February 2024 Book Blogger Posts Round Up | Jo Linsdell

February 2024 Book Blogger Posts Round Up


February 2024 Book Blogger Posts Round Up

Book Blogger Posts Round Up

A collection of blog posts by book bloggers

Disclosure: The FTC Disclosure Provision is a law that requires influencers to disclose when they are being paid to promote a product or service. So please know that if I'm not making money through affiliate links/sponsored content on the post you're currently reading, it's an oversight on my part and will be corrected soon. Read the full disclosure about all the legal stuff here.

Welcome back for another Book Bloggers Round Up!

I introduced this feature here on the blog in May 2021 to showcase blog posts by other book bloggers and as it continues to be a popular series I've decided to continue again this year too. 

Each month I'll include a wide variety of content so there's something for everyone. You'll find book reviews, interviews, discussion pieces and more...

So if you're looking for new bookish content to read and/or want to discover some new book bloggers to follow, look no further!

Why I do this feature: 

Scanning through various social media feeds to find suitable content can take up valuable time and so I figured I'd make it easier and put together a collection here on the blog.

It's also a way for me to highlight some of the other great book bloggers out there and help promote books and reading at the same time. 

How it works:

Each month I do a post via my Twitter, where I offer the opportunity for book bloggers to submit posts published during that month for inclusion in this round up. I do this every month.

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

February 2024 Book Blogger Round Up

@Mehsi_Hime reviewed Dinosaur Club: On the Trail of a T. rex  by Rex Stone. "All in all, if you love dinosaurs and adventure and fun illustrations I would recommend this book. And this girl? She is going to see if she can get the other books in the Dinosaur Club series!" Read the full post here. You can find more books in the Dinosaur Club series here. 

@KarenLNHollis reviewed The Boot Camp Murder by Matthew Ross. "The book was so easy to get into. I read the first 22% all in one go without stopping and the whole thing in two days. It’s a real page-turner. Matthew Ross is a very gifted writer. I absolutely loved the clever sense of humour, witty observations and beautiful use of language." Read the full post here.

@_forbookssake joined the book tour for Adiel and the Führer by Elyse Hoffman and shared her review. "Adiel and the Führer is the 4th book in the Project 613 series, but can be read as a standalone. Having already read and loved the other 3 books in the series (Fracture, The Vengeance of Samuel Val, and Black Fox One) I had extremely high expectations for this book, and I certainly wasn’t let down." Read the full post here.

@BooksCozy reviewed Linghun by Ai Jiang. "I haven’t read too many gothic books in my life, but I know this one will hold a special place in my heart. Beautiful and rich in writing, characters, and storytelling, I will never forget this book. Truly a gem." Read the full post here.

@WorldsUnlikeOO reviewed House of Flame and Shadow by Sarah J. Maas. "This was such a fun ride! House of Flame and Shadow was the conclusion this series needed, and just finishing this book left me with such an incredible feeling of satisfaction. I cannot recommend this book enough – this book and the series as a whole." Read the full post here.

@DanSamEnd reviewed The Book Of Doors by Gareth Brown. "I was swept away in the pages straight away, it’s fantastical, unpredictable, full of action, and a truly unique tale." Read the full post here.

You might also like: The Clock Reading Challenge 2024

@leftontheshelf1 shared her Through the Letterbox feature where she posts about books she's been gifted or borrowed, purchased or has something new on her kindle. Read the full post here.

@RoshReviews reviewed The Butterflies of Meadow Hill Manor by Stefanie Parks. "Be it the themes or the writing or the setting or the fantastical elements, this 112-page novel hits the mark on almost all counts." Read the full post here.

@Art_of_Reading reviewed House of Flame and Shadow by Sarah J. Maas. "Sarah J. Maas’s House of Flame and Shadow, the third book in the enthralling Crescent City series, is a triumph of fantasy literature deserving of its five-star rating. Maas once again demonstrates her mastery of storytelling, building a complicated tapestry of magic, intrigue, and emotion that had my attention from beginning to end." Read the full post here.

@ReadingLadiesBC reviewed The Uncharted Flight of Olivia West by Sara Ackerman. "I can enthusiastically recommend any of Sara Ackerman’s books and The Uncharted Flight of Olivia West is no exception. Fans of histfic/women’s fiction, aviation history, and inspiring characters will enjoy this one!" Read the full post here.

@mazsbookscape took part in the book tour for The Escape by Ruth Kelly with a review. "Creepy, and unnerving, this book has it all. And with the flashbacks, it makes it all the more difficult to put down! With a twist that I didn’t see coming, this will be the perfect read for someone who enjoys a thriller that is quick-paced and exciting." Read the full post here.

@shonaholmes23 reviewed The Murder After The Night Before by Katy Brent for her Bookstagram. "This book has it all, murder, scandal, mystery, intrigue and even internet trolls (which again shines a light on how impactful social media is on our lives) and is a fast-paced read with comical interludes perfectly placed." Read the full post here.

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

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

February 2024 Book Blogger Posts Round Up

Are you a book blogger? Check out 101 Blog Post Ideas For Book Bloggers