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!

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Jennifer @ The Bibliofile Book Reviews shared some of their most anticipated nonfiction of 2021! I have been loving looking for 2021 release lately, so this was helpful. I added so many of them to my TBR!

Amy @ A Fangirl’s Opinion shared her experience of reading like Rory Gilmore for a week. I love Gilmore Girls and have seen Rory’s reading list a few times. It is fun to see someone trying to make their way through the list!

Kate @ Your Tita Kate talked about how they write their book reviews. Writing a book review can be a frustrating process, so it is interesting to see how others goes about it.

I have been sharing a lot of posts about Notion lately, but it is so interesting to me! Fadwa from Word Wonders goes into great detail on how she sets up her Notion. She even posted a YouTube video!

Having recently read and really enjoyed Mexican Gothic, I didn’t realize how extenseive Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s backlist is. Rendz @ Reading With Rendz righted that wrong! I loved reading about Rendz’s passion for this authors and I added more of her books 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!

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16 thoughts on “Blog Posts I Loved This Week

  1. I love it when other bloggers recommend blog posts! I should start doing these more often. I love the notion posts although I don’t use Notion myself. I use Evernote for the most part. But I know everyone has been obsessed with it this summer.

    I love seeing authors share non fiction books because I actually love reading them but I see fiction get the most love.

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