Book Blogger Posts September Round Up | Jo Linsdell

Book Blogger Posts September Round Up


Book Blogger Posts September Round Up

Book Blogger Posts Round Up

A collection of blog posts by book bloggers

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Looking for new bookish content to read? Want to discover some new book bloggers to follow?  Look no further!

I introduced this new feature here on the blog in May to showcase blog posts by other book bloggers. I'll be linking up a variety of blog posts so hopefully there will be something to suit all tastes.

The following posts were submitted for inclusion in this round up via my Twitter, where I asked for posts. I'll be continuing to do this every month.


Because I like reading blog posts by other book bloggers and thought you might too. Finding the time to scan through various social media feeds to find suitable content can take up valuable time though and so I figured I'd make it easier and put together a collection here on the blog.

My plan is to include a wide variety of content so there's something for everyone. You'll find book reviews, interviews, discussion pieces and more...

Want to be included in future round ups? Follow my Twitter profile and keep an eye out for the submission tweet.

September 2021 Book Blogger Round Up

@EmmabBooks gave her What, Why, and While for reading the book Silent Heroes by Patricia Furstenberg. "Silent Heroes is a highly emotional read, action-packed, a vivid story of enormous sacrifice and bravery." You can get the book here.

In her post How to Become a More Efficient Reader @espressoedition gives 7 tips that will help you read more.

@seriesbooklover reviewed an eARC of Dead of False Creek by Sarah M. Stephen stating "I couldn’t put the book down and finished this off in one sitting." You can get the book here.

Another ARC review was done by @BiblioNerdRflxn who reviewed Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune stating "I cannot think of one negative thing to say about this book or my experience reading it. So, I gladly give it 5 out of 5 stars." You can get the book here.

@Honolulubelle did a book review for Lil’s Bus Trip by Judy Leigh and gave it 5 stars and stated "I adore and revere this author’s skills as she covers all the feels with smart observations and keen perceptions while keeping a smile on my face during the vast majority of my perusal." You can get the book here.

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The Last Chance Library by Freya Sampson was reviewed by @ReadingLadiesBC who said "Readers who are looking for a light, feel-good, HEA story will appreciate The Last Chance Library. Fans of books about books and libraries/librarians will find additional enjoyment! Librarians will certainly make a personal connection." You can get the book here

@eastendreader98 reviewed A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J Maas saying "I would say that Maas is one of the strongest writers out there at the moment who deals with trauma in a strong and sensitive respectful manner." You can get the book here.

Sweet, Sexy Heart By Melissa Foster was reviewed by @TtlyAdd2Reading who found it to be "a beautiful, heartwarming story of unconditional love. Fans of steamy romance set in a small town will love this latest offering from the queen of sexy and heartwarming stories." You can get the book here.

Jealousy’s A Witch by Louisa West is the 2nd book in the Midlife in Mosswood series and the audiobook version was reviewed by @FloraFornica69 who said "I really enjoyed the pace at which Johanna read this story. The emotions and inflexions she used for the different scenes felt natural and brought them to life." You can get the book here.

@grabthisbook does a regular post where a new guest who is tasked with the challenge of nominating five new books to be added to the Decades Library. Each week he asks guests to select five unmissable books which they would want to see added. As picking five books seemed a bit too easy he added a second rule: each guest must only select one book per decade from five consecutive decades. So their final five choices will come from any 50 year publication span. Decades: Compiling the Ultimate Library with Elizabeth Haynes is the selection by author Elizabeth Haynes. 

@thepagewalker1 reviewed The Meeting Point by Olivia Lara stating  "The Meeting Point  is a story of taking a huge risk falling in love, with someone you have not met. Olivia Lara wrote a heartwarming story. She managed to keep the tight exciting plotlines together, while also keeping it simple and clean. Everyone and everything is absolutely charming." You can get the book here.

The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman was reviewed by @HayleyByTheBook who said "The Man Who Died Twice was one of my most anticipated releases for the second half of 2021. And friends, it DELIVERED.". You can get the book here

@GripLitGrl reviewed the psychological thriller Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney and stated "Her stories always  grab a hold of my undivided attention whenever I open one of her books. Feeney delivers another gripping page turner sure to be a hit with Rock Paper Scissors! She is the queen of brilliant endings. I was left me holding my breath till the very last word." You can get the book here.

The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun was reviewed by @Bookapotamus who thought "There are so many fantastic conversations about mental health and an incredible amount of diverse, queer representation. I loved how inclusive the characters were and the storyline was and how important topics were interwoven throughout – without being heavy handed or forceful." You can get the book here.

@unquietlibrarn reviewed House of Hollow by Krystal Sutherland saying "The characters are tantalizing, and the story pulls you in immediately and keeps a tight hold the entire way through. It’s not something I’d suggest if you’re interested in light reading, but it would make a great spooky read for the month of October." You can get the book here.  

@lovelyaudiobook gave her audiobook recommendations for September offering a fun mix of Contemporary and Historical Romance, Urban Fantasy, and Nonfiction.

In the post What I Read This Summer @WordsofMystery talks about some of her misses and some hits these last two months.

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What bookish blog posts did you enjoy reading in September? Have a favourite book you read in September that you want to share?

In case you missed it, don't forget to check out the August Round Up for even more great bookish posts by different book bloggers. 

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  1. Wow - terrific post Jo. You put a lot of work into this. Thank you for including my nonsense on your lovely blog.

    1. My pleasure DJ. I love your blog. It does take quite a lot of work to put together the monthly round up post but I like visiting everyone's blogs and seeing what types of bookish content they are putting out.

  2. Thanks for the shout out Jo. Appreciate the effort it takes to put this together.

    1. My pleasure Nadene. It is a lot of work but it's fun visiting other book blogs and seeing what types of bookish posts they are doing. Great suggestions for books for my tbr too 😉

  3. I've seen a few bloggers do this kind of post and always find them useful because there is so much published each day it's almost certain I miss something interesting