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.
I’ve read so many great reviews again this week and I’ve added loads to my Goodreads shelf. Here are some of those reviews:
Novel Deelights – Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh
Jo’s Book Blog – Lullaby by Leila Slimani
The Belgian Reviewer – It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover
Gem’s Quiet Corner – Surprise Me by Sophie Kinsella
Books Vertigo & Tea – A Land of Permanent Goodbyes by Atia Abawi
Dees Rad Reads and Reviews – Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage
Me and My Books – The Old Bridge by Andrew Turpin
Over the Rainbow Book Blog – Ivon by Michael Aylwin
Cover 2 Cover – Spare and Found Parts by Sarah Maria Griffin
Once again I’ve read some fab posts from book bloggers which are worth checking out if you don’t already follow them:
BookBum – The BookBum Club: February Theme
Kelly’s Rambles – 2018 Bullet Journal Set Up!
The Belgian Reviewer – PageHabit Mystery Box: Unboxing
Fictionophile – Are You An Avid Reader?
booksaremyfavouirteandbest – Odd Links
Natty’s Bookshelf – Books I Read Because of Book Bloggers #1
On The Blog This Week:
I started off the week posting a music video for Music Monday and shared my latest book culling by way of Down The TBR Hole meme. On Tuesday I joined in with Top 5 Tuesday sharing 5 books on my tbr that intimidate me. On Wednesday I posted WWW Wednesdays! and on Thursday I shared my January Wrap Up and Favourite Books of the Month and my Looking Ahead This Month’s TBR List (February 2018). On Friday I shared my review for Goddess of Battle. I also joined in with Kerry’s new monthly feature #FlashbackFriday sharing my book reviews from this time last year and my on Saturday I shared another Stacking the Shelves post.
Finally here are some other links from across the internet that I think are worth looking at:
The Guardian – Further Reading: Elif Shaf on books to change your mind
BBC Culture – How the children of Nazi Germany remember World War Two
Pan Macmillan – Julia Chapman’s Favourite Cosy Crime Books
A Year of Reading – Book of the Month: Ahmet Altan
PodBean – Audiobook Speakeasy Podcast
Irish Central – Did You Know Ireland Has An Amish Community?