The Blog's Dollox

A blog like a book will have been created by a myriad of different factors, of which one will be what  influenced or inspired one to either start in the first place, or that inspires one now. This could be by highlighting reading material that you would not be aware of, or by reminding you of books once read & loved that have since been consigned to a dusty corner, replaced by the new & shiny. It could also simply be that what they do or how they do it just fires sparks within the neurons of your brain & sets you on a path that takes you someplace you want to sing about. This is a camaraderie
of fellow bloggers that have inspired Parrish Lantern's PomesAllSizes

A Common Reader

......Reading for my own pleasure rather than to impart knowledge or to correct the opinion of others.

Babbling Books

Musings of an enthusiastic reader

This blog started as a reading challenge on the books by 

Roberto Bolaño. It is now a blog dedicated to, uhm, books.

Dolce Bellezza

for literary and translated fiction


World Fiction


Promoting African Literature

In lieu of a field guide

Reviewing some of the best literature, translated or otherwise.

In Spring it is the Dawn

Book blog with a focus on Japan and Japanese literature. 

A blog of books, reading and world literature

Lines from the Horizon

Readings in translated Japanese Literature

Still life with books 

particularly interested in English Romanticism, the Pre -
Raphaelites, the Bloomsbury Group, and the Georgian and Regency eras.

The Frugal Chariot

pensées inusité d'un amateur de livres - avec des rayons de lune!

The Literate Man

A book blog for men

The Reading Life

Short Stories, Irish literature, Classics, Modern Fiction and Contemporary Literary Fiction, The Japanese Novel and post Colonial Asian Fiction 

The Sitting Bee

Short Story Reviews 

Tony's Reading List

Too lazy to be a writer - Too egoistical to be quiet 

What You Read

A blog about books and other pleasures in life


Best in translated fiction from all four corners

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