Favorite Blog Posts: November 2018


Hello lovelies! I read so many wonderful blog posts this month, so I’m really excited to share some of my favorite ones with you guys.

Acqua @ Acquadimore Books wrote about her anti-buzzwords and as usual she’s right about everything.


Marta @ The Cursed Books slayed the patriarchy one sexist trope at the time and I stan.


Mel @ A Word and a Whisper introduced some super fun witchy posts on her blog: a tarot reading of Warcross and a post about why Merricat Blackwood is a witch.


Sakhile @ Sakhile Whispers shared a great list of 18 2018 releases she still hasn’t read.


Fadwa @ WordWonders wrote a wonderful post about what it’s like navigating the book community as a POC.


The Black Lit Queen shared 5 of her most anticipated 2019 releases by black authors and I want to read all of them now!


Caro @ The Book Cheshire Cat wrote an amazing review for The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and I can’t believe I STILL haven’t read this book.


Jordanne @ Bloodthirsty Little Beast wrote a super interesting and inspiring post about why she’s doing away with traditional book reviews.


Sofia @ Bookish Wanderess wrote a really love post recommending adult books based on what YA books you love.


Malanie @ Malanie Loves Fiction posted a beginner’s guide to reading contemporary and recommended 12 books ft. friendships on Lily’s blog. I added a lot of books to my TBR.

Did you read any interesting blog posts this month? Or did you write one you’d like to share? Feel free to leave your links in the comments and I’ll check it out!

26 thoughts on “Favorite Blog Posts: November 2018

  1. ILYSM thank you for reading + sharing my post, i’m so happy you found some recs you loved ❤ i need updates for when you read them sdlkfjkdls

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