Blog Posts I Enjoyed This Week

I’m joining Novels and Nonfiction again with sharing my favourite posts of the week.

So, grab yourself a coffee, (or tea) a comfy chair and come and have a Christmassy browse with me:

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Book Reviews That Made Me Want to Read The Book

Mrs Bloggs – Tipping Point by Terry Tyler

Emma’s Bookish Corner – Three Things About Elsie by Joanna Cannon

My Peacock Books – Pop-up Shakespeare by Jennie Maizels and the Reduced Shakespeare Company

Minimac Reviews Out of Mecklenburg: The Unwilling Spy by James Remmer

Keeper of the Pages Best Day Ever by Kaira Rouda

Bookish Posts

My Peacock Books – Christmas 2017 Recommended Reads and Gifts

Fictionophile’s – Cover Love – Piano Keys

Choc n Waffles Five things Not to Say to a Book Lover if You Want a Second Date

Linda’s Book Bag – Now More Than Ever: A Guest Post by Jane Mersky Leder

On The Blog

This week I’ve blogged about My Life in Books (2017 Edition), My Favourite Audiobooks and My Favourite Covers and also shared my latest Friday Finds.

Other Links

Interesting Literature’s Interesting Facts About A Christmas Carol

Jennie Ensor’s The Christmas Spirit

LizaJaneChronicles – Be safe. Be Kind. Be Human.

Joanna Cannon’s – Twenty-One Days Without the Internet

BBC Ten Pieces – Six Reasons Why The Nutcracker Is The Perfect Christmas Music

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18 thoughts on “Blog Posts I Enjoyed This Week

  1. Fictionophile says:

    Thanks so much for the mention – and for bringing my attention to some great posts that I would have otherwise missed. Merry Christmas to you and yours πŸŽ„β›„πŸŽ„

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