Links I’ve Enjoyed This Week – 04/11/18

Good morning and welcome to my weekly round up inspired by Novels and Nonfiction. So grab yourself a comfy chair, a coffee or tea and come and have a browse with me.

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Here are some of the reviews I’ve enjoyed this week

Halfman, Halfbook – The Real McCoy by Claire Cock-Starkey
What’s Nonfiction? – Daring to Drive, by Manal al-Sharif
Gem’s Quiet Corner – The Memory Collector by Fiona Harper 
Jo’s Book Blog – A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived by Adam Rutherford
Books and Me! – A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult
Mrs Bloggs The Average Reader – Little by Edward Carey
Carla Loves to Read – The Light Keeper’s Daughters by Jean E. Pendziwol
Keeper of Pages – Born A Crime by Trevor Noah
It’s All About Books – Book Love by Debbie Tung
Swirl & Thread – The Witches of St. Petersburg by Imogen Edwards-Jones
The Geeky Bibliophile – The Diary of a Young Girl: The Definitive Edition by Anne Frank

Here are some fab posts from across the book blogging community

Bee Reader – Beeswax Wraps Review
Books and Me! – Unboxing My Chronicle Book Box November Edition
Jill’s Book Cafe – Five on Friday with Tony J Forder
Compulsive Readers – Hot New Books for 2019 (Jan, Feb, March)
Keeper of Pages – Ramblings From My Pages #6
Chocolate’n’Waffles – Signs You Might Need A Break From Your Blog
Halfman, Halfbook – Publisher Profile: Elliot & Thompson
A Knight’s Reads – Bookish Small Screen Watching
Lucinda is Reading – Discussion: Are ARCs Actually Worth It?
HayleyReviews10 – A Spark of Light – Jodi Picoult Event

On The Blog This Week

On Tuesday I shared my review of It Started with Christmas by Jenny Hale when I hosted a stop on the blog tour. On Wednesday I shared my first post for Nonfiction November and also posted my usual WWW Wednesdays! post. On Thursday I shared my October Wrap Up & Favourite Books of The Month post.  On Friday I hosted a stop on the blog tour for One Way Ticket To Paris by Emma Robinson and I also shared my FlashbackFriday post. On Saturday I shared my usual Stacking the Shelves post.

Other Links

BBC Entertainment & Arts – Sheridan Smith Opens Her Heart
BBC In Pictures – Roman Visniac Jewish Photographer Between World Wars
Guardian – Southampton Bookshop Enlists Human Chain To Move to New Store
BlondeWriteMore – How to Look Like a Writer in a Coffee Shop
Reading Agency – Government Should Invest in Reading to Combat Loneliness

Thanks for reading and have a lovely Sunday 🙂



23 thoughts on “Links I’ve Enjoyed This Week – 04/11/18

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  1. That article about reading alleviating loneliness is wonderful! Thanks for sharing that. I hope it’s followed through on. And thank you so much for sharing my Daring to Drive review, glad you enjoyed it! Have a lovely Sunday 🙂

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