It’s been another great month in the blogosphere! Here’s another list of posts I’ve loved that I think you should pay a visit 😉
Cait reviewed Call It What You Want and made me add all of Brigid Kemmerer’s contemporaries to my wishlist.
Jaime wrote a great balanced review of The Beholder by Anna Bright.
Sofii reviewed Scythe and reminded me why I’m so excited for the final book in the series!
Amy reviewed Lock Every Door and brought the Riley Sager hype to my attention (I don’t know how I’ve managed to miss it until now!)
Melanie added to my autumn TBR with her review of Mooncakes!
Kal bumped Roar up my TBR with her excellent review.
Kat wrote a lovely review of I Love You So Mochi.
Anda wrote an exquisite review of The Map of Salt and Stars.
Cristina reviewed Hope and Other Punch Lines, a book of which I was not aware but which I now definitely want to read!
Nicole raised a really interesting discussion about the rise of ‘cancel culture’.
Jenn talked about the recent increase in bookstagram tours; I’ve been taking part in a few of these myself lately and it was interesting to read her thoughts on the subject!
Rita asked if bloggers are responsible for what we read.
Drew addressed the issue of tagging authors in reviews, which is becoming increasingly relevant.
Swetlana wrote a very honest post about blogging envy.
Nyx listed her top ten dream libraries around the world and they are GORGEOUS.
Lara recommended a list of YA mystery novels.
Kelly introduced us all to the magic that is Trello.
Ally has been writing a series of ‘how to’ posts and they are seriously so helpful. Finding out you can copy posts has changed my life! 😀
Lydia shared a rainbow of queer reads as part of the blog tour for Girls of Paper and Fire.
Margaret recommended books based on her favourite Marvel movies.
So, there we have it! Some posts I’ve loved this month. Have fun making your way through all of this awesome content 😉