A Selection of Great Blog Posts October 2014


Adult Onset by Ann-Marie MacDonald @ Pickle Me This

this is not a review: are you ready to be lucky?, by rosemary nixon @ Matilda Magtree

Boundless by Kathleen Winter @ ebookclassics

Recommended Reading: Gutenberg’s Apprentice, by Alix Christie @ Rosemary and Reading Glasses

Spat the Dummy by Ed Macdonald: An Interview with The Bible Pimp (review + author Q&A) @ Reading in Bed


Non Reviews:

Turning Night Into Day @ Writing Between the Lines

Autumn Prize Lists and Reading Projects @ Buried in Print

Caramel Apple Upside-Down Cake @ ben and birdy

Self-Soothing @ Only You

Enough Envy For Everybody @ Jennifer Quist


10 thoughts on “A Selection of Great Blog Posts October 2014

  1. kmn04books says:

    I love that you have these posts, Naomi! I always find great things. I’m especially excited to read the Gutenberg’s Apprentice review as I just borrowed it from the library!

    • Naomi says:

      The Sense of an Ending was good. A couple of novellas I have on my list that sound good to me are Midsummer by Carole Giangrande and The Deep by Mary Swan. A couple that have been recommended to me recently are The Tiny Wife by Andrew Kaufman and The Stranger by Albert Camus. Have you read any of these?

  2. buriedinprint says:

    Such good reading, and I especially loved discovering the un-review of Rosemary Nixon’s collection, one of my favourites from last year (you would love it, too, I think). And thanks so much for the mention as well: very kind.

    • Naomi says:

      I loved that you had all the lists compiled into one post (as well as your thoughts on the books you has already read). I have had Nixon’s book on my list, which is why I liked Matilda Magtree’s un-review. It’s good to hear you liked it, too!

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