Crone Bloggers

How the #CroneBloggers Coven was born

In a twittersphere of teen YA bloggers, many of us oldbies were feeling a little bit, lonely, shall we say.

Young Adult novels are written for teens, however, a lot of us oldbies love and review them too! After seeing many blogging groups going around Twitter, I decided to call out to my fellow crones.

And the response was immense! Now here we are. To be part of the #CroneBloggers coven, you basically just have to have ‘aged up’ from being a teenager.

Where you can find our coven

You can find us on Twitter at #CroneBloggers 

We also have a Goodreads group

Coven List

Jenn (a page of Jenniely)
Twitter: @Jenniely
Website: jenniely.com

Ceara Heffernan
Twitter: Website: readingarsenal.com

Dana Kenedy (Dana and the Books)
Twitter:Website: http://danaandthebooks.com

Laura Noakes
Twitter: 
Website: 

Aimee
Twitter: 
Website: https://summerreadsmoonlightdreams.wordpress.com/

Briony
Twitter: 
Website: https://www.missbriony.com/

Lia
Twitter: @lost_in_a_story 
Website: lostinastory.blog

Jenna
Twitter: 
Website: 

Rhianne
Twitter: @lilnovelist 
Website: https://linktr.ee/littlenovelist93

Becca Jayne
Twitter: @LittleMemoirs 
Website: prettylittlememoirs.com

Aradhna
Twitter: @thebitterbeast 
Website: foldedbetweenthepagesofbooks.com

Gracie
Twitter: @GracieFM 
Website: graciefm.wordpress.com

The Book Moo
Twitter: @TheBookMoo 
Website: thebookmoo.wordpress.com

Amy-Louise
Twitter: 
Website: tomeswithtea.wordpress.com