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Blogs about Fiction books

24 blogs about Fiction books.

    “Stories, storytellers, literature, novels, books, fiction, adaptations. Literary awards, prizes, events, news.” By John Lampard. 🇦🇺

    Incredible Doom, life as a teenage proto-blogger in 1999
    Book cover of Incredible Doom Vol 1, created by Matthew Bogart and Jesse Holden. Incredible Doom is a serialised comic strip about two American teenage proto-bloggers, Dougie and Anna, in 1999, by Matthew Bogart and …
    By Jay, 261 words

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  2. Enchanted Prose
    “A blog for beautiful fiction, memoirs, inspiration.” By Lorraine Kleinwaks.

    City People
    Elitism, at what cost? (Upper East Side, Manhattan, present-day): New York City is a state of mind. It’s the state of minds of seven Mommy characters (professionals, singles, SAHMs/stay-at-homes) that drive Elizabeth Topp’s acutely perceptive …
    By lorraine, 1,165 words

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    “off the beaten page: lesser-known British, Irish, & American women writers 1910-1960.” By Scott. 🇺🇸

    “No useful purpose would be served by remaining in a vertical posture”: HUMPHREY PAKINGTON, Four in Family (1932)
    [I'm actually not even sure now when I drafted this review. It might be a few years ago now. Initially, I wanted to sample more of Pakington's books before raving about this one, and then …
    By Furrowed Middlebrow, 1,058 words

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  4. Great War Fiction
    By George Simmers. 🇬🇧

    Even more off-topic than usual, but I thought I’d share here the fact that I’ve co-authored an article that is printed in the new edition of the Byron Journal. Here’s how it happened: My friend …
    By George Simmers, 1,022 words

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  5. heavenali
    “Book reviews by someone who loves books ...” 🇬🇧

    One Year’s Time – Angela Milne (1942)
    The British Library Women Writers series keeps bringing out real gems for readers to discover. One Year’s Time was certainly not a novel I had heard of before, written by the niece of A A …
    By heavenali, 844 words

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  6. I Heart SapphFic
    “Find Your Next Sapphic Fiction Read.” By TB Markinson, Miranda MacLeod. 🇺🇸

    Sapphic Book News, Elizabeth Luly, 11 Books on Sale, Caturday, and More!
    Happy weekend! Saturdays are when we round up all the sapphic book news from the previous week into one convenient location. Think of it as your personal queer reading directory! After all, we know the …
    By TB Markinson, 473 words

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  7. Kaggsy's Bookish Ramblings
    “"Vivre le livre!".”

    Thoughts on September, plus October plans! 🎃🍂🍂
    It was inevitable, really, that September would be less of a bumper reading month than August was; after all, going back to work was always going to mean less hours for reading, and although I …
    By kaggsysbookishramblings, 480 words

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  8. Kate Macdonald
    “about writing, reading and publishing.” 🇬🇧

    The Shetland Witch
    You might have noticed that one of the tabs on this website holds notes about the fiction I’ve written and published. My novel, The Shetland Witch, is beaming out to the world right now on …
    By Kate, 65 words

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  9. The Lithole
    “musings on reading and occasionally other stuff.” By Toddbert. 🇺🇸

    That’s a Long One/”Sironia, Texas”
    I have touched on this briefly during the nascent days of this blog, but my fascination with long form works continues unabated. A bit ago, I took a look at what are considered the longest …
    By toddbert, 1,166 words

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  10. Lizok's Bookshelf
    “Reading ideas from Russian classic and contemporary fiction.” By Lisa C. Hayden. 🇺🇸

    Potpourri 1: Andrew D. Kaufman on Dostoevsky & Mariengof on Cynics
    Now that tax season and a multitude of other annoyances are out of the way, it’s time to get to that book backlog I mentioned in my last post. I’m not quite sure how to …
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  11. Loretta Chase
    “New York Times Bestselling Author.” 🇺🇸

