Links 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 browse with me.


I’ve read some great reviews again this week

What Cathy Read Next – The Black Earth by Philip Kazan

Novel Deelights – The Key to Death’s Door by Mark Tilbury

Ann Bonny Book Reviews – I Am Nobody’s Nigger by Dean Atta

It’s all About Books – The Air raid Killer by Frank Goldammer

Art and Soul – The Fire Court (Ashes of London 2) by Andrew Taylor

I’ve read some fab posts from book bloggers

Bookidote – Bookish Pet Peeves

Chocolate ‘n’ Waffles – The 2018 London Book Fair or the “Publishing Maze”

The Belgian Reviewer – DIY Project: It’s Book O’Clock

Books, Vertigo and TeaMy Personal How To: Affording Books on a Budget

Bibliomaniac – Q & A with Louise Candlish ‘Our House’ Blog Tour

Leslie A. Lindsay – Wednesdays with Writers: Jane Corry

What Cathy Read Next – 10 Ways to Support Your Local Literary Festival

On The Blog This Week:

I started off the week by posting a music video for Music Monday, and also joining in with The Book Addiction Tag created by Stuart @ Always Trust In Books. On Tuesday I hosted a stop on the blog tour for Those Other Women by Nicola Moriarty. On Wednesday it was time for another look at my current reads with WWW Wednesdays! On Thursday I joined in with a new meme My Blog’s Name in books hosted by Fictionophile. On  Saturday I posted my regular Stacking the Shelves post.

Finally some other links from across the internet

The Guardian – Book Clinic: Do Editors Often Have to Cut Authors Down to Size?

The New Yorker – Where the Amish Go on Vacation

The Guardian – Let’s Silence the Creative Writing Snobs

Cooking on a Bootstrap – PJB (Peanut Butter & Jam) Crumble

Wood Green Bookshop – Independent Bookshop Alliance – PLEASE READ THIS!

Thanks for reading and have a lovely Sunday 🙂





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  1. Thanks for the mention! Just read the article about the Amish. I’m not entirely sure why I find them so fascinating but I do. I can’t imagine getting a glimpse of the “real world” (lack of a better word) and then returning to their daily life just like that.

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