Another month has flown by (seriously, we had our first frost here in The Netherlands but I still haven’t wrapped my head around summer being over) so it’s time for my monthly list of blog posts I really enjoyed:
I got a good laugh out of (and was slightly disturbed by) Shruti @ This Is Lit’s post where she lets a computer programme write a blog post in her style and reflects on the outcome. Are we all going to be replaced by bots soon? Read this post to find out.
Margaret @ Weird Zeal recommends books based on her favourite TV shows. I think this is a brilliant idea, plus she likes a lot of the same series as me so this post is doubly perfect.
Luana @ Ink Stained Forest took a tour of London bookshops and her photography is incredible.
The Portuguese Bibliophile’s post on her weird and bad bookish habits was very funny & relatable.
Shealea @ Shut Up Shealea opened my eyes with her post on how tired she is of the whiteness of the goodreads choice awards. Thank you!
Holly @ Nut Free Nerd makes some excellent points in her explanation of why she doesn’t rate books anymore.
And lastly, Caitlin Althea gives some good advice on how to keep your audience’s attention. She talks you through it in a cheery voice and gives lots of examples. Definitely helpful!
Also, I wanted to add a big HURRAY for everyone who participated in NaNoWriMo this month! Whether you’ve reached the goal or only written a few thousand words, I am super impressed! Well done!
Wanna catch up with me? These are my posts of November:
- Poetry | Doom Rolled In Glitter by Leena Norms
- Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World by Haruki Murakami | Book Review
- The Ending of Murakami’s Hard-Boiled Wonderland | Spoilers
- Bookending Winter 2019 Announcement!
- Poem | Tired by Langston Hughes
Comment below! What is the blog post you wrote this month that you’re most proud of? I’d love to have a look :).
P.S. Have you signed up for the Bookending Winter Event yet? I’m one of the hosts this year and I promise it’s going to be a treat! Find more information and the sign up sheet here.