Hello lovelies! How are you? I feel like it’s been a while since I posted something, but it actually hasn’t even been a week yet! I took a little unplanned social media break/digital detox – just because it feels so good to disconnect sometimes. To have some time to think and read and write and just be – without distractions. But even though it’s only been a week I really missed blogging and reading all your wonderful posts! Which is maybe why this post is a little longer than usual, I’ve just been binge reading all your posts and loving it.
Marie @ Drizzle and hurricane books wrote a wonderful, honest and helpful post about how to stay positive as a book blogger and I think a lot of us needed to hear what she had to say. I know I did!
Malanie @ Malanie loves fiction recommended books for slytherins and it spoke to my Slytherin soul.
Rachel @ pace, amore libri shared her predictions for the Women’s Prize 2019 Longlist and as always, she added lots of books to my TBR.
Margaret @ Weird Zeal shared six thing she’s learned from blogging in celebration of her one year blog anniversary AND she’s hosting a reading challenge for Women’s History Month which I’m so excited to take part in.
Shri @ sun and chai wrote a super interesting and insightful post about the difference between male and female morally gray characters, and I agree with every word.
Rita @ Bookish Rita wrote a love letter to big books and as a fellow big book lover, I’m so here for it.
Beth @ Books Nest shared 9 ways to beat the instagram algorithm, and since I’m thinking of starting a bookstagram I found it very interesting!
Beth @ Reading Every Night wrote an absolutely beautiful review of Blanca & Roja.
Ren Strange @ Strangely Pop Cultured posted a list of her favorite Villainesses and my villain loving heart rejoiced.
Kathy @ Pages Below the Vaulted Sky wrote a wonderful review of The Wode, a Robin Hood retelling and now I really want to read it.
Sofii @ A Book. A Thought. shared her most surprising reads of 2018.
Brianna @ pearlbayou wrote a lovely post about what she calls book ripples: when one book leads you to another.
Ayunda celebrared Valentine’s Day with a beautiful post about different kinds of love in novels.
Acqua @ Acquadimore Books shared underrated favorites and now I want to read all of them.