My favourite blog posts of September 2019!

It’s that time again πŸ˜€ This post isn’t going to be as long as usual since I’ve been too busy to blog hop (I feel like a broken record these days). Thankfully, I am changing jobs again soon so I should get some of my dedicated blogging time back!

Anyway. Here are some posts I’ve loved this month! ❀

favourite blog posts of the month

favourite reviews

Callum wrote a fantastic review of Frankisstein by Jeanette Winterson.

Anda reviewed The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo and reminded me why I loved it so much.

Jules reviewed The Kingdom and made me add it to my TBR.

Clara created some stunning aesthetics for her recent five-star reads.

Jenna reviewed Salt Slow, which I am desperate to read.

Kal wrote a brilliant review of Rules for Vanishing and added it to my ‘want-to-read’ shelf.

Marie wrote a wonderful, moving review of Darius The Great Is Not Okay and added yet another book to my never-ending wishlist.

Destiny gave a great breakdown of the stories in the Wonderland anthology, which I’m currently loving!

favourite discussions

Kelly shared some of her tips for fitting blogging into a busy schedule.

Jenn debunked some Instagram myths in this super helpful post.

Sha & Mandy asked the important question ‘who are book reviews for?’

Margaret discussed how book blogging keeps her inside her reading comfort zone.

other fun posts

Annemieke shared her book recommendations based on the Hogwarts houses.

Beth shared ten books she loved that were outside her comfort zone. I always love how Beth formats her TTT posts!

Rae & Jenny recommended ten cosy books to curl up with this Autumn.

Olivia created her own scale for the levels of Harry Potter obsession.

Rachel shared an awesome four-part series asking YA authors which books they would recommend to their teenage selves.

Cristina took on the daunting task of organising 8 years of Goodreads shelves.

Kat shared her fantasy clothing haul and it was the cutest, most original post ever!

I hope you all find something you love in these posts! And I’m so excited to see everyone’s October content!! xsignature (2)

My favourite blog posts of August 2019!

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 ❀

favourite blog posts of the month

favourite reviews

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.

favourite discussions

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! πŸ˜‰

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.

other fun posts

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 πŸ˜‰

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! xsignature (2)

My favourite blog posts of July 2019!

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 πŸ˜‰

favourite blog posts of the month

favourite reviewsCait 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!

favourite discussionsNicole 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.

other fun postsNyx 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! πŸ˜€

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 πŸ˜‰signature (2)

My favourite blog posts of June 2019!

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 πŸ™‚

favourite blog posts of the month

favourite reviewsRachel 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 πŸ˜€

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.

favourite discussionsBriana 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.

other fun postsKristin recommended some great books without romance.

LaRonda shared her magical realism recommendations – something I’m always looking for πŸ˜‰

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!signature (2)

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 myΒ 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 andΒ 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)

My favourite blog posts of April 2019!

Hey everyone! You might have noticed that I skipped this blog feature last month and I’m truly sorry for that. It wasn’t a decision I made lightly; it gave me great anxiety and guilt at not being able to promote other bloggers, but I was just so overwhelmed by life and I wasn’t even up to date with all of the posts in my WordPress reader. So I had to give it a miss. But I’m back and ready to share some great posts this month!

favourite blog posts of the month

favourite reviewsJaime wrote a very passionate review of Wicked Saints.

Krysta reviewed Lovely War, which was one of the April releases that had caught my attention!

The Captain wrote a great balanced review of A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World.

Rachel wrote a great review of one of my university favourites, Maus by Art Spiegelman.

LaRonda reviewed A Semi-Definitive List of Worst Nightmares and gave it a firm shove higher up my TBR list.

Melanie wrote a fantastic review of Katrina Leno’s latest book, You Must Not Miss.

Nandini reviewed Kindred by Octavia Butler and got me excited to read this one!

Destiny reread The Hunger Games and now I want to do it too!

Hayley reviewed The Ringmaster and convinced me that I need to try Vanda Symon’s books.

Chaima wrote an incredible review of K. Ancrum’s The Weight of the Stars.

Ali reviewed Miracle Creek and I’m surprised how much I like the sound of it!

favourite discussionsAshleigh talked about audiobooks and how they’ve helped with her anxiety.

Aurora started a great new blog series that she is calling the Female Gaze Project and started by sharing some of her favourite mother/daughter stories!

Savannah opened up a discussion on elements of addiction in YA novels. Go and tell her your thoughts!

Rebekah talked about things she finds life-giving and life-draining. I definitely need to do this for myself!

Deb wrote an interesting piece on the pros and cons of writing book reviews.

Jackie raised the issue of bloggers writing reviews not for the benefit of authors or publishers, but other readers.

Ally wrote a fascinating discussion on cancel culture in the bookish community.

Alex shared what she has learned about blogging so far.

Margaret told us why she would rather write a positive book review than a negative one.

Julianna shared her favourite things about blogging that I think we can all relate to.

Marie advised us all how to stop playing the comparison game, and made me a bit emotional haha.

other fun postsSara shared her favourite graphic novels – check them out!

