Some brilliant blog posts from March 2019

March is nearly over already?! How time flies when you’re having fun… reading blog posts! Here are a selection of some fantastic ones this month:

Book review: The Dreamers by Karen Thompson Walker – Callum McLaughlin

Emanations I – Orchid’s Lantern

How I accidentally wrote a horror novel – A Crack in the Pavement

Book review: The Signalman: A Ghost Story by Charles Dickens – Bookworms United

Book review: The Light Over London by Julia Kelly – A Cat, A Book, and A Cup of Tea

Book review: Becoming by Michelle Obama – BW Reviews

Picking Character Names is Trickier than it Looks – Lydia Schoch

Book review: House on Fire by Bonnie Kistler – Hooked on Bookz

Book review: Lords and Ladies by Terry Pratchett – The Idle Woman

Film review: All Is True – Love Popcorn

Book review: The Parasites by Daphne du Maurier – Life with Literature

Tell me a story – Cafe Society

Book review: The Woman at 46 Heath Street by Lesley Sanderson – Chocolate ‘n’ Waffles

Book review: Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy – Miss.Shelby.Diane

The best children’s books about London – Books with Baby

Mid Month Mini-Reviews – March – Lucinda Blogs

Book review: 21st Century Yokel by Tom Cox – Secret Library Book Blog

Book review: So, Anyway by John Cleese – Online Blanket Fort

 

All links were correct at the time of blog post publication.

17 thoughts on “Some brilliant blog posts from March 2019”

    1. Glad you have found some more blogs to follow, I hope you liked the selection of posts 🙂

    1. You’re welcome – your blog posts are always good to read 🙂
      I hope you like this selection of blogs.

    1. You’re welcome 🙂
      I tried to include a variety of blogs that I really liked – I want my blogger friends to know that I appreciate what they write.

  1. ♥️♥️??????Thank you for mentioning my post, NS! I really appreciate it! ?? A good chance for me to check other bloggers too! Thank you!

    1. You’re welcome! I wanted to let my blogger friends know I appreciate their blog posts 🙂 xxx
      And also people can discover new blogs to follow or catch up on posts they missed.

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