A Selection of Great Blog Posts February 2014

Lots of love-inspired posts this month.  Here are my February picks!

Review Posts:

A Suspenseful Tale of Adultery, Power, and Womanhood: Apple Tree Yard, by Louise Doughty @ Only You

Bringing Sexy Back (To Valentine’s Day):  15 Steamy Poems by Esteemed Poets @ Rosemary and Reading Glasses

A Very Bronte Blog Post: Villette and a Bronte Burlesque @ Reading in Bed

The Love List @ Musing

The Republic of Love by Carol Shields @ Fourth Street Review

The Wife by Meg Wolitzer @ River City Reading

How to Be a Heroine: Or What I’ve Learned From Reading Too Much by Samantha Ellis @Nathalie Foy

Non-Review Posts:

Breaking Up is Hard To Do @ Writing Between the Lines

Reading: A Love Story @ The Book Musings

What Some Famous People Love About Books @ Love at First Book

Used Book Stores: A Lifelong Love Affair @ Book Riot

Lego Libraries and Bookstores @ Book Riot

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13 thoughts on “A Selection of Great Blog Posts February 2014

  1. Cecilia says:

    Ooh…several titles immediately caught my eye. I saw The Republic of Love on sale this week and was wondering if I should get it…I also love the Bronte sisters. Thanks for compiling this! And thanks so much for including my post 🙂 Have a nice weekend, Naomi.

    • Naomi says:

      I’m glad there are some good ones in there for you! I love reading what other people have to say about books. Especially when I’ve heard very little about them myself, like the one you reviewed. You have a good weekend, too!

  2. Naomi Baltuck says:

    Dear Naomi,
    I thank you for sharing my post. It is truly generous response, and I look forward to reading the other posts that you recommend.
    Warm wishes,
    Naomi

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