Favorite Posts 016

Favorite Posts 016

I swear it’s like I should really do this every couple of days or something because I love so many of your posts and wish I could share them all, all the time! You guys are freaking amazing, you know that? I love you.

  • REVIEW: Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson – Michelle @ Magical Reads

    “After getting some sleep, I’m honestly still processing Sorcery of Thorns. I just loved it so much; it was very stereotypical of the books I love, but hey I’m not complaining. Sorcery of Thorns is a book that will bewitch you from start to finish.

  • The Grace Year by Kim Liggett – Dini @ Dini Panda Reads

    “I think it’s safe to say that I’ve been pulled out of my reading slump because I finished The Grace Year in one night (literally); and despite being hella tired the next day, I had zero regrets doing it. I tried putting it down at one point because responsible adult etc., but it didn’t work. I couldn’t stop thinking about it so I picked it up and kept reading until the end!”

  • Wonderland – Edited by MARIE O’REGAN and PAUL KANE | BLOG TOUR – @ Laury Reads

    “The writing in each story is so whimsical and I felt like even the horror stories had a little bit of magic to them.”

  • Blog Tour Review: Crier’s War by Nina Varela – May @ Forever & Everly

    “Slowburn, enemies to lovers, AND f/f?? Nina Varela really said “May rights” and “gay rights” with this one, because I love all of those romance tropes and she executed them perfectly in her debut. If it isn’t already clear, I absolutely adored Crier’s War, and today I’m hopefully going to convince you to pick it up!

  • Review: The Traveling Cat Chronicles by Hiro Arikawa – @ Hopewell’s Public Library of Life

    “Oh my! Where do I begin to tell you how beautiful this book is? How do I convey that I was sitting there desperate to be at home with my kitties when this book ended”

  • All Quiet on the Western Front” by Erich Maria Remarque – Book Review – Emer @ A Little Haze Book Blog

    “It doesn’t speak to sides, to enemies or to divisions of perceived rights or wrongs. Instead it tells the story of young men, barely more than children, and the horrors that they saw, the horrors that they carried out, and all that they endured during World War I.”
  • How to Make Your Book Habit Cheaper – Jess @ Fiction No Chaser

    “I want to start this by saying that I know I live in an extremely privileged area. I’m in the fourth largest city in the United States. I have tons of access to quick shipping, huge systems etc. So some of these tips may not apply to where you are, but I am really hoping that we influence change in the publishing world since we are the consumers.”

  • A Thought on Reading Challenges – Emer @ A Little Haze Book Blog **yes twice because I loved both!**

    “I know it is quite silly but I really felt like I must not be a true book lover if I could not read that amount of books!! I kept seeing everyone else on my Goodreads feed smashing their targets and some of these people had targets of 200 books or more.”

  • YA Horror/Halloween Recommendations – Melanie @ TBR & Beyond

    “As someone who adores anything horror, this makes me very happy.  I’m constantly asked for recommendations in YA horror, and since Halloween is coming up, it seems like the perfect time to do this post.”

  • Latinx Heritage Month: Alicia’s Favorite Books by Latinx Authors – Alicia @ Latinx Book Club

    “Although this list was really hard to put together (really, really hard), I’m pretty satisfied with what finally ended up on my list, but know there are so many more books by Latinx authors I love and hopefully one day I can share those with you as well.”

  • Off Topic Thursday: 2019 Triathlon Season Recap – Sam @ Taking on a World of Words

    “The 2019 season is now over in my climate zone and I had a stand-out season and I wanted to take a minute to reflect on it because I’m not sure if I’ll see another one like it.”

  • I tried speech-to-text app for a week | Did it help my blogging routine? – Alex @ Whimsy Pages

    “I’m definitely one of those people who prefer to speak their thoughts out loud. I tend to talk to myself when I’m driving, just as a way to form my thoughts for the upcoming blog posts or book reviews. However, once I arrive at my destination I usually don’t have time to sit down and type everything I just spoke aloud, and then I forget about it entirely.”

  • Should Authors Create Original Content for Amazon-Unavailable to Non-Subscribers? – Krysta @ Pages Unbound

    “Currently, libraries are unable to purchase and share original Audible content, meaning that readers who wish to listen to it have to pay a subscription.”
  • Tag Thursday: NetGalley Book Tag – Sammie @ The Writerly Way

    “Okay, I’m feeling a little bit called out right now. It’s not exactly a secret that I’m forever always behind on ARCs.”

  • October TBR || ARCs, Royalty and Retellings Galore – Dana @ Devour Books with Dana

    “In November I am getting married! As such, I need to have a ton of blog posts planned out and this month, I am planning on reading a bunch of books based on certain topics to do so.”

  • I Dare You Tag – Dini @ Dini Panda Reads **yes she’s on here twice!**

    “If we’re talking about my current bookshelves, I think it’s my Canterbury Word Cloud Classic Edition of Les Miserables by Victor Hugo. This edition is gorgeous and I love having it on my shelf but it is one helluva tome. It’s even more intimidating because it’s not only HUGE but the text is TINY”

  • TBR Thursdays – Charlotte @ Bewitching Books, Ravenous Reads

    “Usually when I make a list on my blog it ends up featuring a lot of titles that everybody seems to have heard of so basically this feature is a way to bring some attention to some of the books that I never get a chance to talk about.”

Whoa buddy, I had a lot of review and discussion posts this time around!

Nothing wrong with that really. Just had a lot of reviews that I wanted to share. And trust me, they are all worth the read.

16 thoughts on “Favorite Posts 016

  1. Thank you so so much, hunny ❤ I'm so glad that you found my post fun and interesting enough to share with everyone else 🙂
    I've been watching tons of Booksandlala videos recently, so all these reading challenges and experiments really spiked my interest. I'll need to do more in the future.

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  2. Thank you so much for mentioning me ♡ and sorry for taking a few days to comment – I’ve got no internet at the moment as somebody managed to cut through my phonelkne when digging up the road /:

    Liked by 1 person

      1. Thanks again ❤️ it’s taking forever to get fixed, it still hasn’t been done /: and I agree. It’s happened once in the past too. I don’t get why people aren’t more careful when digging up the pavements.


  3. HOW DID I EVEN MISS THIS!? I’m so horrible — I’m so sorry 🙈🙈🙈 I can’t believe you featured me one post twice! You’re amazing! How do I deserve a friend like you!? I don’t! Thanks so much, lovely 💜💙❤️


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