My favourite blog posts of May 2019!

If you’ve noticed a slew of likes recently, it’s because I once again fell behind with life commitments and I wasn’t able to keep up with the all the posts popping up in my WordPress reader. However, I have been trying to catch up and I still wanted to share some of the quality content that you guys have been putting out there this month!

favourite blog posts of the month


favourite reviewsAngelica reviewed Don’t Date Rosa Santos and made me genuinely interested in this book for the first time!

Tina wrote a great review of Miracle Creek, which I’d really like to read.

Marija reviewed Burial Rites and bumped this one much higher up my TBR list!

Sara wrote a great review of The Unhoneymooners, which I’m getting a little desperate to read!

Callum wrote an informative review of Transformation, a collection of short stories by Mary Shelley.

Sissi reviewed Toffee, which you might remember was one of my May anticipated releases.

Jules drew my attention to Stone Mothers, a book I hadn’t heard of but which sounds really interesting.


favourite discussionsJulianna weighed up the pros and cons of reading challenges/readathons.

Kelly asked if engagement equals success as a blogger, in another eloquent discussion post.

Rachel shared her insightful reflections on the Women’s Prize longlist.

Marie told us why she keeps writing book reviews even though they don’t get as much love in the blogging world.

Michael opened up a fantastic discussion on why people feel compelled to spoil things.

Rita asked if historical fiction always needs to be accurate.


other fun postsSamantha and Aurora both offered up suggestions of books to fill the Game of Thrones-shaped hole in your life.

Kristin shared some books she loves that are under 200 pages, a number of which are on my TBR list!

Annemieke wrote a great introductory post to Grimdark, for those of you (like me) who aren’t quite sure what it is!

The Orangutan Librarian recommended some fluffy fun books for Spring.

Melanie announced herself as one of the co-hosts of the Summerathon, which sounds like it will be a fun reading challenge!


I hope you’ll find something here that you’re interested in reading! xsignature (2)

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