Blog Posts I Loved This Week

I adore the blogger community. I am constantly in awe of the level of commitment and creativity! I know that I could be better at sharing posts from my fellow bloggers, so I plan to make this a weekly feature where I share some of my favourite posts of the week!

2020 YA LGBTQ+ Books that Deserve Netflix Adaptations

Alexandra @ Enthralled Bookworm put together a list of 2020 YA LGBTQ+ books that deserve Netflix adaptations and every book on this list is on my TBR, except for Cemetery Boys, which I have already read and absolutely adored. I wholeheartedly agree with Alexandra- it would make for a fantastic movie or TV series!

Blog Talk

Fadwa @ Word Wonders shares her experience as an international reviewer. It is evident that this is a topic that Fadwa is passionate about and it something that needs to be discussed. I saw many other international reviewers who expressed similar experiences.

Clo @ Cuppa Clo talks about three important blogging lessons that she has learned. It was really an inspiring post and one that I will turn to again when I need to be reminded that blogging is a hobby and that it is supposed to be fun!

What’s Nonfiction created a list of eight nonfiction titles to read for Women in Translation month. I added so many of these to my TBR!

Two Book Thieves

Angharad and Becky @ Two Book Thieves shared a list of 2020 LGBTQ+ releases. I can confirmed that both The Subtweet and Boyfriend Material are fantastic, and I added so many of the other books mentioned to my TBR.

There are so many blog posts that I love each and every week, so this is just a fraction of the ones that stood out to me!

What was your favourite blog post of the week and/or do you have a post of your own that you are proud of? Leave a link in the comments!

11 thoughts on “Blog Posts I Loved This Week

  1. fadwa’s post on international readers really opened my eyes to my privilege, and humbled me. it is such an open and honest post, and i really hope that the industry starts treating non-US based readers better. thank you so much for sharing these, they’re all absolutely fantastic!šŸ’œ

  2. Fadwa’s post was so well written and made me annoyed at the industry all over again for how they treat International readers :/ Thank you so much for sharing my post, I’m glad you found it inspiring and it could help you! <3

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