Friday Favourites!

Hello! I’m finally back with my Friday Favourites post showcasing some of my favourite posts from the last week. As always please feel free to take part if you want to.

The Rules:

  1. You have to highlight one review, one booktag/meme & one general bookish style post.
  2. Remember to link back to the creator of the post & include a brief description as to why you have picked this specific post.
  3. Link back to me ( mainly so I can find new awesome blogs to follow.)
  4. Tag 3 people to take part in the post next week.

Favourite Review

Meaghan @ Hail and Well Read – Fire with Fire by Destiny Soria

I’ve been 50/50 over whether to pick this book up but Meaghans review has convinced me to give it a go. It’s so obvious how much she loved this book especially the characters and dragons.

“A lot of my joy with this book is definitely due to the fact that there’s dragons. I mean, I run a fantasy-themed blog, and Angus the dragon, featured on my discussion post headers, is officially-unofficially the mascot. In my house, the more dragons, the better.”

Favourite Tag/Meme

Stephen @ Stephen Writes – The Mid-Year Freak Out Tag 2021

Stephen is one of my favourite bloggers and a great bookish friend. I love reading his posts that are always well thought out and brilliantly written, this one being no different. Stephen talks about his reading so far in 2021 and managed to add a few books to my TBR in the process.

“I have been lucky to read some fantastic books in 2021 up to now, but due to my somewhat exacting standards I have only awarded one five-star rating. That was for Deity, the latest instalment in Matt Wesolowski’s exceptional series of mystery novels told in the form of true crime podcasts. The way the story was crafted was simply immaculate, and offered a compelling social commentary.”

Favourite General Bookish

Yesha @ Books Teacup and Reviews – How to comment more on non-interactive book blog posts? #DiscussionPost

I love this post so much! Sometimes I do struggle to find something to say on reviews for books I haven’t read, as well as other posts, but Yesha comes out with some great ideas that I will definitely be using in the future.

“We all agree, comments are most valued even more than views as it forms a base in connecting with book blogging community which is why we basically are here. It makes us appreciate what we do, time we spent in creating post, motivates and inspires us to keep continuing and make more quality content.”


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