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 a blanket and umbrella, (especially if you’ve woken up to cooler, wetter weather here in the UK), and come and have a browse with me.
Here are just some of the great reviews I’ve read this week
Keeper of Pages – Believe Me by JP Delaney & Toxic by Jacqui Rose
What’s Nonfiction – In the Skin of a Jihadist by Anna Erelle
Dressed to Read – The Romanov Empress by G. W. Gortner
Novel Deelights – Death in Dulwich by Alice Castle
Me and My Books – One Summer in Italy by Sue Moorcroft
What Cathy Read Next – Old Baggage by Lissa Evans
Here are just some fab posts from across the book blogging community
Fictionophile – Cover Love part 58: Eiffel Tower & Wednesday’s Word = Secret
Jill’s Book Cafe – My Theakston Old Peculier Writing Festival
The Belgian Reviewer – Same Book, Different Cover #07
Always Trust In Books – Supporting Other Bloggers
The Book Review Cafe – TopFiveThursday with Katie’s Book Cave
On the Blog This Week
The week started started off very quietly as my internet connection had stopped working before the weekend and wasn’t fixed until Tuesday afternoon. Fortunately I managed to cobble together a quick Top 5 Tuesdy post in celebration of being back online again! On Wednesday I shared my current reading status with my usual WWW Wednesdays! post. On Thursday I hosted an stop on the Do No Harm blog tour with an international giveaway for a paperback copy of the book. On Friday I joiined in with the Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag and on Saturday I shared my usual Stacking The Shelves post.
BBC World News – Tsundoku: The Art of Buying Books and Never Reading Them
The Guardian – Who is Captain Marvel?
The Guardian – Scroll Free September Aims to Wean us Off Social Media
The Guardian – Footage of Sole Survivor of Amazon Tribe Emerges
AudioFile Magazine – Spotlight on Narrator Tavia Gilbert
Thanks for reading and have a lovely Sunday 😀