Links I’ve Enjoyed This Week – 23/06/19

Good morning and welcome to my weekly round up inspired by Novels and Nonfiction. I’ve had another lovely week with family and friends over on holiday, but I’ve still managed to find some lovely links for you this week. I’ll be on holiday with my family in the Yorkshire Dales next weekend for two weeks, so there won’t be one of these posts for a while. In the meantime here’s a water-skiing squirrel 😀

squirrel waterskiing

This Week’s Reviews

Zooloo’s Book Diary – Now You See Me
Chat About Books – The Infirmary
Taking on a World of Words – Writing Fiction for Dummies
Jennifer~Tar Heel Reader – Pieces of Her
Novel Deelights – The Whisper Man
Love Books Group – The Girl in the Tower
Swirl and Thread – Something to Live For
Don Jimmy Review – Daisy Jones and The Six
Reading Between the Pages – One of Us Is Lying
Cleopatra Loves Books – Still Me
FromBelgiumWithBookLove – Honeymoon With Death & The Honeymoon
Sarah’s Vignettes – The Sea Refuses No River
Not Another Book Blogger – The Priory of The Orange Tree
Reading Ladies – The Secret of Clouds
Dee’s Rad Reads and Reviews – Wherever She Goes
N S Ford – TV Review: Ireland with Simon Reeve
Book Nook – Princess DisGrace
For winter nights – The Last Widow
Books and Me! – The Glorious Life of the Oak

        Posts from across the book blogging community

Chocolate’n’Waffles – Chocolate’n’Orenda Road 2
What’s Nonfiction – 12 Upcoming Nonfiction titles to Look Forward to in Fall 2019
Anne Bonny Book Reviews – Top 5 Travel With Books Picked From the TBR
Jill’s Book Cafe – My Northwich Lit Fest Part 1, Part 2 & Five on Friday
Fictionophile – Wednesday’s Word = FRAGILE
Love Books Group – What book? Feature with Alex Irvine
It’s All About Books – Going Light for the Season
Bookidote – How To Create The Perfect Instagram Feed & Proper Blogging Etiquette
Ally Writes – How To: Use Goodreads Like A Pro
Paperfury – 7 Books I Nearly Didn’t Read
Blue Mood Cafe – Saturdays at the Cafe #44

       On the Blog

On Monday I shared my audiobook review for Educated by Tara Westover. On Tuesday I joined in with the Audiobook Tag. On Wednesday I took part in the Shelf Control meme and WWW Wednesdays! On Friday I shared my audiobook review for Murder at the Brightwell by Ashley Weaver and joined in with Meggy’s HappyFriday! #ThePositivityWave #15. On Saturday I shared my usual Stacking The Shelves post.

Other Links

Black History Month – Baroness Floella Benjamin… A Windrush Story
The Bookseller – Usborne to Reissue Cult 70s title Ghosts
The Guardian – What Would The World Be Like Without The Beatles, Top 10 Books About Cults & The Plight of the Midlist Author

Thanks for reading and have a lovely Sunday 😀

41 thoughts on “Links I’ve Enjoyed This Week – 23/06/19

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  1. Thanks for including my review! Your efforts in creating this post week after week do not go unnoticed by me! I hope you have a lovely holiday!

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