2. says

    Thanks for adding me! 😀 Could you pretty please change our blog name from ‘BaffledBooks’ to ‘Adventures of 2.0 (BaffledBooks)’? We only changed names a couple of months ago so we’re still trying to transition over.

    I’m going to go follow all of these now! 😀 Thanks again!!

  3. says

    Excellent list! I’m an avid Pinner, kidlit writer, and book blogger, so this couldn’t be more perfect. I just sent you an email with my info if you’d like to add me to the list. 🙂

  4. says

    What an excellent idea, thanks for the list, I,m always looking for recommendations that aren’t trying to sell me something 🙂 would you consider adding my little blog to your wonderful page plz? You can find me at cosybookworm.wordpress.com
    Mrs C

    • Mandy B says

      I would love to add you in!:) Please email a link to your Pinterest profile to me at wellreadwife [at] gmail [dot] com.

  5. says

    Could you please add me to the list? My blog is exlibrisbitsy.com and my pinterest is pinterest.com/exlibrisbitsy thank you so much!

  6. says

    What a great idea! I just recently starting using Pinterest and have been instantly addicted! *totally stalked you for a good 45 minutes on it too btw*. I never thought of using it for my blog but now that I’ve seen this post I totally get it! Thank you so much for this idea!! I’d like to be added to the directory as well.

    http://pinterest.com/compelledbyword/

  7. says

    Hi Mandy! Could you add me on as well? I am just getting the hang of using Pinterest for my blog, but I will be increasing that soon. Thanks! @thisismebecca on Pinterest.

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  1. […] Busting Book Blogging Myths: Pinterest & Book Blogging : Posted by Stormy at Book.Blog.Bake. I’ve been looking into using Pinterest as social media for my blog, so after scrolling through board after board of fun bookish stuff online it boggled my mind a bit that anyone could ever think that it’s only for crafts and recipes. Sure, it may not bring in as much traffic as Twitter, but that’s to be expected (Though in my humble opinion, I think Pinterest looks WAY more fun.) Here’s a link to a directory of book bloggers on Pinterest. […]

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