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 browse with me.

banner shot for blog posts I loved this week

I have read so many great reviews this week and have I’ve added loads to my Goodreads shelf. Here are some of those reviews:

What Cathy Read Next – Beautiful Star & Other Stories by Andrew Swanston

Swirl & Thread – Oh My God What A Complete Aisling by Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen

Me and My Books – Carnegie’s Maid

Novel Deelights – 29 Seconds by T M Logan & I’m Watching You by Teresa Driscoll

The Geeky Bibliophile – When The Call You a Terrorist by Patrisse Cullors & Asha Bandelle

Naty’s Bookshelf – The Ghostwriter by Alessandra Torre

The Tattooed Book Geek – The Feed by Nick Clark Windo

Keeper of the Pages – Veronica’s Bird

Once again I’ve read some fab posts from book bloggers which are worth checking out if you don’t already follow them:

Books, Vertigo & Tea – Confessions of a Tea- Sippin’ Blogger – I Live in a Home of Non-Readers

The Geeky Bibliophile – Bookblogger Problems: Procrastinating Writing Reviews

Novels and Non-Fiction – Les Miserables 2018 Chapter A Day Read Along

Fictionophile – Cover Love: Solitary Birds

Linda’s Book Bag – In Love and War Guest Post by Liz Trenow

What Cathy Read Next – Top Ten Tuesday Postscript

On The Blog This Week:

I started off the week sharing a music video for Music Monday,and posted my review of The Wife Between Us. On Tuesday I shared my Bookish Goals for Top Ten Tuesday post and posted my review of Making Lemonade. On Wednesday I took part in WWW Wednesdays! I shared my choice for ThrowbackThursday post and Friday I took part in The Bookish Naughty List Book Tag and on Saturday I posted my latest book haul on Stacking the Shelves.

Here are some other links from across the internet that I think are worth looking at:

Ninja Book Box – London Bookshop Crawl: A Past Crawler’s Experience and Why You Should Do It

Bookstr – 10 Rockin’ Songs that Reference Classic Literature

Wood Green Bookshop – Independent Bookshops Working Together? I Think It’s Possible

The Guardian – Shelf Effacements: How Not to Organise Your Bookshelves

Pan Macmillan – Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Christopher Robin