Big yikes because this is a bit later than I would have liked it to be but here it finally is! I know how much people appreciate and enjoy these posts and I enjoy making them because I just like supporting other bloggers!
Here are the previous months’s posts for y’all to check out! 🙂
This month may be a bit limited but I hope you guys enjoy these and also feel free to link some amazing posts down below (including your own!)
Both Beware the Reader and Saturday Nite Reader reviewed Where the Crawdads Sings by Delia Owens and each had their own beautifully written thoughts on this book that made me instantly add it to my TBR.
Lauren’s review of Sadie which perfectly encapsulates why I also enjoyed this book so much!
Drizzle and Hurricanes’s review of This Is What It Feels Like and I can’t waait to read this one.
Meaghan @ Words Gremlin reviewed Sawkill Girls and I enjoyed hearing her rave over it, especially hearing that the ace rep in this book is done very well. Can’t wait to read this one very soon.
Consu @ Paper Eyed Girl discusses colorism in the Latinx community and how its used in Blanca & Roja.
Vicky as always with her thoughtful discussions brings up the way the YA isolates teens despite them being their target audience.
Alice @ A Reader’s Fiction helps with reading slumps and talks about the different types of reading slumps we all can get into.
Marta @ The Cursed Books brings up a topic that is “me” and that’s about not re-reading books
Ally talks about the books that made her emotional.
Green Tea & Paperbacks talks about the struggles of being a mood reader and I relate too much. This felt like a call out post lmao.
Amber discusses things she loves to see in books and I wholeheartedly agree with all of these things!
Biopunk is a favorite sci-fi subgenre of mine and A Dance with Books discusses exactly that!
Camillea talks about how to make blogging friends and I’ve found this super helpful and I’m hoping I’ll be making many more blogging friends! 🙂
Aurora made a wonderful list of books about books! How meta!
Thanks for reading and I hope you all find some new bloggers to follow from this!