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

Dee’s Rad Reads and Reviews – The Favorite Daughter
What’s Nonfiction – Behind Putin’s Curtain
Me and My Books – The Death of Mrs Westaway
The Geeky Bibliophile – Welcome to Dystopia: 45 Visions of What Lies Ahead
Chat About Books – The Peacock Room
N S Ford – Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
Bookidote – Westside
Chocolate’n’Waffles – Tick Tock
The Book Spine – The Unauthorised Biography of Ezra Maas
Swirl and Thread – The House on the Edge of the Cliff
FromBelgiumWithBookLove – The Willow Woman
Cleopatra Loves Books – The Mother-In-Law
Rather Too Fond of Books – 10 Things to do Before You Leave School
Reading Between The Pages – Days of Wonder
It’s All About Books – Dead Inside
Reading Ladies – The Scent Keeper
Excuse My Reading – The Language of Birds
Books and Me! – Becoming Mrs Lewis                               

Posts from across the book blogging community

Blue Mood Cafe – BuzzFeed’s Products for Anyone Who’d Rather Be Reading
Umut Reviews – #TryAChapter: Keep or Unhaul #4
BookMadJo – The Life of a Book Blogger: When Life Gets in the Way
Beereader Books – My Favourite Things – Monthly Treats
Emma’s Bookish Corner – Why Bookshops Rock!
What Cathy Read Next – Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Wouldn’t Part With
Always Trust in Books – The A-Z of Me
Susanlovesbooks – Sunday Bookish Love
Jill’s Book Cafe – Five on Friday with Nicola May
Chrissi Reads – Chrissi Chat – Where I’m At
N S Ford – Elmer is 30
Love Books Group – Which Do You Prefer? #BookCovers                                    

On The Blog

I started the week by sharing my 20 Books of Summer list and on Tuesday I shared my book review of What The Knows by Amy Harmon. On Wednesday I shared my review on the blog tour for I Know Who You Are by Alice Feeney and shared my usual WWW Wednesdays! post. On Friday I shared my usual Happy Friday! post and on Saturday I shared my usual Stacking The Shelves post.

Other Links

BookTrust – Parents Swap Books for Tech at Bedtime
YouTube – Greta Thunberg and the Young Activists Fighting for their Future
The Guardian – Neil Gaiman: ‘Good Omens Feels more Apt Now Than it did 30 Years Ago’Cecil Beaton Exhibition to Put Spotlight on Bright Young Things 
BBC News – Being Black in Nazi Germany
The Guardian – Could You Give Up Flying? Meet the No-Plane Pioneers Inside Huawei A Photo EssayReaders Tributes and Memories of Judith Kerr  –  Can You Guess the British City from the Vintage Travel Poster? 

Thanks for reading and have a lovely Sunday 😀