Favourite finds of the week

Week ending 15 November 2020

Welcome to another week of my favourite finds from around the www. It’s a bit of a mixed bag this week, with books from quite a few genres (including plenty of romance!), some poetry and a bit of shameless self-promotion thrown in for good measure. Hope you find something here to tempt you.

Want to share your favourite find of the week? Post it in the comments below!

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Map of Australia with a push pin in it, to recognise AusReading Month

As a proud Australian I can’t go past AusReading month 2020, hosted by Brona’s Books

http://bronasbooks.blogspot.com/2020/11/ausreading-month-2020-master-post.html


Site NamePost TitleCategory
Becky’s Book BlogThe Betrayals by Bridget Collins – ARC ReviewRomance
Curled Up With A Good BookIncandescence by Elena LemanFantasy romance / Metaphysical fantasy
The Magical World of ReadingThe Highlander’s Unexpected Proposal by Heather McCollomHighlander romance
Like Herding CatsWinter at Wishington Bay by Maxine MorreyRomance
Leana Reads BlogA Favor for a Favor by Nat CheloniaDark mafia romance
The Magical World of ReadingFirst to Fail (Unraveled #3) by Marie JohnstonContemporary romance
Defiantly YoursJust a Little Bet by Tawna FenskeFriends to lovers romance
Melanie ReadsShe Lies Alone by Laura WolfeMystery
Our Busy BookshelfBehind Her Eyes by Sarah PinsboroughThriller
Just Reading JessSilent Night by Nell PattisonThriller
Tessa Talks BooksBlack Horse White Wolfe by Joss SterlingMystery
Secret Library Book BlogThe Treasure in the Tower by Rob KeeleyHistorical mystery for middle graders
Elaine HowlinGood Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Immigrant Women Who Changed the World Review by Elena FavilliChildren’s / historical / biography

Site namePost Title
Go Dog Go CafeThrowback Friday, Vaults and Bookcases, by Ivor Steven
the !n(tro)verted yogiPOEM: EXPLORE! [a Rubāʿī]

This week I posted two new reviews – both are part of a series by Gwynn McNamee and Christy Anderson. They are both fun, enjoyable reads and can be read as stand alone stories (no cliff hangers). Enjoy!

Two hearts.
One stowstorm.
A second chance at love.

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  1. Thank you so much for including my review of Incandescence ❤️

    Loving all the other reviews you’ve chosen too! X

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