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November Blog Love

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

As big of a history buff as I am, I always struggle to find WW1/WW2 novels which interest me. Luckily Rachael and Jaclyn at The Pingel Sisters have put together a great list of WII Historical Fiction You’ll Be Dying to Share.

If you, like me, as super excited about the vampire comeback on the horizon, catch up on some old favourites with MyHappyReads‘ post on Vampires and other love stories…

For anyone who’s as keen on organising and pre-planning as I am, Kaleena at Reader Voracious has put together the most amazing resource for us! It’s a 2019 Book Blogger Spreadsheet Template for tracking all your books and any ARC deadlines. It’s beautiful and it’s free.

Shirley, from Shirley Cuypers, is braver than I am. She’s put together a post to share with us what’s currently on her current Netgalley TBR.

Jorie, over at Jorie Loves a Story, has a really interesting interview with Historical Romance author Rebecca Connolly to promote her new series’ The Spinster Chronicles: Conversations with the Bookish.

Finally, two brilliant and insightful reviews of two recent Asian-fantasy releases that I’ve really enjoyed.

Jeann from Happy Indulgence gives Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan four-and-a-half-stars.

And Liz, at Midnight Bloom Reads, gave Empress of All Seasons by Emiko Jean five-stars!


Happy reading and blogging for the rest of December everyone!

5 thoughts on “November Blog Love”

  1. Ooh seriously WOW… you mentioned me!!? I’m so … happily surprised! I read a lot of these kinds of posts but I’m never featured or mentioned!! This really means so much to me right now… especially as this is a series I’m trying to read before New Year’s!! I wanted to get to it closer to when I ran the interview but ooh, dear me, *life!* has been so stressful!!

    Truly.. #blessed you loved this convo enough to cheer for it here! *thank you!*


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