Below is a list of South African book bloggers:
Bibliophilia http://terri-brilliantbooks.blogspot.com/ – Bibliophile (n) – A person who collects or loves books. From Fantasy to Fiction to Non-Fiction, I pretty much read ’em all.
Genres: Eclectic, but favouring YA, mystery series, biographies, and the occasional classic.
Blog of a Bookaholic http://www.blogofabookaholic.blogspot.com/
Genres: I love all books but I mostly review children’s and young adult fiction.
I also take part in blog tours and I read and review books written by indie authors.
Book Fairy Haven http://bookfairyhaven.blogspot.com/
Genres: Primarily YA, with a focus on paranormal, contemporary, dystopian and fantasy fiction. I do review a certain amount of adult fiction though, including, magical realism, fantasy, dystopian and paranormal fiction.
I Love Books http://ilovebooks.co.za – Everything to do with words, pages, reading, writing, books and authors.
Genres: I review a wide range of fiction (including thrillers, contemporary women’s fiction, historical fiction, epic sagas and YA) and non-fiction (including SA current affairs and biographies, pop psychology, management, cookery and crafts). I do no review sci fi, fantasy, horror, romance, action/adventure fiction, romance or self-help.
It’s a Book Thing http://itsabookthingblog.blogspot.com/ – Where books find you…
Genres: if it’s a book, I’ll read it
I occasionally review movies and host book tours. I have a soft spot for indie authors and feature them on my blog regularly.
Genres: memoirs, manga, YA, children’s, contemporary, South African, indie, women’s fiction, new age and spirituality
Movie and anime reviews coming soon.
Genres: YA, specialising in paranormal and supernatural
I will also review films and tv shows applicable to the paranormal genre and post news and other thoughts.
read – sleep – read – eat – repeat
Genres: I work in children’s literature and write reviews and news on all genres within YA and adult contemporary fiction.
Genres: YA and South African fiction
Genres: YA, paranormal romance, urban fantasy and sometimes sci-fi and dystopian fiction.
I am currently searching for someone to collaborate with me on my blog as my hectic schedule prevents me from giving it the love it deserves. If you’re interested, please let me know!
Genres: YA, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance
Genres: speculative fiction (science fiction, fantasy, horror) and the occasional crime thriller, with a preference for cross-genre fiction, especially if there’s mythology in the mix.
I favour the inventive/quirky/downright weird over genre trends.
The Word Fiend http://www.thewordfiend.net/
Genres: Speculative Fiction (Fantasy, Steampunk, Urban Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi), Thrillers & Mysteries, YA, Paranormal Romance. I read widely however, so these are only a general guideline.
Genres: strictly Young Adult fiction. Within that genre I enjoy Contemporary, Paranormal, some Fantasy and Historical novels