Good morning and welcome to my weekly round up inspired by Novels and Nonfiction. So, grab yourself a comfy chair, a coffee, tea or even a 99 ice-cream, (especially if you’re enjoying this prolonged heatwave in the UK), and come and have a browse with me.
Here are just some of the great reviews I’ve read this week
Bibliobeth – Behind Closed Doors by B. A . Paris
What’s Nonfiction – Blood Ivy by Paul Collins
Swirl & Thread – The Party by Lisa Hall
Cleopatra Loves Books – Watching You by Lisa Jewell
Anne Bonny Book Reviews – A Noise Downstairs by Linwood Barclay
Books and Me! – The Madonna of Bolton by Matt Cain
Book Inspector – Zero by Marc Elsberg
Bionic Book Worm – The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne
Always Trust In Books – Madman Walking by L.F. Robertson
Linda’s Book Bag – No Further Questions by Gillian McAllister
Here are just some fab posts from across the book blogging community
Books, Vertigo & Tea – Rereading Books That Missed the Mark
Bookidote – Bonding Through Blogging & The Nevers and Forevers of Readers
Jill’s Book Cafe- Five on Friday & On Being Yourself
Beereader Books – Supporting Kids Reading This Summer
Fictionophile – Wednesday’s Word = Other (Cover Love redux)
Excuse My Reading – Frantic Fridays
On the Blog This Week
It’s been quite a busy week for the blog with me sharing my review of The French Girl by Lexie Elliot. On Tuesday I shared joined with Top Tuesday and shared the Best Books I’ve read in 2018 (So Far). On Wednesday I shared my review when I hosted a stop on the blog tour for Happily Never After by Emma Robinson and also joined in with WWW Wednesdays! On Thursday I shared my publication day review for The Floor Is Lava by Ivan Brett and on Friday I took part in the Six Degrees of Separation meme. On Saturday I joined in with the Six in Six meme and posted my usual Stacking The Shelves post.
Helen Cullen – A Lost Letter To..
BBC Arts – Peter McKee on Painting Britain’s Working Class
The Guardian – If You Only Read One Book this Summer…Make It This One
BBC News – How Much Are Signed Books Worth?
BBC Wales – Heatwave Unveils Ancient Settlements