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

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.

autumnal reading

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

Always Trust in Books – Nine Pints by Rose George
Books and Me! – Unquiet Women by Max Adams & Where the What If Roams and the Moon Is Louis Armstrong by Esther Krivda
Halfman, Halfbook – The Light in the Dark by Horatio Clare
Me and My Books – Christmas Spirit by Nicola May
Blue Mood Cafe – Jane Doe by Victoria Helen Stone
Carla Loves To Read – Book Love by Debbie Tung
Linda’s Book Bag – Miss Marley by Vanessa Lafaye & completed by Rebecca Mascull
The Belgian Reviewer – The Lingering by SJI Holliday
What’s Nonfiction – Pale Horse Rider by Mark Jacobson & Fear: Trump in the White House by Bob Woodward
Novel Deelights – The Murder of Harriet Monckton by Elizabeth Haynes

Here are some fab posts from across the book blogging community

Cleopatra Loves Books – Remembrance Day 11 November 2018
bookidote – Bohemian Rhapsody Movie Review
Linda’s Book Bag – Staying in with Beth Burgess
Emma’s Bookish Corner – November My Chronicle Box – Crime & Mystery Unboxing
The book review cafe – #TopFive Thursday with Nikola at Breathing Through Pages
Jill’s Book Cafe – Five on Friday with Jo Furniss
The Tattooed Book Geek – Fun and Inappropriate Covers to Make You Smile

On The Blog This Week

On Monday I shared my book pairing choices for Week 2 of Nonfiction November. On Tuesday I joined with Top Tuesday sharing books from my tbr that I want to read. On Wednesday I shared my usual WWW Wednesdays! post and on Thursday I shared my review on the final stop for The Light in the Dark blog tour. On Friday I    joined in with the Book Tag Shelfie by Shelfie and on Saturday I posted my usual Stacking The Shelves post.

Other Links

The Guardian – Five Sons Killed. Then A Town’s Pleas To Save The Last Were Heard
The Guardian – Peter Jackson on They Shall Not Grow Old
The Washington Post – I Wanted My Kids to Love Books. So why did I stop Reading Them Myself?
The Guardian – Michelle Obama Event Ticket Touted for 70K on Viagogo
BBC – Meeting Kosovo’s Click bait Merchants
Brain Pickings – Neil Gaiman on Why We Read and What Books Do for the Human Experience 
June Molloy – Wild Boar Feeding Project, Taurage (Lithuania)

   Thanks for reading and have a lovely Sunday  🙂

 

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