(April to) August on Bloggosphere

Hello Darlings!

Finally, I am back with shouting out your amazing posts!! In recent months I grew lazy and rarely saved the links so this is a weird collection of everything and anything. Hopefully, I’ll do better next month!

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🐝 Both Ways by Ileandra Young by Hsinju @ Hsinju’s Lit Log

If you follow this blog long enough, you know I’m obsessed with the paranormal mystery and Hsinju has just the one you and I need to read! And their review is super thoughtful and engaging!!



🐝 On Rules and Magic Systems by Acqua @ Acquadimore Books

Aqua talked about rules in magic systems (in May…). Do you like your magic systems dense with the rules or just making things up as it goes?

🐝 I Read Every Shakespeare Play – Here’s My Takeaway by Naemi @ A Book Owl’s Corner

Naemi did the impossible and read ALL of Shakespeare’s plays! AND she ranked them for you. She’s talking about her experiences with Shakespeare in her post.

🐝 [A READER’S LIFE] The Bookshop at the end of the street //my first time reading used books// by RAIN @ The Withering

RAIN shares her experiences and memories of the first time she’s bought used books!! And her writing is sublime as always!!

🐝 Dear Book-Bloggers, by RAIN @ The Withering

RAIN is as always amazing and kind and has a letter addressed to YOU!!


🐝 Reading for free: resources and recs by Silvia @ Silvia Reads Books

You’re low on cash and need some books to read? Silvia’s got you!


Want to have pretty photos for your insta/blog but you’re low on physical books? No problem!


🐝 50 F/F Books I’ve Read and Loved by Laura @ thebookcorps

Always nice to see more sapphic books!

🐝 All of the F/F Books I’ve Ever Read + F/F Books on My TBR!! by Caitlin @ Caitlin Althea

Again, sapphic books rule and you should read them


🐝 Book Recs: Twitter’s Favourite Trans Books by Anna @ Reads Rainbow

I need to read more books with trans characters!! (and so do you!!)


🐝 Book Releases: 2020 Sapphic Releases (July to December) by Charlotte @ Reads Rainbow

Charlotte is so kind to curate this list of sapphic new releases!

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🐝 Queer shows and movies I’ve watched recently (gay gods, sapphic meet-cutes and more!) by Silvia @ Silvia Reads Books

Not really bookish content but SIlvia watches great shows and you can always count on her to find some good content!

🐝 63 diverse adult fantasy books you can read instead of reading books by old white racists by Rach @ Anxious Nachos

Rach reads amazing SFF books and you should join her!

🐝 81 diverse young adult fantasy books to read instead of books by old white racists! by Rach @ Anxious Nachos

Same here, only the YA version!

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🐝 Sapphic Books With Disability Rep by Sasha and Amber @ Sasha and Amber Read

Sasha and Amber put together an amazing collection of books with both sapphic and disability rep! Check them out!

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🐝 2021 – The Year of Sapphic Book Excellency by Sasha and Amber @ Sasha and Amber Read

Sasha and Amber curate the 2021 sapphic releases list so be sure to get ready for all those sapphic books hitting the shelves next year!!


  • What amazing posts have you read this month??


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11 thoughts on “(April to) August on Bloggosphere

  1. Aww, thank you for the shoutout! I’m glad you enjoyed my obsessive Shakespeare rambles πŸ˜‚
    And as to amazing posts I read this month: Line from First Line Reader is currently doing a series where she compares the Dutch translations of Harry Potter to the English originals – it’s one of the most hilarious things I’ve ever read!! And of course, there are so many others, too, so I think I’ll definitely have to do a post like this sometime soon 😊

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    1. I always love Shakespeare rambles!! Hope to catch up on his writings one day so I can actually contribute to the conversation πŸ˜€

      Oh, that sounds interesting! I actually studied translation (comparing translations and originals took so much of my time!!) and got to meet the people who translated The Cursed Child into Polish (which I haven’t read and don’t recognise as canon and JKR can suck it with her transphobia anyway but still a cool thing I guess)


      1. Well, Shakespeare is so omnipresent that I’m sure you could contribute regardless of how much you’ve read πŸ˜‰

        And it’s so cool that you got to talk to the actual translators! Though I also agree with everything else you said – that awful play is most definitely NOT canon, and I really wish JKR would take some of her own advice and stop hurting people who are already facing tons of discrimination πŸ™„

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