Links I’ve Enjoyed This Week – 17/02/19

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 😀

 

 

 

 

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46 thoughts on “Links I’ve Enjoyed This Week – 17/02/19

  1. Kelly says:

    Not once but twice! Actual life goals right there! (Well blogger goals anyway 😉) This softens the blow of waking up on the wrong side of 35 immensely 😁 Thanks Nicki!

  2. Janel (Keeper of Pages) says:

    Thanks for featuring my reviews, different but both wonderfully atmospheric books! I love the links you find around the web, I particularly like the ‘Don’t Send Your Marie Kondo’ed Clutter to Africa’ post – you’d think it’s common sense not to send broken or out-dated stuff but apparently not! I also like the idea of shifting from ‘declutter’ to ‘never clutter’ although it’s much easier said than done! I’ve bookmarked this post to read the rest of the articles later. Great post, Nicki.

  3. deborahkehoe says:

    Thanks for including my post! I had to check out your link to the article on giving ‘Obligation Chocolate’ in Japan for Valentine’s Day? What is that craziness? That would be sooo expensive and totally unnecessary! Thank Goodness they are pushing back!

  4. Inge | The Belgian Reviewer says:

    I already checked out a few of the other blogposts. For a summer read, I’m adding the funny My Favourite One Night Stand to my readlist :-). I also loved Emma’s review of The Sewing Machine that escaped me till now. Thanks for featuring my review of Gone Midnight as well Nicki! xxx

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