Links I’ve Enjoyed This Week – 14/04/19

Good morning and welcome to my weekly round up inspired by Novels and Nonfiction. 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

Book Bum – American Psycho
Anne Bonny Book Reviews – My Love Story
Umut Reviews – The Language of Birds & If, Then
Swirl and Thread – The Confessions of Frannie Langton
Carla Loves To Read – Chickens Eat Pasta
Jennifer ~ Tar Heel Reader – The Book of Dreams
Chocolate’n’Waffles – Death Before Coffee
FromBelguimWithBookLove – Inborn
Chat About Books – Amazing Grace
Beereader Books – A Little Pick Me Up
Chrissi Reads – It Only Happens In The Movies
Linda#s Book Bag – The Cliff House
The Geeky Bibliophile – Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn and World War II
Art and Soul – The Flat Share

Posts from across the book blogging community

Carla Loves To Read – Ten Things I Do For The Love of Books
The Belgian Reviewer – New BFF: The Reading Chick
Pages and Plots – Why I don’t Read in My Native Language
Jennifer ~ Tar Heel Reader – Author Interview with Susan Kaplan
One More Word – Audiobook, Kindle or Print – Does the Choice Matter to You?
Bookidote – Instagram Pods: Why It’s Bad and How To Detect Them 
N S Ford – 5 Cultural Trends I Want to Throw in the Bin
Fictionophile – The A-Z of Me

On The Blog

On Monday I shared my audiobook review for Apocalypse Any Day Now by Tea Krulos and on Wednesday I shared my usual WWW Wednesdays! post. On Friday I shared my Happy Friday! the Positivity Wave #5 post and on Saturday I shared my usual Stacking The Shelves post.

Other Links

Positive News – Time to be Kind: Why Kindness Matters
Fabricating Fiction – Never Underestimate the Power of a Story
The Guardian – 100 year old Woman Stands for German Council Election & The Story of the Headington Shark & Switzerland Decides Coffee Beans Not Vital for Human Survival
AudioFile – Celebrating Women’s History Month with Narrators Tavia Gilbert and Suzanne Toren
BBC News – Where Are England’s Pongiest Places? & Aphantasia Ex Pixar Chief’s Mind’s Eye is Blind & How to Solve the Plastic Packaging Paradox & How does it Feel to be Watched at Work All the Time?

Thanks for reading and have a lovely Sunday 😀

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