Callum read the entire Women’s Prize longlist and shared his thoughts and predictions!

Jenn shared some advice on requesting ARCs from publishers, which I’m sure will be valuable to so many people!

Lydia recommended some books based on her favourite musicals – I loved this post!

Asha shared her incredible reading wrap up from her trip to Japan!

Briana listed some tips for reviving old blog content.

Nicole participated in my Alphabeticals meme and shared her favourite authors, books and characters beginning with G!

Drew shared a guest post from the author of The Pale Ones and got me super intrigued!

Zuky told us about an amazing book warehouse in Hemel Hempstead and I’m now making plans to move there, ok bye.

Hannah told us the most outrageous things she’s done for the love of books and I RELATE.

Wow, I think that’s the longest favourites post I’ve ever done! You guys absolutely smashed it this month with all the quality content and I could genuinely have shared every post. Please don’t be disheartened if I haven’t shared your posts this time round; I thought I’d better stop or this post would be 5 years long haha. I also managed to blog-hop more this month so I wanted to share some of the great new-to-me bloggers that I discovered! Can’t wait to see what you all come up with next month ❀signature (2)

My favourite blog posts of February 2019!

Hey everyone! It’s time for me to share some blog posts I’ve loved this month! Apologies for the shorter-than-usual list, I’ve been in the worst slump!

favourite blog posts of the month

favourite reviewsBeth wrote an eloquent review of The Luminaries, which sounds so good!

Rae reviewed the audiobook of Ghost Wall, another interesting-sounding read!

Jenna gave a stellar review of Autoboyography, a book which truly has my heart.

Aweng reviewed Leigh Bardugo’s The Language of Thorns, which was one of my favourite reads of 2018!

Beth wrote a great review of You Asked For Perfect, one of my most anticipated releases of the year!

favourite discussionsKelly talked about the value of teen voices in the blogging community and announced an exciting new project!

The Quiet Pond featured an amazing series of posts where book bloggers talked about their experiences balancing life and blogging. This was such a valuable thing to read, especially with how much I’ve felt myself struggling recently, so I highly recommend taking the time to check it out!

Drew raised a fascinating discussion about trigger warnings.

Rita discussed the wonder of BIG books and I am totally vibing with her.

Marie wrote a post about how to stay positive while book blogging and it was a golden ray of sunshine in the depths of my slump.

Wendy eloquently discussed why she doesn’t use the Goodreads star rating system.

other fun postsSamantha gave some practical advice on how to go about unhauling books.

Nandini highlighted 5 diverse anthologies coming out in 2019. These look awesome!

Ellyn shared some tips for growing your blog, from which I’m sure we could all learn something!

Ayunda wrote another ‘Behind the Blog’ post, this time interviewing the lovelyΒ Callum! You should all be following both of these bloggers.

Rachel wrote a great post full of Irish literature recommendations.

Aurora shared her original OTPs for Valentine’s Day and I was living for it. You should also check out herΒ book recommendations for Pisces – the best of the star signs πŸ˜‰

Kat shared a series of insanely helpful posts on how to make your blog look prettier. Definitely need to try some of her tips for myself!

I hope that you enjoy these posts and maybe connect with some bloggers you don’t currently know! Thanks, as always, for reading xsignature (2)

My favourite blog posts of January 2019!

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 πŸ˜€ So they may vary as I figure out more of what I’m doing!

Ok, let’s do this!

favourite blog posts of the month

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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!

favourite discussions

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!

other fun posts

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 πŸ™‚Β 

And please PLEASE leave me a comment below if you can offer any feedback on my graphics! Thanks lovelies! xsignature (2)

My favourite blog posts of December 2018!

Hey everyone! My levels of busy this month have meant that I couldn’t really blog-hop as much as usual but I still wanted to feature a few favourite posts that I’ve seen around πŸ™‚ Everyone absolutely knocked it out of the park with all the wintery recommendations and festive blogmas posts so this list could have gone on forever! But here are a few December posts that I particularly enjoyed…


Evelina wrote a great review of The Winter of the Witch, the final book in the Winternight trilogy by Katherine Arden. The Bear and the Nightingale was one of my favourite books of 2017 but I never got round to reading the second book; I’m hoping to remedy that next year and finish off the series!

The Orangutan Librarian wrote a super sweet and original review of Letters from Father Christmas by J. R. R. Tolkien! I’ve had my eye on this book for a long time; maybe Christmas 2019 will be when I finally get to it πŸ˜‰

Jaime reviewed The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke. This feminist reimagining of Beowulf sounds really cool and I’m super excited to read it since I got it for Christmas!

Rita gave a wonderfully detailed review of The Happiness Passport by Megan Hayes. One of my goals for 2019 is to read more nonfiction and this sounds like a wonderful addition to my list!

Kat wrote a fantastic review, talking about the mental illness rep in Laini Taylor’s Muse of Nightmares, something which I personally ADORED.

Melanie wrote a really interesting review of Every Tongue Got to Confess, a collection of short stories by Zora Neale Hurston.

