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The Chicklit Club website was launched in October 2007 to provide a comprehensive database of books for chick lit lovers. It now has more than 3000 titles (rated out of 10) from more than 1000 authors. With daily book reviews, news and interviews, it’s the one-stop site for readers needing their fix of chick lit. Published by Australian journalist Stephanie Pegler, it has grown to involve contributors from around the world, including the US and Canada, UK and Ireland, Asia and New Zealand. Love Chicklit … Join the Club! Email us.

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I Heart Chick Lit

I Heart.. Chick Lit is a blog dedicated to lovers of chick lit and women’s fiction. And a platform for readers to get together to share their love for chick lit. It is run by Kevin Loh, a Malaysian student, and it features everything bookish – from reviews of the latest titles (with casting of characters!), news of upcoming releases, author interviews and blog tours as well as giveaways. Kevin has one too many book boyfriends and would like to know yours too! Send him a tweet or drop him a message on Facebook!

A Spoonful of Happy Endings

A Spoonful of Happy Endings is a blog that focuses mainly on chick lit, romantic comedies and women’s fiction. It was launched in 2013 by Dutch book lover Jody Hoekstra and features book reviews, author interviews, upcoming releases, guest posts and giveaways. There’s nothing like a happy ending and Jody loves to share her passion for books with other avid readers and bloggers. Don’t hesitate to contact her via e-mail or Twitter!

Chick Lit Uncovered

Chick Lit Uncovered was founded in January 2014 by Elle, former editor of chick-lit website Trashionista. When Trashionista closed in 2013, Elle found that she couldn’t function without a book blog, thus Chick Lit Uncovered was created. Uncovered brings chick-lit fans reviews, weekly interviews from authors and news of the latest releases, upcoming books and debut writers. After having fallen in love with the genre more than a decade ago, Elle believes that chick lit will never go out of fashion!

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Thanks to Emma Thomson who designed the International Chick Lit Month banner. Emma is now a freelance illustrator after working for 10 years as an illustrator at The West Australian newspaper. She holds a diploma in graphic design, and dabbles in anything creative! Email Emma.


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Chick Lit is not Dead
Chick Lit is not Dead

Chick Lit is not Dead was founded in January 2009 by authors Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke because they believe that books with high fashion and happy endings never go out of style.  Not only do they blog about their own drama-filled  lives, they also host fantastic giveaways as well as feature a wide range of authors, from Emily Giffin to Jen Lancaster to Nicholas Sparks.  Chick Lit is not Dead is the place for anyone looking for their next great read or just need a really good LOL.  Email Liz or Lisa.


Novelicious is a blog focusing on the wonderful world of chick lit and romantic comedy books. Launched by Kirsty Greenwood in 2009, Novelicious features chick lit news, reviews, author and industry interviews and the popular Writer’s Tuesday for aspiring chick lit writers.  The Novelicious team includes Kirsty Greenwood, Kira Slaughter, Debs Carr, Anna Bell, Cesca Martin, Amanda Keats, Jules Absolom and Jenni Nock. Come say hello on Facebook or Twitter and happy reading, obvs! Email us.

Chick Lit Central

Chick Lit Central was formed in 2010 by Melissa Amster , who wanted a place to talk about chick lit novels with other readers. It was first just a group on Facebook, but she decided to make an accompanying blog for posting reviews. (The first author to send a review copy was Sarah Pekkanen with The Opposite of Me.) Soon, inspired by other blogs, it was expanded to interview authors and host giveaways. Melissa Patafio became a partner for the blog during the summer of 2010. They’ve had the opportunity to interview many wonderful authors and read some fantastic novels, as a result. Having a forum to discuss chick lit novels with readers all over the world has also been enjoyable for them. The blog has grown since 2011, to include review associates (Gail Allison, Becky Gulc, Jami Deise, Kathryn Hamilton and Miriam Plotinsky), a senior promotional associate (Tracey Meyers) and an additional partner, Amy Bromberg. They even have Cindy Roesel as their author liaison. Chick Lit Central always welcomes guest posts, book reviews, stories about meeting authors, etc. They’re not just a blog and Facebook group, they’re a community! Contact them by e-mail and visit them on Facebook and Twitter.

A Novel Review

Laura Kay, a stay-at-home mom with four children, has been an avid reader for years and enjoys writing short stories. She put her passion for reading and writing together to create A Novel Review. She reads all sorts of genres, especially chick lit and I’m always looking to find new authors to read.


7 Responses to Contact

  1. I’d like to interview someone connected to the sites about the state of chicklit today.

  2. Hi Sherryl
    Links to all our email addresses are above, so feel free to contact.

  3. Katie Bowers says:

    Hi there!
    My Name is Katie and I’m studying post-graduate Journalism and am writing an article on chick literature and was hoping one of you (who lives in Sydney) might be available for an interview? I appreciate that everyone is very busy so I would keep it brief! I am open to all view points so any responses at all would be great! As I am a student I have little to offer by way of payment except capacino’s and excessive gratitude, so I understand if people are too busy. If, however, anyone is interested my email address is Thanks for your time!

  4. HI, I am reaching out to bloggers to host giveaways and guest posts on their website. If you are interested then please email me at kerrytaylor776 at yahoo dot es. Thanks, Kerry

  5. Helen says:

    I’m a journalist in the U.K. and I would like to interview someone about the new series of chic-lit books called the Hunter Series. So far only book one, Hunter & Healer (G M Daniel) has been released on Amazon as an ebook for kindle. My magazine would like to know how English authors are received in Australia and how you think these books compare to the Fifty Shades series.

    Thanks Helen

  6. Hi, I would love to be interviewed please contact me on Thanks, Kerry

  7. steven says:


    My name is Steven and I run a website where I post free and deeply discounted ebooks. We also offer promotion services for ebooks. You can find my website at

    I’m contacting you today to ask if I could guest post on your website. I could talk about anything from writing, any how-to’s and even how to find free kindle books online. I can write very high quality, and very shareable content, for your blog.

    If you are interested, please reply to this email.

    Thank you for your time,

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