20 Best Philippines Book Blogs And Websites
Philippines Book Blogs
Here are 20 Best Philippines Book Blogs you should follow in 2023
Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines
Follow Fully Booked Online's blog to keep updated on new book releases, book reviews, book events, sales and promos. With over a hundred thousand titles across multiple genres, Fully Booked has captured the loyalty of book lovers of all ages. From Graphic Novels to books on Cookery, Architecture, and Design, anyone who walks in a Fully Booked bookstore with an open mind and a thirst for a good read will ultimately find a story to fall in love with.
552.2K⋅ 59.8K ⋅19 posts / month Get Email Contact
2. Bookshelf PH
Discover great books from local authors in the Philippines. Bookshelf PH aims to promote great Filipino books in fiction and non-fiction. The goal is to produce a rich literature that will contribute to individual empowerment, and in the aggregate, nation-building.
3.6K⋅ 30 ⋅10 posts / year Get Email Contact
Hi, there fellow book nerd! My name is Alexandra Nae (also widely known as Alexx). I am a 22-year-old introverted bookworm and fangirl from the Philippines. I have been fond of reading since I was a kid, but it wasn't until I was twelve that I started reading and collecting books wholeheartedly. I read mostly fantasy novels, though I can also be seen reading Contemporary/Romance novels occasionally. I love reading diverse books, queer books, and those that have my favorite tropes.
172⋅ 783 ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
I'm Riza, a twenty-something auditor, I've been a blogger since I was in high school. Pages and Coffee Cups is a collection of my thoughts and all the things that light up my days. Head to my page to read honest reviews about books while sipping on some coffee.
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586 ⋅18 posts / year Get Email Contact
Hello! my name is Leo, and welcome to my blog!Leosthetics is dedicated to the love of my life - books. However, I will also post about other things I love, like movies and music. in this blog, I will celebrate my love for art and its many forms.
870 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
Born and raised where the typhoon belt and pacific ring of fire intersect, Shealea earned her degree in BA Communication Research from the University of the Philippines - Diliman in 2020. When she isn't obsessing over color-coded spreadsheets or buried under a mountain of academic journals, Shealea enjoys talking about diverse books (with a self-confessed soft spot for Asian authors and their work), media representation, communication theories, and intersectional feminism.
7.5K ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
Las Pinas, Rizal, Philippines
Hello everyone! I'm Beatrice a romance, nocturnal, and mood reader from the Philippines. My blog name was inspired by Sophie Kinsella's Confessions of a Shopaholic. Follow to know the different book reviews by me.
1.7K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
8. PBBY Blog
Quezon City, Philippines
The PBBY Blog explains how to write and gives tips and tricks on literature, book review, and more! Since April 13, 1984, The PBBY is a private, nonstock, nonprofit organization committed to the development of children's literature in the Philippines.
2 posts / month Get Email Contact
iBooks.ph is the Philippines' most popular and authoritative source for Filipino books, literature, and new writers. They publish articles on various categories like African books, American books, blogs, Australian books, classic books, and Filipino books.
30 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
10. Book dragonism
Hullo! I'm Rain and I'm a book blogger from the Philippines. This blog is my brainchild and I'm hoping that my constant rambling will help you find new favorites! I consume an excessive amount of fiction to escape and to feel something. I mostly enjoy reading fantasy books and I make it a point to always support authors from marginalized backgrounds.
6.3K ⋅5 posts / year Get Email Contact
News, features, and excerpts from books, poetry, and anthologies. Rappler is a social news network where stories inspire community engagement and digitally fuelled actions for social change.
5.3M⋅ 3.7M ⋅11 posts / year Get Email Contact
The following section of Orange Magazine is dedicated to the Book, featuring articles on the latest and best reads, author interviews, and more. ORANGE Magazine TV is the newest events and lifestyle online medium where one can read content 24/7 for FREE.
36.2K⋅ 10.2K ⋅17 posts / year Get Email Contact
Tomes and Thoughts is a book and lifestyle blog, a dedicated space primarily showcasing works by authors of color. The blog is run by Juri, a bi-magical gremlin-in-training with a penchant for losing their glasses in the most random of places. If they are not crying over their latest bookish fixation, you can find them binge-watching Japanese dramas, chasing down plot bunnies for personal writing projects, or honestly, just finding their glasses.
454 ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
I am Yna. I am a late-twenties Human Resources major who left the corporate world to venture into the unknown. I now manage my two small businesses and work as a freelance writer and trainer on the side. When I manage to squeeze in a little free time, I read as many books as I can and try to share my thoughts with the community. In terms of book reviewing, I am an #OwnVoices Reviewer for books with plus-sized characters, Filipino & Asian representation.
624⋅ 836 ⋅2 posts / year Get Email Contact
15. Ysa, not Bella.
Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
An Illustrator, a writer, and a book blogger. Not necessarily a jack-of-all trades, but I try to be. I share my innermost thoughts and musings about mundane things. I post book reviews and my self-published work on this blog.
412 ⋅2 posts / year Get Email Contact
16. Porch Reader
Valenzuela, Rizal, Philippines
Porch Reader Philippines is an online bookstore in the Philippines created for avid readers all over the country. Our goal is to provide our customers with access to pre-loved and new books at really affordable prices. We are always on the lookout for great titles so you'll have more options to choose from. It is a place where you can find some of the best titles by favorite authors sold at a decent price.
5 posts / year Get Email Contact
17. Bookspine Blog
Follow Bookspine and get insider access to new book releases, promotions, and giveaways! Bookspine PH is an online marketplace where bookworms can easily buy and sell secondhand and brand new books and book supplies in the Philippines.
11.1K⋅ 124 ⋅9 posts / year Get Email Contact
Book reviews by Aubrey Jewel on romance, poetry, thriller genres.
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Antipolo, Nueva Ecija, Philippines
My blog is the extension of all my passion. Whether it be books, songs, creative journaling, short stories, essays, movies and series, and pop culture. The entries in my blog are written in such how I like them to be written: playful, sassy, flamboyant and to some extent, screechy. Just the way I am. Welcome to my Words.
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83 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
Philippines Book Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|leo(neil) of leosthetics||leostheticsss.wordpress.com||12|
Philippines Book Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Authors Of Color||15|
|About Opposite - Screenwriters Vs Zombies||13|
|Topic||Past Month Count|