My 10 favourite female bloggers

Since today is International Women’s Day, I thought it would be the perfect time to celebrate the work of other female bloggers by sharing some of my favourites. This list is in no particular order. Click the name of each blog for the link. 

Never Judge a Book by Its Cover

Emma reads and reviews a lot of new adult and young adult books. She writes her blog in her spare time, when she’s not working as a librarian.

Sissi Reads

Sissi is a book blogger based in London. She writes reviews and reading wrap-ups. She loves all genres, including women’s fiction, romance and thrillers.

Mxrshmallow Queen

Eleanor, a British blogger, started blogging back in 2014. She writes about a variety of helpful topics, from tips on how to be more organised to recent film wrap-ups. Eleanor also vlogs about the things that are happening in her life. 


Estelle talks books, her disability, fashion and much more on her website and YouTube channel. She also has the cutest cats. Estelle is super kind, supporting other bloggers with her friend, Stacey, over on @theblobnetwork_ Twitter page.

What Vicky Read

Vicky, a history graduate from England loves to chat about her favourite books. She loves all things Harry Potter and a good thriller. On her blog she reviews a range of books, including several fantasy novels. 

Pretty Purple Polkadots

Aoife, from Ireland, started blogging in 2012. She loves writing book reviews and listicles about her favourite novels and characters. Aoife also loves participating in readathons. She has even started her own Booktube channel.

Book Hooked Nook

Sarah loves to write reviews about all the books she reads. These include thrillers, new adult, fantasy, romance and young adult novels. She also runs a successful book subscription box, Book Hooked Box, which is amazing.

Simply Stacey

Stacey started blogging in 2015 and since then her site has grown into a lifestyle, beauty and parenting blog. Stacey collaborates with Estelle in helping other bloggers succeed over on Twitter. Stacey also has a YouTube channel. 

Tea Party Princess 

Cora’s book blog features reviews on books from a wide range of genres, including contemporary, dystopia, historical and fantasy. She loves to read women’s fiction, as well as young adult and new adult books. 

That Zen Blog

Zenobia has combined her love of reading and writing by creating her blog where she creates bookish lists, reviews novels and writes a variety lifestyle posts.

Who are some of your favourite female bloggers? Comment below or Tweet @bookwormgirl_24 

5 thoughts on “My 10 favourite female bloggers

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s