Bookish Links #15

Saturday, 26 March 2016


Once again it's time to grab your hot beverage of choice and settle in for another list of awesome bookish links from around the web! Here's some of the articles we've been reading and loving lately...

1. It's A Classic - one genre we're always meaning to dedicate more time to is Classics. Jillian's post features a list of the classic titles she would love to read. Which titles would make your list? And which ones would you recommend to us?

2. Back In Time - this post from Bustle explores the emotional stages of re-reading the books you loved as a child. Do you enjoy revisiting old favourites?

3. Short & Sweet - over at A Novel Haul, Louise discusses her appreciation for short story collections. Do you read short stories? If so, leave us some recommendations in the comments section!

4. All About ARCs - in this post Amber takes a closer look at the issues with buying and selling Advanced Reader Copies, which some bloggers are lucky enough to get their hands on for review purposes. What are your thoughts on the subject?

5. The Golden Age - this unique post from Daisy Chain Book Reviews shares five recommendations for anyone who loves Golden Age cinema and the glamour of Old Hollywood.

6. Big Screen YA - The 5th Wave's leading lady Chloe Moretz stopped by Buzzfeed to talk about her role in the 2016 release and the need for more characters like Cassie.

7. Goals, Goals, Goals - we love having a nosey at other people's reading goals so enjoyed this post from Lorna. We especially love her 'Friend Recommends' challenge - have you ever tried anything like this?

8.  The Power Of A Book - sometimes we find those books that really stick with us long after we read the final page. Over at The Bibliolater blogger Denise shared four titles that she feels have changed her.

9. Three-Star - star ratings can mean different things to different people as explored in this Book Riot article from Brenna. What does a three-star rating mean to you?

10. Juno On YouTube - our final link of the roundup leads to the brand new YouTube channel of one of our favourite YA authors; Juno Dawson! Head on over to subscribe now! 

If you've read or written an interesting bookish article you think our readers would enjoy please let us know - it may be featured in a future post!  

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