Well I don’t know about anyone else but January felt like it lasted forever to me. However, let’s try to be positive about it – this means there’s been even more quality blog content from all of you!
Also, *drumroll* please… I’ve finally made some blog graphics! I think hehe. I’m trialling the first of them in this post so please let me know if there are any problems with them or they aren’t showing up properly! I’m not technically savvy at all but I’m trying my best to make my blog look prettier 😀 So they may vary as I figure out more of what I’m doing!
Ok, let’s do this!
Kristin reviewed The Radium Girls, which sounds fascinating. I’m looking to read more non-fiction this year and this title has jumped firmly into a high position on my list!
Steph wrote a lovely review of Tin Man – I’ve heard really good things about this one!
Melanie displayed her wonderful reviewing skills yet again and made me even more desperate for The Winter of the Witch!
Rae reviewed an ARC of The Night Tiger which sounds very intriguing!
Beth reviewed Convenience Store Woman. I’ve been hearing a lot about this one and it sounds really good!
Ashleigh reviewed The Priory of the Orange Tree and convinced me that I need this book in my life.
Esme wrote a lovely review of The Weight of a Piano, which sounds perfect for me!
Merline reviewed The Kingdom of Copper and got me even more hyped!
Kelly wrote a great review of Paper Girl, which I love the sound of!
Nyx asked if the length of a book matters. This felt like a timely post as one of my reading goals for this year is tackle some of the bigger books on my shelf that have been intimidating me!
Melanie talked about why she feels frustrated with YA novels. I’ve noticed my own reading tastes starting to change recently so I found this an interesting post to read.
Marie raised the question of whether book bloggers need a reading schedule, which I found hugely relevant!
Rita reacted to the Marie Kondo controversy and addressed the issue of purging books.
Aurora talked about why she is a bad book blogger and made me feel so much better for how rubbish I can be too!
Ally wrote a great recommendation list of diverse historical fiction.
Jenna did the ‘Pick Me Up Playlist’ tag. I love this idea and I’m definitely going to do this one myself!
Lorryn recommended books with bipolar, schizophrenia and personality disorder rep – and you know I’m looking for more mental health reads!
Margaret asked her family to choose her TBR, which I thought was a fun idea.
Cait revealed the cover for The Boy Who Steals Houses and I am so excited!
Charleigh celebrated her birthday and listed her ultimate favourite books.
Well, there you have just a small selection of the posts I’ve loved this month! Be sure to check out any that pique your interest and spread the blogging love 🙂
And please PLEASE leave me a comment below if you can offer any feedback on my graphics! Thanks lovelies! x