Hayley reviewed Once Upon a River and got me really excited for this latest offering from Diane Setterfield, author of The Thirteenth Tale.


Beth discussed the benefits of rereading, which you know is something I am all for. She raised some really great points.

Mandy started a great discussion about seasonal/holiday-themed books.

Kaleena discussed her fear of ‘sophomore’ novels, or the second book in a series, something which I definitely found relatable.

Kelly wrote an appropriately timed post about why Harry Potter is the perfect winter read.

Marie asked if book bloggers can ever avoid the hype, something I always struggle with!

Krysta talked about why The Hobbit is quite unusual for a children’s book. The Tolkien chat at Pages Unbound gives me life!

Other fun posts

Grace listed her favourite opening lines in literature, which I thought was a really cool idea for a post. Grace is a fairly new blogger so be sure to give her some support!

Charleigh talks about some scenes she wishes made it into the Harry Potter movies! As I’m currently rereading the series myself, it’s great to see someone voicing thoughts that align with my own.

Lily recommended some books with truly gorgeous writing! Three of her recommendations are on my all-time favourites list and I’m intrigued about the others, since Lily clearly has impeccable taste πŸ˜‰

Merline wrote a hugely relatable post about the things bookstagram has made her do. I feel you, girl!

Aurora had the great idea to get her mum to predict her next five-star reads! Visit her post to see if it was a success πŸ˜‰

Chloe took part in my ‘Alphabeticals’ meme! I promise I’m resurrecting this blog series in the new year ahaha.

Well, those were some posts I really enjoyed this December! I also have to say, I have been living for everyone’s posts recapping their 2018 reading and talking about their goals and anticipated reads for 2019. It’s all so exciting and I could have featured every single one of you! x

My favourite blog posts of November 2018!

Hey everyone! Who else is in denial that it’s December tomorrow? I’M NOT READY.

Let’s just dive straight in and take a look at some blog posts I’ve loved this month!


Jo took part in the blog tour for M. R. Carey’s latest novel, Someone Like Me, and convinced me that I need to add this one to my TBR!

Tina accurately summarised the hilarity of Sweet Pea by C. J. Skuse.

Rachel reviewed The Dreamers and compared it to Station Eleven, ensuring I’ll be waiting eagerly for this one’s release!

Deb reviewed non-fiction book Awkward, which sounds fascinating and SO relatable.

Steph wrote a great review of Sally Rooney’s Normal People, adding her voice to the multitude of bloggers I’ve heard raving about this one!

Joana reviewed Tales of the Peculiar, which has been sitting on my shelf for months now, and she has convinced me that I definitely want to read this one in the new year!

The Orangutan Librarian wrote a great review of His Bloody Project, which (you guessed it) has also been languishing on my shelves for an age and has now been bumped up onto my new year TBR!

Jenna reviewed My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry (wow, long title!) Fredrik Backman’s books have kind of passed me by until now but this one sounds really good!

Margaret wrote a glowing review of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid. The more I hear about this book, the more interested I get!

Krysta reviewed the new Fantastic Beasts movie, The Crimes of Grindelwald, and confirmed my complete lack of desire to see it.


Discussions and Recommendations

Kelly asked if diversity and representation in YA is becoming obsessive. I always love Kelly’s discussion posts!

Sim talked about her fear of big books. #relatablecontent

Callum recommended some YA books for adult readers. As an adult reader of YA myself (albeit I still consider myself young at 25), I really appreciated this post.

Aurora wrote a great list of books about books, something I’m always interested in!

Rebecca debated whether she is sick of YA books. This is something I’ve been thinking about myself recently so it’s nice to see someone else questioning their reading tastes!

Rae wrote a list of cosy books to read this winter. There are some great recommendations on this list!


Other fun posts

Nicole put up some posts for my ‘Alphabeticals’ meme – I’m so happy people are doing this! It’s something I just created for myself but I love that there are other people who want to participate! I suppose I should resurrect my own series as it’s been a while since I posted, oops haha.

Books and Waffles (I’m so sorry, I don’t know your name!) also joined in with the Alphabeticals and made my little heart happy πŸ™‚ I’m definitely going to bring this series back hehe.

Fran tried to combat some of the negativity in the world by bringing together some lovely news stories.

Kristin wrote a lovely post listing 50 things that make her happy. We could all use a little happiness.

Ayunda interviewed yours truly!! I’m not great at talking about myself on this blog but Ayunda asked some great questions so if you want to know a little more about me, please give it a read!

Mandy asked some hilarious questions of bookstagrammers and gave me a good giggle. I don’t know where they get the knives either, Mandy.

Melanie listed 10 books she’s thankful for, for Top Ten Tuesday, and made me rather emotional.

Swetlana listed some great ideas for anyone taking part in Blogmas and still needing inspiration!

Drew wrote an amusing but helpful list of blogging tips.

Marie celebrated 4 years of blogging and gave me all the warm fuzzies with her blogging appreciation post.


I hope you all find some new blogging friends to follow from this list! I am so looking forward to seeing what everyone posts in December!! Who’s participating in Blogmas? x