Bookish Links #23
Wednesday, 5 October 2016
Welcome to another round of Bookish Links - our monthly list of awesome links from around the web! Here's some of the articles we've been reading and loving lately...
1. Why Do You Love To Read? - we're kicking off this round up with a post from our friend Christina over at YA Love magazine. We really enjoyed learning all about Christina's journey with reading and why she fell in love with books!
2. Exploring Booklr - Jillian recently shared a post all about Booklr and how it compares to other platforms, along with some account recommendations. Are you on Tumblr? Let us know in the comments!
3. Fall For Something New - if you're looking for a new release to pick up this weekend check out Ava's list of newly released and upcoming YA titles!
4. Ready Player One - here at BB we're big fans of Ernest Cline's debut Ready Player One and have been eagerly awaiting Spielberg's big screen adaptation. This post over at Collider shares set photos... can it be 2018 already please?!
5. Travel With A Book - this handy post from Isabel lists books set all over the world. You may not be able to book yourself onto a flight for this weekend so why not escape with one of these titles instead?
6. Have The Last Word - we love a good bookish-themed gift and awesome Etsy shop LuminousParticular is our latest find. Selling prints that all feature closing lines from novels, it's definitely one to bookmark for your Christmas shopping!
7. Novel Soundtracks - we loved Kate's post all about songs which reference classic books such as 1984, Brave New World and Alice's Adventures In Wonderland!
8. Annoying Characters - this post from Bustle lists some of the most irritating fictional characters of all time. Who would make your list? Leave us a comment!
9. Spooky TBR Ideas - our final link this time round is just in time for Halloween. We loved Marissa's list of witchy and ghostly reads, are any of them on your TBR this month?
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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