Some brilliant blog posts in September 2019

Hello friends, here are just a few of the great blog posts I’ve read this month.

 

Book review: Sanditon by Jane Austen – Book Snob

Best books set in school – The Orangutan Librarian

Book review: The Hiding Game by Naomi Wood – Beverley Has Read

How important is the title of a book? – Beyond the Front Cover

Film review: Downton Abbey – Oh! That Film Blog

Book review: Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney – The Belgian Reviewer

Book review: The Secrets We Kept by Lara Prescott – The Strawberry Post

25 ways to beat a reading slump – The Bibliofile

Book review: The Summer Book by Tove Jansson – A Little Book Problem

Do contemporary novels ever become outdated? – Another Book in the Wall

Book review: We, the Survivors by Tash Aw – Hooked on Bookz

10 quick reads – Ryan Yarber

Do you ever wonder… what makes a good book blogger? – Years of Reading Selfishly

Book review: The Testaments by Margaret Atwood – Jo’s Book Blog

 

Links were correct at time of this blog post’s publication.

8 thoughts on “Some brilliant blog posts in September 2019”

  1. Wow I didn’t know there are so many ways to beat a reading slump until now! 😊 And thank you for sharing my post, NS!

    1. You’re welcome!
      I’m fortunate not to have had a reading slump yet but I know others have that problem sometimes, luckily there are lots of tips around 🙂

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