Links I’ve Enjoyed This Week – 31/05/2020 #WeeklyRoundUpPost πŸ”—πŸ“† πŸ”— #SecretLibraryBookBlog

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

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Recent Reviews

Zooloo’s Book Diary – Swipe Right
Linda’s Book Bag – Hello, Again & More Than Marmalade: Michael Bond and the Story of Paddington
The Belgian Reviewer – The House Share
Over The Rainbow Book Blog – Tsarina
The Quiet Geordie – Rapid Reviews
It’s All About Books – The House Guest & The Catch
Books and Me! – We Begin At The End
Bookidote – Catwoman (2004) Movie Review
Novel Deelights – I Made A Mistake & The House Share
Jo’s Book Blog – The Secrets of Strangers
Chat About Books – Days of Wonder
Me and My Books – The Doll Factory & Island of Secrets
Always Need More Books – Little Fires Everywhere
Rae Reads – Fatal Masquerade
Swirl and Thread – The Winter Agent
Don Jimmy Reviews – The Fire Starters
Book After Book – The Split
Blue Mood CafΓ© – Hideaway & In Five Years
HayleyReviews10 – Percolate
OwlBeSatReading – Strangeways: A Prison Officer’s Story
Ally Write Things – My Dark Vanessa
Chocolate’n’Waffles – No Signal
N S Ford – Queen Victoria: Daughter, Wife, Mother, Widow & Help Me!Β 

Book Blogger Posts

Bookidote – What Does A Blogger Do?
Art and Soul – Recipe: Lemon Melt Icing Sugar Cookies
FromBelgiumWithBookLove – What Books Have Taught Me – Part 3
The Belgian Reviewer –Β Same Book, Different Cover #13
N S Ford – A-Z of My Blog!
Reading Between the Pages – Book-to-Screen- Book Adaptations That You Can Enjoy From The Comfort Of Your Home!

On The Blog

On Monday I shared my sign up post for the 20 Books of Summer reading challenge. On Wednesday I joined in with the WWW Wednesdays! meme. On Thursday I shared my audiobook review for My Family and Other Animals by Gerald Durrell and on Saturday I shared my usual Stacking The Shelves post.

Other Links

Penguin – How Jane Austen’s Social Distancing Reflects Our Coronavirus World
The Bookseller – Little Toller Reprints Diary of a Young Naturalist
BBC – When Thousands Sing the Messiah Remotely
YouTube – What Is The WordPress Block Editor? & How To Switch To The WordPress Block Editor
The Guardian – Covid 19: The Role of Vitamin D & A Postcard From The Future: Life in Denmark After The Lockdown & Culture Quiz &

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

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  1. I think I read that there will still be a classic editor option Within the block editor for a while . Hoping that’s true. I tried the new editor once when it first came out and after one long afternoon fussing with it and my post still wasn’t finished I switched back to classic. I need to set up a draft that I can practice on!

      1. I’m wondering if I can use the new editor on that one practice post or if it affects my entire blog? Probably the latter 😱 but I need to start practicing I think! Maybe I can switch to the new for practice and then switch back to classic for actually writing a post? I’m not looking forward to the time investment.

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