Links I’ve Enjoyed This Week – 05/07/2020 #WeeklyRoundUpPost πŸ”—πŸ“† πŸ”— #SecretLibraryBookBlog

Good morning and welcome to my weekly round up post. It’s a bit shorter this week because I’m in the process of moving house, but I’ve got some lovely links for you. So, find yourself a cosy spot and come and have a browse with me. πŸ˜€

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Recent Reviews

746 Books – Portia Coughlan
Fictionophile – Seven Lies
The Belgian Reviewer – Fifty-Fifty
Carla Loves To Read – Mini Reviews & What Lies Between Us &
Always Need More Books – The Family Holiday
Chat About Books – Carrion
It’s All About Books – How To Save A Life & Yvo’s Shorties #171 &
FromBelgiumWithBookLove – Hinton Hollow Death Trip
Chocolate’n’Waffles – Fifty-Fifty
Linda’s Book Bag – The Miseducation of Evie Epworth & Into the Tangled Bank
damppebbles – Mexican Gothic
For Book Lovers and Random People – Girl, Woman, Other
Jo’s Book Blog – The Age of Miracles
Me and My Books – The Flatshare
Reading Ladies Book Club – The Vanishing Half

Β Book Blogger Posts

Susanlovesbooks – Coming Next Week to NetGalley!
The Book Jotter – Six in Six – 2020 Edition
Reading Ladies
Book Club Blog Audit Challenge 2020: June
What’s Nonfiction? – 10 Favourite New Nonfiction Releases
The Withering – Things I Still Need To Learn & Comment for Comment – A Faulty SystemΒ 

HayleyReviews10 – Film thoughts The Girl on the Train
Jill’s Book CafΓ© – My Pick of July 2020 Kindle Deals Part 1

On The Blog

On Monday I shared my audiobook review for The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri. On Tuesday I joined in with Top Ten Tuesday and on Wednesday I shared my usual WWW Wednesdays! post. On Thursday I shared my June Wrap-Up and Favourite Books of the Month post. On Friday I took part in Kerry’s #FlashbackFriday meme and on Saturday I shared my usual Stacking The Shelves post.

Β Other Links

BBC – Viral Orphaned Baby Squirrel Video & Photos of Post-War Paris & How the Royal Family is Changing in Lockdown & Greta Thunberg, the Climate Activist who Doesn’t Like Campaigning
Penguin – My Favourite Things: Taylor Jenkins Reid & Famous Novels as Online Travel Reviews
The Guardian – French Revolution Remains Discovered in in Walls of Paris Monument & Prefab Sprout: How We Made Steve McQueen & Interview with Simon Pegg

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

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  1. Thanks for all the links, I loved “Famous Novels as Online Travel Reviews”, that was so funny πŸ˜‚ . And thanks for including my review of “Girl, Woman, Other”. Good luck with moving house, not at least all the packing and unpacking of boxes (not my favourite part…).

  2. YOU ARE TOO SWEET, Nicki! Thank you SO much for including me as well! I am glad you liked the posts enough to feature it in yours! β€οΈπŸ¦‹πŸ˜‡

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