April 2022 Book Blogger Round Up

          

April 2022 Book Blogger 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 2021 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.

Why?

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.


April 2022 Book Blogger Round Up


@Scintilla_Info shared a book review for A Brief History of the Earth: Four Billion Years in Eight Chapters by Andrew H. Knoll. "This book is not written for, or at least not exclusively for, other scientists. It is the kind of science those of us who are long removed from high school and college can handle. There are occasional scientific terms thrown in, quite translatable in their context, but this book is for the enthusiast and not the expert." Read the full review here.

@TanazMasaba reviewed The Keeper Of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan. "I forced my way through all 336 pages of this disappointing novel so that you don’t have to." Read the full review here to discover why it didn't live up to the hype.

@WordsofMystery shared what she read in March "I already know Rise will make it onto my top ten reads for 2022. It’s such a great, informative and necessary read especially during a time when tensions towards Asians around the world, especially in North America, are at an all-time high!" Read more about Rise and the other books she read here.

@owlbookworld discussed the benefits of reading fiction and gave 6 very good reasons why you should consider reading more fiction if you want to grow and learn. 

For National Poetry Month @ReadingLadiesBC decided to share one poem a week and spotlight authors. In this post she featured The Lanyard by Billy Collins.

@nsfordwriter took a closer look at The 10 types of book reviewer. I'm definitely a mix. Which are you?

@Mehsi_Hime took part in the This Is My Genre, Tell Me Yours, Book Tag! including great questions like What’s the book that started your love for your favorite genre? and If you had to recommend at least one book from your favorite genre to a nonreader/someone looking to start reading that genre, what book would you choose and why?

@AVoraciousReadr reviewed Darkest Corners of Texas by Russ Hall. "I like how it’s hard to figure out what’s going on. I can make guesses, but it’s not until the end that the whole thing comes together. Perfection." Read the full review here. 

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


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


April 2022 Book Blogger Round Up





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