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Bookish Links #34


1. Library Love - we loved Michelle's recent post all about her new library membership and the reasons we should all join our local library. After reading her follow-up post we now have five more titles to add to our TBRs!

2. Unread Books - we found ourselves nodding along whilst reading Anjali's relatable post on her piles of unread books. How many unread books do you have on your shelves?

3. The Weird & The Wonderful - we loved Nihaad's list of books with wonderfully weird storylines, perfect to pick up if you're looking for a read that will keep you on your toes!

4. Life Lessons - this post from Stylist reflects on the life lessons many of us learnt from growing up with Jacqueline Wilson's novels. Which was your childhood favourite? It looks like Tracy Beaker is currently topping Stylist's poll.

5. Your Book Soulmate - find your next YA read with this quick Buzzfeed quiz!

6. On TBR Posts - we found Ali's post on why she stopped sharing monthly TBRs to be an interesting read. Do you find creating a monthly TBR list useful?

7. Bookish Podcast - if you're looking for something new to listen to on your commute this week check out new podcast The Bookcast Club for some bookish chat!

8. Kids Reads - Lauren has teamed up with Books & Pieces to share top reading picks for kids. Her post also includes a handy discount code perfect for those of us looking to do little early Christmas shopping.

9. Donating Books To Prisons - this post from Book Riot shares how much your unwanted books can help prisoners. Have you ever donated your old books to a prison?

10. Emotional Reads - we loved this post from Lauren Evie prescribing recommended reads based on different emotions, inspired by The Little Paris Bookshop and the power of words.

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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