Bookish Links #17
Saturday, 23 April 2016
Welcome to another Bookish Links; the monthly post where we share some of our favourite blog post, articles, videos and more from around the web. Get ready to do some reading!...
1. Your Next Read - looking for your next favourite book? Look no further than this great roundup from My Kind Of Book, which showcases seven recent and upcoming releases which all look amazing.
2. An Upcoming Adaptation? - it was announced last month that Lionsgate have purchased the rights to Emily Henry's YA debut The Love The Split The World. Have you read the novel? Who would you love to see cast in the adaptation?
3. Why Reading? - we delved into the blogging archives of Team BB's very own Anjali to find this next article where she discussed a question we are all often asked; why do you read so much?
4. A Novel Chat - if you're looking for a new podcast to add to your playlist why not try out this YA-focused offering from Aneequah, Willa and Emily - we've loved the episodes so far and can't wait for more!
5. Fairytale Fantasy - Rachel's review has us convinced we need to pick up a copy of The Shadow Queen ASAP!
6. The Visuals - Gillian shared an interesting article on how she is a very visual reader. Can you relate, or do you not picture the details when you read?
7. House Pride! - we're huge Harry Potter fans here at BB so when we saw Jess' recent post we couldn't help but include it in the roundup! Here she shares book recommendations based on Hogwarts houses - which house are you in?
8. Book Blogger Traits - Shannon shared 10 signs you're a book blogger, including our favourite; having more shelfies than selfies! How many of these can you relate to, and what else would you add to the list?
9. Binge-Reading - looking for a series you just won't be able to put down? Brittany has some great ideas to add to your list. Question is, which one should you pick up first?!
10. Daisy, Daisy - our final post this time around is this list of 7 YA heroines Star Wars' Daisy Ridley could portray. Which of these roles do you think she should be perfect for?
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!