In an effort to be a more active member of the book blogging community, I’m planning on making this a weekly post where I share some of the interesting blog posts that have caught my eye in the last week.
Do you use Pinterest? I’ve also got a collaborative Pinterest board sharing great blog posts by book bloggers here if you’d like to join. You’re welcome to pin your posts to the board. Please feel free to pin other book bloggers’ posts as well.
It’s the perfect post to enjoy on a Saturday morning. Pour yourself a big cup of coffee and enjoy!
Ally Writes Things shares her thoughts on superiority in the online book community and the Goodreads Choice Awards.
CW @ The Quiet Pond recommends historical fiction about ‘invisible’ moments in history aka the history that you may not have learned about in school.
The Caffeinated Reader talks about how we don’t do this for the free books.
Morgana’s Book Box reminds book bloggers that it’s okay to do things your way. There’s no wrong way to book blog.
Kat @ Reader Voracious shares some of the awesome features of Bookly and is giving away a registration key to a reader.
Reading At Teatime is recommending some books to read if you enjoyed One of Us Is Lying.
Laura @ The Book Habit talks about how children’s fiction has made her a better reader and person.
I’m All Booked Up tells you which YA book you should read based on your college major.
What You Missed Here
I shared some of the awesome bookish holiday boxes available for purchase. Let me know if you know of a box I missed.
I reviewed Scythe by Neal Shusterman. It’s a surprise to no one that this book was amazing.
I reviewed Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J. K. Rowling. This is the first book in the series where things start get dark. The ‘fun’ is over and we’re getting to the meat of the real story now.