Blog Posts I’ve 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 last browse of 2017 with me. 🙂

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Book Reviews That Made Me Want to Read The Book:

Bookidote’s The Hate U Give and Dear Martin

Linda’s Book Bag’s A Moment for Teachers by Alice Langholt

The Belgian Reviewer’s The Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera

Cleopatra Loves Books’ – The Heart’s Furies by John Boyne

Fictionophile’s – A Cornish Christmas by Lily Graham

Bookish Posts

Jill’s book Cafe’s Five on Friday with Graeme Cumming

746 Books’ Novels in Translation – a challenge and a call for help

Reading Between the Pages – Extensive List of Reading Challenges

It’s All About the Books – 2018 Beat the Backlist Sign Up

Linda’s Book Bag’s – Staying in With…

Book Bum’s My 2017 bookish Awards Plus a Look Back Over the Year

On The Blog

This week I shared my 5 most popular book reviews in 2017, 2 of the different reading challenges I’m going to take part in next year, 2018 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge and the NetGalley & Edelweiss Challenge, plus my book review of The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton.

Other Links

My Peacock books – #Poetry: The Cold Winter

The Guardian’s – ‘Where do I think best? In bed’ – Authors Reveal their Dream Retreats

Jenny O’Brien’s My Year in Pictures

 

 

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