Well here you are my lovelies, the usual roundup of my favourite content from the month! Enjoy!
Also, a small disclaimer: I always try super hard to make these posts fair and to share a wide range of content but obviously I can’t share everything or my post would be never-ending! But it is never my intention to make anyone feel bad so please don’t be upset if you are not featured this time around. If I have EVER interacted with you in any way, then know that I value you. We are all valid here ❤
Giuli wrote a great balanced review of Gods of Jade and Shadow.
Rachel compared The Bird Tribunal to both Wuthering Heights and Rebecca, and made it sound amazing!
Kelsey wrote a wonderfully detailed review of After Alice by Gregory Maguire – just be wary of spoilers if they aren’t your thing!
Margaret gave a glowing review to Like A Love Story and made it jump straight into my online basket.
Keri reviewed Final Draft and confirmed that I definitely want to read this book at some point!
Gabby took a new approach to her reviews and it definitely worked well for her – I loved this review of Nevernight!
Sophie reviewed Turning Darkness Into Light and got me much more excited to read it!
Marija’s review of The Ten Thousand Doors of January was gorgeous, just like the book itself!
Emma reviewed Under A Dancing Star and confirmed that I’ll be buying this one on my next trip to the bookstore.
Kal wrote a brilliant review of House of Salt and Sorrows; I hadn’t given much attention to this book before now but she made it sound so good!
Melanie wrote a review of her usual high calibre and explained why Leigh Bardugo’s Ninth House might not be for everyone.
Kelly wrote about finding the motivation to write book reviews and wow, did I need this post this month.
Krysta raised the subject of required reading and why it might not be as terrible as some people think.
Anda talked about why comments matter.
Marie shared some tips for giving your blog posts an extra spark and I think we’d all be mad not to listen to her, considering the award she just won! 😉
Wendy shared her joy at seeing fat girls on book covers and just YES.
Xandra talked about aspects of blogging that seem scary but aren’t really so bad.
CW recommended books to read if you enjoy Studio Ghibli movies!
Ayunda shared her travel adventures in Montreux, Switzerland and bumped this place further up my travel wishlist!
Kristin recommended books featuring artists/art forms of various kinds. I thought this was such a great list.
Cait compiled an incredible list of YA books about siblings!
Jordan collaborated with the author of We Are The Ghosts to share a super cool road map!
The Orangutan Librarian shared a list of bookish parties they’d love to attend – I’ll be expecting my invite as a plus one any day now 😉
Olivia gave us all five reasons to read classics and recommended her favourites.
I hope you all have fun exploring some of these posts and possibly finding some great new blogs to follow! x