Some brilliant blog posts from February 2019

Good morning/afternoon/evening all. Here are just a few of the many excellent blog posts I’ve enjoyed reading this month. I’m going to make this a regular feature!

Flash fiction: ‘Ey You – Scatterbooker

5 tips to drive trafffic to your book blog – Pages Unbound

Book review of The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides – Years of Reading Selfishly

Book review of Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid – Paul’s Picks

What makes a book a classic? – A Literary Life

Fairy Tale Friday: Goldilocks and the Three Bears – The Book Nook

Book review of Helen Oxenbury: A Life in Illustration by Leonard S Marcus – The Strawberry Post

Book review of When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi – Bibliobeth

Film review of A Private War – Oh! That Film Blog

6 books to read if you love Pride and Prejudice – Greenish Bookshelf

Book review of The Haunting of Henderson Close by Catherine Cavendish – Zooloo’s Book Diary

Love in all its forms – Lucinda Blogs

Book review of Please Look After Mother by Kyung-sook Shin – Thoughts on Papyrus

Book review of A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson – A Little Book Problem

I am a reader – Thoughts of the Reader

Book review of New Grub Street by George Gissing – Bookish Byron

Poem – Another Book Haul – Stephen Writes

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

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

    1. You’re welcome, it was a fantastic poem 🙂
      I have read so many great blog posts lately I really wanted to feature a few of them.

        1. Thanks – I don’t do wrap-ups (mainly because I can’t be bothered) but I thought this would be a good series to have on the last day of each month 🙂

  1. You’re welcome, I was terrified by your review 😉
    Hope you enjoy the selection of blog posts here.

    1. You’re welcome 🙂
      Just wanted to mention some of my favourite posts this month and that included yours 😉

    1. No problem – just wanted to bring a few of my favourite posts to your attention 🙂

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