Good morning and welcome to my weekly round up inspired by Novels and Nonfiction. The weather has been like spring this week so I thought I change the photo from the roaring fire to something more sunny and outdoors. It’s not quite warm enough to sit outside and read but it’s nice to dream! 😉 So grab yourself a cosy spot, and have a browse at all the lovely links I have for you this week.

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This Week’s Reviews

Jennifer~Tar Heel Reader – The Secretary & The Huntress
Swirl & Thread – The Night Olivia Fell & Midwinter Break
The Belgian Reviewer – Gone Midnight
Jo’s Book Blog – Little Darlings & The Good Friend
Carla Loves To Read – Becoming & The Dream Daughter
Dee’s Rad Reads – The Girl He Used To Know
Rather Too Fond of Books – East of England
damppebbles – The Hunting Party
Ola Reads Books – Just Eat It
Novel Deelights – Flowers Over The Inferno
Cleopatra Loves Books – The Cromwell Street Murders
The Tattooed Book Geek – A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World
Linda’s Book Bag – Am I Ugly?
Reader Witch – Day of the Accident
Reading Between The Pages – The Things We Cannot Say
The Geeky Bibliophile – The Wife
Blue Mood Cafe – My Favourite One Night Stand
Emma’s Bookish Corner – The Sewing Machine
Chocolate’n’Waffles – The Happiness Project
Keeper of Pages – The Bear and the Nightingale & The Glass Woman
Beereader Books – Happiness for Beginners
Reading Ladies – Leadership in Turbulent Times
Ignoring Life – Men Without Women
It’s All About Books – An American Marriage
From Belgium With Love – Call Me Star Girl

Posts from across the book blogging community

Perspective of a Writer – How To Find Your Book Blogger Flow
Umut Reviews – We Need More Books Like This
Fictionophile – Cover Love: part 68 – Lights in Windows
Book Reviews and Tours by Rachel Read it – My Agatha Christie Year Part 1
What Jas Wrote – Will You Be My Pal-entine?
Bookish Rita – Exploring the Book: Beautiful Covers
From Belgium With Love – Q&A with Ariana D. Den Bleyker
Never enough books… – Books, bookshelves, and behind the scenes
Chrissi Reads – Talking about Love Iris with Biblobeth!
The Reading Chick – Interview with Rachel @ Rae Reads

On The Blog

On Tuesday I joined in with Teaser Tuesday and shared my review of Book Love by Debbie Tung. On Wednesday I posted my review of I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella and shared my usual WWW Wednesdays! post. On Thursday I finally got a chance to share my review on The Silent Patient blog tour! On Friday I posted my review for my Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh, my first buddy read of the year, and on Saturday I shared my usual Stacking The Shelves post.

Other Links

The Guardian – David Tennant: “To Certain People, You’ll Always be The Doctor”  &  Japanese Women Push Back Against Valentine’s Tradition of ‘Obligation Chocolate’
inews – Kate Mosse: Reading Historical Fiction Helps Us Make Sense of the World 
BBC News – Saffiyah Khan: From EDL Viral Photo to The Specials & Sweets Industry Stands Firm Against Sugar Backlash
The Guardian – Tell Us: What Books Are the Most Shocking or Disturbing & David Lammy on “Why There’s Nothing Scary About a Black Man in a Hoodie”
Djibouti Jones – Don’t Send Your Marie Kondo’ed Clutter to Africa
Joseph D’Lacey – Publishing – What It’s done to Me, The Writer, and You, the Reader 
The Guardian – Why I Lied: After Dan Mallory, Authors who Faked Their Stories on What Happened Next
LoveReading – Industry Insight: Q&A with Ellie Hughes at Michael Joseph
Apple Island Wife – Bestseller Rankings and other Meaningless Things

Thanks for reading and have a lovely Sunday 😀