Fave blog posts octI’m reinstating my monthly list of great blog posts because I really enjoy going through the posts I’ve read an highlighting a few favourites. More often than not I read a good blog post, think ‘ahh, that was great’, give it a like, maybe a comment and forget all about it ten minutes later. This is a good way to refresh my memory!

Disclaimer: you will notice that none of these posts are about spooky reads or Halloween. Well, er— that would be because I’m not that into Halloween. *gasp* *shock* *horror*

*Drumroll please* here are some posts that are definitely worth your time:

Stephen Writes’ discussion post about his Top Five Blogging Omissions made me feel very validated as a book blogger who isn’t always on top of her social media game. Would recommend!

I really enjoyed Georgiana from Readers’ High Tea’s discussion of the different covers of Mrs Dalloway. Book publishing culture always fascinates me and Georgiana is particularly thorough in her examination of all the covers out there. She’s already given me permission to borrow her idea so you may expect a post in this style from me soon!

As a big Austen fan, I am ABSOLUTELY HERE for Simone @ Simone And Her Books’ Pride and Prejudice and So Many Retellings.

I love when bloggers get analytical about which recurring elements of books they do and don’t like. I guess it’s the lit student in me. This month, Jessica from Jessica C Writes made me very happy by writing a post on book tropes she loves.

I will just boast that I knew all the things on this list of Major Things You Forgot (or didn’t know!) From Harry Potter by Starry Sky Books, but it still had me squee with happy Harry-Potter-fan-cosiness. It’s clear that a lot of work went into this post— I highly recommend it to any Harry Potter fan.

Clo @ Cuppa Clo has been doing this very cute ‘Imagine If’ series that I want to mention here because it’s very original and creative. One of her most recent instalments is Imagine If Two Bookstagrammers Met.

Lastly, Malka from Paper Procrastinators shares some interesting reflections on reading books before they were cool, that are well-worth checking out.

Enjoy!

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Wanna catch up with me? These are my posts of October:

Comment below! What is the blog post you wrote this month that you’re most proud of? I’d love to have a look :).

10 thoughts on “My Favourite Blog Posts of October!

  1. Thank you very much for sharing my blog post! I also checked out the other posts and I found some very interesting bloggers that I can relate to, I definitely like your selection of October favourites.

    PS: I’m also not at all into Halloween 🙂

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