Bookish Links #27
Monday, 27 February 2017
Another month, another list of Bookish Links! Here's some of the articles we've been reading and loving lately...
1. Rereading Has Arrived! - unless you've been hiding away from the internet this month chances are you will have already seen our first link of the roundup. Earlier in February Goodreads announced that they have finally added a rereads feature to the site, something users have been keen to see introduced for years. Are you excited to track your rereads? Let us know in the comments!
2. Blogger Must-Reads - we really enjoyed Charlotte's roundup of books that are must-reads for bloggers. Covering topics from general blogging to social media, photography, branding and even motivation there's a whole bunch of awesome recommendations for you to check out.
3. Literary Tea - if you're looking for the perfect place to take a literary-themed break this South Wales B&B which is hosts a Harry Potter inspired tea service could be the one!
4. Political Reads - we all know that recent political news has been anything but positive. This list from Rachel over at Book Riot shares several reading recommendations to help us all understand the US political system a little better. Have you read any of these titles?
5. Margot & Me - Juno Dawson has long been one of our favourite authors here at BB so naturally we're excited about the recent release of her latest novel Margot & Me. You can find out more about the book in this interview from Refinery29.
6. Bookshop Love - we loved Jade's bookshop bucket list post inspired by Jen Campbell's amazing title The Bookshop Book. Have you visited any of the bookshops on her list?
7. Author Aspiration - if you're hoping to make 2017 the year you finally pen your first novel, you may find the tips in Jenny's post helpful. If you have any of your own top tips don't forget to share them with us in the comments!
8. Review Styles - looking to switch things up and write your next book review in a different style? Molly shares five ideas to help get you out of a blogging rut. Which style of review is your favourite?
9. 2017 Asian YA/MG Releases - we're always on the lookout for information about upcoming must-read releases and loved Eri's list of Asian YA and MG books. We definitely found a whole bunch of new titles to add to our TBR lists thanks to this post and hope you will too!
10. Rife: Twenty Stories From Britain's Youth - for our final link of this roundup we wanted to share Amber's great news. In her a recent blog post she revealed that she will be writing an essay for a new book focused on what it's like to be a young person in the UK today - congratulations Amber, we look forward to reading it!
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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