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August Blog Love

Today I’d like to share some of my favourite book community blog posts from September and some of the book reviews I’ve enjoyed reading this month. I hope you find something here that interests you too.


Amber @ The Literary Phoenix has a great review of Dealing with Dragons. This was so nostalgic to read about!


There are so, so many amazing sounding books out this autumn! How am I meant to keep us? These reviews have all added to my TBR.

The Silence of the Girls from Jennifer @ Tar Heel Reader

A Blade so Black from Aimee @ Aimee Always

Rule from Lulu @ Roadside Reader


If you’ve been following this blog for any length of time, you’ll know how much I adore retellings of all sorts. Jo @ Once Upon a Bookcase has a wonderful discussion post: What Do We Want From Retellings?


Kaya @ A Fictional Bookworm has a really interesting question for you: Long Chapters Vs Short Chapters?


I’ve seen and enjoyed a lot (all?) of the Miss Marple TV series, but I’ve always meant to read some of the actual books. Mallika @ Literary Potpourri has put together a fabulous list all her favourite Marple books.


Want to throw a Harry Potter party? Nicole @ Book Wyrm Knits has the post for you!


The TBR Tag is a really interesting insight into other bloggers reading habits, I really enjoyed Alexa @ A Thousand Words post. 


Happy reading and blogging in October everyone!


9 thoughts on “August Blog Love”

  1. oooh unicorns!! and also llamas!! nice.

    I read Dealing with Dragons not that long ago so I’m definitely checking that review out.

    and thank you so much for linking me!! ❤

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