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.

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Here are some of the great reviews I’ve read this week

Mrs Bloggs Books – Hassle Free Gluten Free by Jane Devonshire
What Cathy Read Next – Juliet & Romeo by David Hewson
Linda’s Book Bag – The Betrayal by Kate Furnivall
Swirl & Thread – The Lido by Libby Page
Susan Loves Books – The Amish Teacher’s Gift by Rachel J Good
What’s Nonfiction – Into the Heart of Texas by Lawrence Wright
Halfman, Halfbook – Hope In The Dark by Rebecca Solnit & Why do Birds Suddenly Disappear by Lev Parikian
Me and My Books – The Old You by Louise Voss
Rather Too Fond of Books – Let Me Be Like Water by Sarah Perry
Keeper of Pages – The Craftsman by Sharon Bolton
Dee’s Rad Reads – All the Ever Afters (The Untold Story of Cinderella by Danielle Teller

These are some fab posts from across the book blogging community

Jill’s Book Cafe = Five on Friday with Rose Alexander
J.W.Martin – First Impression Friday
Swirl & Thread – ‘The Tweet that Changed My Life’ by Andrea Mara
Kelly’s Rambles – FairyLoot: April 2018 Unboxing
Emma’s Bookish Corner – My Chronicle Box – May Unboxing
Fictionophile – Wednesday word = Missing (Cover Love redux)

On The Blog This Week:

On Monday I shared my review of Periods Gone Public. I joined in with the meme Teaser Tuesday with a few lines from Lost for Words, a book that’s given me a huge book hangover. On Wednesday I shared my usual WWW Wednesdays! post and joined in with the Emotions in Colours Book Tag. On Friday I shared my review of the non-fiction book F*** You Very Much and on Saturday I sharing my usual Stacking The Shelves post.

Other Links I’ve Enjoyed

Mental Floss – 17 Secrets of Audiobook Narrators
Nosy Crow – “No Room on the Broom”: Axel Scheffler’s acceptance speech for the inaugural Illustrator of the Year Award at the British Book Awards
BBC – Face recognition police tools ‘staggeringly inaccurate’
The Jersey Evening Post – The forensic photographer who’s putting the Island’s Asian hornets in the frame
Eve Gaughan – What To Do Before Your Book Launch
The GuardianBacon, Cheese Slices and Saw blades: The Strangest Bookmarks Left at libraries

Thanks for reading and have a lovely Sunday 🙂

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