Paola is a Mexican morenita who loves books and musical theater. She is the creator of the Accidentally In Love Book Club, dedicated to reading books by romance authors of color. She is also the organizer of Latinx Heritage Month Book Fest, a month-long online event dedicated to celebrating Latinx literature and voices in the book community.
A 20 something Ace Black/Lokono guy. He’s enamored with SFF but will read anything. His reading is mostly queer but will throw in het in now and then.
Ursa Reads is owned and managed by a bookish girl currently studying cultural mediation and especially literary mediation. In her free time, usually with a cup of coffee in her paws, she likes to create all sorts of things — bullet journal pages, polymer clay charms, and even fictional worlds. But what she likes the most is to escape in some books and share her thoughts with her friends and followers.
Travis Tippens runs The Fantasy Inn podcast and has interviewed authors, editors, and various other professionals in the speculative fiction industry. He’s also a moderator of the /r/Fantasy subreddit on Reddit.com, an online community of more than a million fantasy fans and writers. When not reading far more than is probably healthy, he attempts to write fantasy books of his own.
I’m Nora, a non-binary individual who likes writing about the books I’ve read. Reading and writing are passions of mine, and I want to be able to share my thoughts on the books I read, and more.
Hiya! I’m Nikole (she/her) and I am a 25 year old book blogger and aspiring author from Illinois. When I’m not blogging, I can be found reading, writing, snuggling with my dog, organizing tours for Turn the Page Tours, and watching horror, Marvel, and Disney movies.
My name is Isabella and I run the blog Solace in Reading. I started this blog to join the blogging community and have a place to keep track of my reviews, as well as improve my design skills. The main purpose of Solace in Reading is to get people to read the books I like!
Lydia Schoch is a speculative fiction author and blogger who is working on her third book and lives in Toronto with her spouse. When she’s not doing bookish things, she lifts weights and dances in order to remain physically prepared for any zombie apocalypses that 2020 might still have in store for us.
Belle is a bisexual, teen blogger from NW Indiana. When she’s not raving about books on Belle’s Archive, she’s running tours for Turn the Page Tours, skating in an ice rink nearly an hour away from her, or playing with her diva dachshund Alfie.
Hello! I’m Jayati, a student, book blogger, writer and coffee lover. If you’re looking for someone who’s procrastinating on everything and despite being a part of the young generation that’s supposed to be tech savvy, is unable to figure any of it out, you’re at the right place! You can see me struggling over at my blog and also on social media, where I attempt to talk about books I love.
Ayla is a 23-year-old books & lifestyle blogger from the Netherlands. She loves books, plants, espresso’s, early morning walks and the colour pink. You’ll find her blogging on DamnMysterious.
My name is Laura. I would say I am reader, teacher and Hufflepuff. I also have been a blogger in both blog, booktube and instagram for the past five years. I also love to read just about anything but especially YA and Middle Grade.
Hello! I’m Janet, a twenty-something blogger from the South West of England. I write about all sorts of different things, but mostly books, travel and lifestyle content!
My name is Saniya (they/them) and I’m a 24-year old, queer, Indian-American, teacher and reviewer. I love romance, fantasy, fluffy fanfiction, venti salted caramel mocha frappuccinos, binding my own sketchbooks, painting and drawing all sorts of things, and wreaking mild havoc wherever I go 😀
Hi, I’m Nikhat from Words Are All You Need. I’m a book hoarder with a passion for writing and binge-watching. On my blog, you’ll find me posting reviews on books, tv-series and random non-bookish content born from my fancy.