It’s that time again! I fell behind with blog-hopping yet again in June but I still wanted to highlight some posts I loved. I really hope you guys enjoy this monthly feature on my blog – it’s something I love doing 🙂
Rachel is my go-to when it comes to Irish literature recommendations; this novel about the Troubles with a magical realism twist sounds so interesting.
Melanie reviewed Wilderness Tips and reminded me why I want to explore more of Atwood’s work.
Ashleigh wrote a great review of Daughter of the Forest, which has been on my TBR for quite a while.
Jules reviewed Vox, sharing my positive opinion of it.
Sara read The Encyclopedia of Early Earth on my recommendation and, thankfully, she enjoyed it! So happy 😀
Samantha reviewed Convenience Store Woman, which I’m looking forward to reading soon!
Sissi wrote a review of Concerto, which sounds like a great romance read for the summer.
Asha reviewed Other Words For Smoke, which I’m now so excited to read!
Callum wrote an excellent review of Literary Witches, a book which has jumped firmly onto my wishlist.
Chaima wrote a stunning review of A Gentleman in Moscow, which I really need to make the effort to read soon.
Anda made me add The History of Bees to my wishlist with this fantastic review.
Olivia shared great mini reviews of three hard-hitting young adult novels.
Briana shared her mixed reactions to BookCon and I really appreciated this honest account of the experience.
Clara talked about the magic of rereading, a subject which always fascinates me.
Lois discussed the benefits of book-to-film adaptations.
Marija talked about how marketing can make or break a book.
Emma discussed the way some readers assign value to genre books.
Mandy and Sha took on the good, bad and ugly of book rants!
May shared some tips on how to make your blogging voice more compelling.
Kristin recommended some great books without romance.
LaRonda shared her magical realism recommendations – something I’m always looking for 😉
Margaret took some bookish quizzes to see which of her favourite characters she is most like. This was such a fun and unique post!
Sim helped reveal the cover for Harley in the Sky and shared some gorgeous aesthetics!
The Orangutan Librarian discovered the joy of audiobooks!
Elaine hosted her own mini readathon and ticked a lot of classics off her list!
Ally recommended books that take place over a long period of time, something I nearly always enjoy.
So many great posts this month – and that’s even with me being a few days behind on my WordPress reader! I’ve added so many books to my wishlist thanks to all of your amazing reviews – thanks everyone!