Links I’ve Enjoyed This Week – 26/04/2020 #WeeklyRoundUpPost πŸ”—πŸ“† πŸ”— #SecretLibraryBookBlog

Good morning and Welcome to my weekly round up post πŸ˜€Β  I’ve got some lovely links for you again this week. So, find yourself a cosy spot and come have a browse with me. πŸ˜€

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Recent Reviews

Lex Brookman – Blurred Lines
One More Word – My Pear-Shaped Life & The Glass Hotel
Chocolate’n’Waffles – Lockdown
Fictionophile – Letters From the Past
The Quiet Knitter – Sisters of Berlin
Taking on a World of Words – A Mother’s Reckoning
Books and Me! – The Glass Hotel
Always Need More Books – My Pear-Shaped Life & Rainbow Milk
Blue Mood CafΓ© – Sunrise on Half Moon Bay
Over The Rainbow Book Blog – The Strangers
Cosy Books – City of Girls
Zooloo’s Book Diary – The Calico Cat
Chat About Books – Art and Soul
The Quiet Geordie – Rapid Reviews
The Belgian Reviewer – The SwitchΒ 

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Β Posts from across the book blogging community

Novel Deelights – Step Back in Time: Historical Fiction Recommendations & The Roy and Castells series
Taking on a World of Words – Literacy Pregnancy
Linda’s Book Bag – Staying in with Liz Treacher
Reading Between the Pages – Book-to-Screen – 4 Series and 2 Movies to Enjoy From The Comfort of Your Home
Swirl and Thread – The Book of Longings: An Audio Clip

Β On The Blog

It’s been a very quiet week on the blog, I only posted twice :/ On Wednesday I joined in with WWW Wednesdays! and on Saturday I shared my usual Stacking The Shelves post.Β 

Other Links

Evie Gaughan – Girl in the Middle
The Guardian – Interview with Sophie Ellis-Bextor & Honey I Flipped the Garden & The Plight of the Cuckoo & Italian Lessons: What We Learnt from Two Months of Home Schooling
BBC News –
Dancer Uses Bin Night to Perform for Neighbours & Audiobooks: the Rise and Rise of Books You Don’t Read
Positive News – What Went Right & Meet the Refugees Creating a Buzz & Life After Lockdown: One Man’s Plan to the UK Back on it’s Feet
European Space Agency – Deserted Venetian Lagoon & Air Pollution Remains Low as Europeans Stay at Home

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Thanks for reading, have a lovely Sunday and stay safe xxΒ 

 

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  1. Great post! I just read the Guardian article – really good – though I have to laugh, when he said ‘Using a sharp kitchen knife I sliced a hole in my child’s blackout blind.’ — I’m steel reeling at the horror lol

    Happy Pinhole Camera day! πŸ˜€

  2. Thanks for this! I loved the BBC one on the “blue-eyed boy of literature”. I’m really glad that people are warming up to audibooks. Spoken word was my first introduction to literature: being read to by my parents. So I’ve got this womb-ish, coming home association to it, that it has really never felt like betraying printed words at all.

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