About this blog

Greetings and salutations, fellow readers! 


Welcome to Omnivore Bibliosaur!  As you can tell from the title of my blog, I devour all kinds of stories, in both print and audio formats (this includes physical & digital versions).  My primary focus here is on LGBTQIA+ overall; more often than not, I’ll post about lesbian-focused stories.  Occasionally I share information about literary events and resources, such as the post I did for National Poetry Month

The reviews include books that you can find via your public library and via commercial sources.  In the blog posts, I try to include links to the author, publisher, book, and how you can access a copy, as well as related content you can read on the interwebs.   

Other places you can find me posting about the glorious world of books include Twitter, Tumblr, and The Lesbrary.


2 thoughts on “About this blog

  1. Have just discovered your blog and look forward to reading through some of your past postings. I know it takes a lot of work to read, listen and then write up a blog about books and audiobooks, so thank you for the time you put into it all.

    • bibliosaurus123

      Thank you so much for commenting on and following my blog! It’s a goal of mine to comment more on audiobooks this year, as well as the smorgasbord of lesfic. I hope you enjoy reading the postings.

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