So, as usual, I want to spotlight some of the amazing posts I saw last month!
Of course, it’s not all of them and I probably missed or failed to save many many wonderful posts so if you want to share something with me link it in the comments!
And, how was your January??
(click the pics for links!)
Related post: January Wrap Up
Amy @ Bookish Heights and her review of The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
Amy here is sharing her thoughts on the book that celebrates reading and readers.
“This is a book for all of us. It’s a book about books, about magical doors and escapism, about love and friendship, bravery and adventure. While reading, this felt like home, like sitting by a warm fire with a cup of hot chocolate and a warm blanket around me.”
KitKat @ KBbookreviews and her review of The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
Again, the same book but this book inspires some amazing thoughts! KitKat and I also have a great conversation in the comments 🙂
“The Starless Sea is heavily character driven, but there is a plot that runs through it. The story is about Zachary and his attempt to discover the ending to his story, but it is also about fate and time, about how we choose our own paths. The plot is about Zachary, but it is also about how he, and his friends, are fighting against another group who wish to close the doors. At the core of this book it is about how stories change and come to a close ready to allow new stories into the world. The plot is subtle and driven by the characters throughout because it relies on their choices”
Dini @ dinipandareads and My Reading Tastes Over the Last Decade
Dini sums up her last decade in books! I still can’t believe she remembered her reads from before joining GR because I could never but it’s an amazing time travel!
Erin @ Lavish Literature and On Book Reviews
Erin is trying to find out why reviews are less popular in the blogging world! Do you have an answer?
Nyx @ Drizzle & Hurricane Books and Why I don’t read multiple books at a time
Nyx is explaining the drawbacks of reading multiple books at a time that convinced her to stick with just one! Do you read one book at a time as well? Or are you drowning in currently reading pile?
Sofii @ A Book. A Thought. and Book Reviews | Their impact within the community & how I write them
Sofii shares her thoughts on book reviews and their importance. She also gives you some tips!! Also, this is her first discussion post so go cheer her on!!
TIPS & TRICKS
Amy @ Bookish Heights and Anticipated LGBTQ 2020 Books: February releases
Amy comes back with the 2nd installment of her Anticipated LGBTQ 2020 Books series! Come and see what to keep an eye out for in February!
- Are there any posts from December you would like to put on spotlight?
- (Yes, yours count too)
- How are you liking the ones I shared?