    Talking to Jenny in New Zealand
    A short time ago, I spent a most enjoyable time talking to Jenny, for a Joys of Binge Reading Podcast. She was in New Zealand. I was in the U.S., in Massachusetts. As an ancient …
    By Loretta Chase, 196 words

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  12. Northern Reader
    “A book blog by Joules Barham.” 🇬🇧

    The Black Spectacles by John Dickson Carr – a 1939 classic murder mystery republished in the British Library Crime Classics series
    The Black Spectacles by John Dickson-Carr So much of this book works on illusion – while it is not a locked room mystery as such, it is so contrived that there is a tiny pool …
    By joulesbarham, 678 words

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  13. The Pulp Super-Fan
    “Commentary from the den of a pulp super-fan.” By Michael R. Brown. 🇺🇸

    ‘For Steam and Country’
    I picked up For Steam and Country recently. It’s the first in a series of young-adult (YA) novels, “The Adventures of Baron von Monocle” by Jon Del Arroz. It’s actually a popular YA/steampunk series, which …
    By Michael, 60 words

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  14. Reading 1900-1950
    “The special collection of popular fiction at Sheffield Hallam University.” 🇬🇧

    Three Came Unarmed (1929) by E. Arnot Robertson
    Book review by George S: This novel begins brilliantly, with a virtuoso description of a young man stalking babirusa, the wild pig of Borneo. He is at one with the jungle: ‘the lithe brown body …
    By George Simmers, 775 words

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  15. Reviews – The travels of Mary Loosemore

    The Bullet That Missed – Richard Osman
    The Bullet That Missed – Richard Osman Another fab audiobook outing with The Thursday Murder Club, this time in the company of Fiona Shaw rather than Lesley Manville. VAT fraud, regional TV stars, investigative journalists, …
    By Mary, 59 words

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  16. Russian Dinosaur
    “A blog mostly about Russian literature and translation issues, as retailed by a small stuffed dinosaur.” 🇬🇧

    Thank you for the radishes: Edmund Wilson in dialogue with Helen Muchnic
    In 1942, the literary critic and Princeton graduate, Edmund Wilson, then forty-seven, made friends with a scholar of Russian literature slightly younger than himself, Helen Muchnic. Born in Baku in 1902, Helen emigrated to the …
    By Russian Dinosaur, 1,889 words

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  17. She Reads Novels
    “"She had read novels while other people perused the Sunday papers" - Mary Elizabeth Braddon.” By Helen. 🇬🇧

    Appointment with Death by Agatha Christie
    The September prompt for Read Christie 2023 is a motive: hatred. This is obviously a common motive for murder and there are plenty of Christie novels to fit this month’s theme, but the suggested title …
    By Helen, 514 words

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  18. Sienna Eggler
    “Author of queer fiction, including sapphic romance, fantasy, and sci-fi, with a diverse cast.” 🇺🇸

    Kindle Vella Fantasy & Sci-Fi Fair
    Discover over 100+ new Fantasy & Sci-fi Vella stories!C.L. Cannon’s Vella FairYou can also enter a giveaway, for a chance to win a Kindle Fire, a $25 Visa gift card, and a reading journal!
    By Sienna Eggler, 40 words

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  19. Stuck in a Book
    “A focus on novels by women from between the World Wars, though I’ll dart a bit around other genres and periods.” By Simon Thomas. 🇬🇧

    StuckinaBook’s Weekend Miscellany
    First things first – your reminder that the 1962 Club is coming up around the corner! Join in a week of reading books published in 1962 and share your thoughts wherever you share bookish thoughts …
    By StuckinaBook, 187 words

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  20. This Space
    “"Perhaps the best resource in English on European modernist literature" – Irish Times.” By Steve Mitchelmore. 🇬🇧

    Further in the opposite direction
    Modernity is supposed to be the moment when religious claims and systems of authority reveal themselves to be human-all-too-human fictions that lack divine legitimation. Religion is supposed to wither away. But this itself...can be understood …
    By Stephen Mitchelmore, 176 words

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