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Dear Fiction is a newsletter that I can't wait to read everytime it lands in my inbox. She writes about all things books, her travels and more!
Katy's newsletter is full of book reviews and recommendations for many different genres--many of which I have read or want to read. She also has author interviews and other fun stuff in her life as a school librarian in Wisconsin.
I love the premise of this newsletter. Luiza combines movies/series and books to keep the reader informed about noteworthy happenings coming up. She puts on my radar upcoming books and series that interest me and might just interest you too.
If you love Jane Austen's books, Plain Jane and The Austen Connection, makes you want to learn more about Austen and her books. Plain Jane takes themes, ideas, and concepts and connects them to "today times" in a way that is really unique. She has a podcast that the reader might enjoy too.
Live vicariously through writers and digital nomads Brent and Michael as they travel the world. They tell you their travel secrets and take you on a journey you didn't know you needed. The photography is breathtaking and their writing will leave you wanting to travel with them.
Elizabeth shares three books every week to help you find your next great read. Frequent interviews of authors, industry professionals and other bookish newsletter creators along with her annual summer reading bingo makes this a must read newsletter and one of my absolute favorites.
Betsy's newsletter is a Spark in my reading life. She's a published author and she writes for readers and writers alike. I always learn something from each newsletter and the moment of Zen at the end of each...is priceless.
Books and bookstore recommendations, other bookish goodness and a unique perspective make Great Books + Great Minds one of my favorite weekly newsletters.
A great bookish newsletter with lots of variety; I look forward to reading it every week. Jeremy's reading tastes are varied and wide, and I always find great books to read from his newsletters.
Ruth's newsletter is so much fun. Not only are there recipes and non-stop writing about yummy food, she also writes a little about her life in California and travels across the US.
To stand out in the bookish corner of the internet, one has to do something different and that is exactly what Books on GIF does. It's a book review newsletter told with GIF's. What an ingenious idea this is. I look forward to this newsletter and if you love books and reading, I think you will too.