March On Blogosphere

Hello darlings!

I am back with shouting out some of my favourite posts of last month. Give them a click and maybe you’ll find someone new to follow!

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Related post: March Wrap Up


REVIEWS

Bonds of Brass (The Bloodright Trilogy #1)

Emily @ Em Hoards Books and the review of Bonds of Brass by Emily Skrutskie

Emily shares a review of m/m friends to lovers sci-fi book!

“This was a fantastic book about the bonds of love and friendship, and what we will do for each other when tested.”

Jazz @ GHOSTLY READS and the review of A Poised Nuisance by Iris Rivers

Jazz shares a review of Julliard ballerinas enemies to lovers dark romance with secret societies!

“A Poised Nuisance is a sexy, mysterious and thrilling read with vengeance-seeking women at its center. The main couple, Lara Blake and Kai Reeves, hate each other deeply as they’re the best ballerinas at Juilliard and constantly compete against each other. Their relationship is one of mutual hatred and disgust, but at the same time longing and hunger.”

Rumaanah @ Rums The Reader and the review of The Midnight Lie by Marie Rutkoski

Rumaanah shares a review of f/f fantasy with caste system!

“Wow, just wow. It’s been a seriously long time since an ending has left me this devastated but also excited to read what comes next.”


DISCUSSIONS

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Katie @ Melting Pages and “Real Literature”

“This then brought me to the thought that to be a “real reader” you need to have a certain number of classics under your belt, which is 100% NOT true. I feel like this is a debate that pops up every now and then when someone tries to invalidate you when you tell them your favorite book and it’s not a classic.”

Marie @ DRIZZLE & HURRICANE BOOKS and 10 GOOD (AND BAD) READING HABITS I HAVE

“Today I’m going to be sharing my reading habits I currently have, right now. This post was inspired by Kelly’s lovely post first, then my wonderful friend Macey tagged me into this lovely tag called “The Good Reading Habits“. I’m putting my own spin on this and sharing both good, and bad reading habits I have because well…why not? Let’s get started!”

Daria @ BOOKAHOLIC’S THERAPY and Why Do I Read Fantasy?

“I need magic in my life. From whimsical wizarding school to complex magic systems that are based on the principles of astrophysics – I want it all.”


TIPS & TRICKS

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Kat @ Novels & Waffles and 17 INSTAGRAM POSTS THAT PROVE YOU DON’T NEED PHYSICAL BOOKS TO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL BOOKSTAGRAM

Kat will show you how to curate your bookstagram feed when you don’t have physical books!


RECOMENDATIONS

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Lulu @ libraryleopard and Ownvoices MLM books on my TBR

Caitlin @ Caitlin Althea and Recommending Books I Gave 3 Stars // the Queen of 3-star Reads has spoken

Anna @ Reading Rainbow and BOOK RELEASES: JANUARY-JUNE 2020 BOOKS WITH BI PROTAGONISTS

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Louise @ Foxes and Fairy Tales: Book Blog and 50+ LGBT+ Retellings


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  • Are there any posts from March you would like to put on spotlight?
  • (Yes, yours count too)
  • How are you liking the ones I shared?

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6 thoughts on “March On Blogosphere

  1. I love your posts! I try and read them, but usually I’m always catching up at the end of the week and feel bad. But I wanted to read The Midnight Lie, but I wasn’t a fan of the Winner’s Trilogy, so I don’t know if I needed to read that series first.

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    1. Oh, that’s great to hear but here I’m sharing some posts by other bloggers 🙂 I wanted to appreciate other people’s work! I want to read The Midnight Lie as well and I haven’t read any book by this author yet — I think I’ve heard it’s set in the same world but you don’t need to know it?
      Thanks for visiting, Mere! ❤

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      1. I realized I meant to reply to this…sorry for the confusion! I meant I’ve been enjoying your blog posts (but knew this was others) I guess my clarity could use some work 😂

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