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#TopFiveThursday with #BookBlogger Lorna at ontheshelfreviews @ljwrites85

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Today I’m thrilled to welcome fellow book blogger Lorna aka LJ to the book review café.  Lorna blogs at Ontheshelfreviews and I  would urge you to take a look around her fabulous blog, if you haven’t already of course.  LJ mainly reviews mystery/thrillers, she’s also an unpublished writer and posts the odd short story in her blog. So without further ado I’m handy you over to LJ and her #TopFiveThursday post.

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Top five books you’ve read so far this year?

Oh, starting off with a tough one! It took me a while to whittle it down to just five:

The Fear by CL Taylor

 Never Rest by Jon Richter

Doll Face by Dylan H Jones

The Sherlock Effect by Raymond Kay Lyon

Ballad For A Mad Girl by Vicki Wakefield

 

 

Top five authors you think everyone should read?

Chelsea Cain – I’m always surprised when people haven’t heard of her, her Gretchen Lowell series is amazing.

JK Rowling – Harry Potter and now Cormoran Strike, need I say more?

Sharon Bolton – I’ve been a fan of hers since I discovered her in a local library (back when she was called SJ Bolton) and she is one of the best psychological thriller writers out there in my humble opinion.

Terry Pratchett – One of the only writers whose books make me laugh out loud.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – I had to get Sherlock Holmes in here somewhere lol!

Top five books you want to read before the year is out?

The Chalk Man by CL Taylor

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

The Girl In The Ice by Robert Bryndza

Ritual by Adam Nevill

Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell

 

 

Top five tips you would give to new bloggers?

I’m fairly new myself so I’ll do my best with this one!

Try to keep to a schedule. I found this one out early on, if you post here there and everywhere I think people find it harder to find your posts.

It’s okay to say no. I have a terrible time saying no to people so I always end up taking on more stuff than I should. Recently I’ve learnt its not the end of the world if you say no to an author, there’s plenty of other bloggers out there!

Join Facebook or Twitter. Both have a fantastic community of bloggers that will make you feel like you’re not so alone.

Ignore the trolls. There’s be a huge hike in book blogger hate lately but don’t let them discourage you, your reviews are your opinions, if they don’t like that its their problem.

And lastly enjoy it!

Top five blogs you follow?

So this took me the longest to decide because I follow so many amazing bloggers, but here we go:

Jill – https://booksnall.blog/

Lauren – https://booksbeyondthestory.wordpress.com/

Kerrie – https://ilovedreadingthis.wordpress.com/

Sarah – http://bytheletterbookreviews.com/

Abby – http://annebonnybookreviews.com/

Who is LJ? Can you tell us a bit about yourself?

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My name is Lorna but most people call me LJ. I live in Liverpool with my son and partner. I became a book blogger to share my love of books and my blog On The Shelf Reviews has just hit the one year mark. I mainly review mystery/thrillers but the odd different genre does sneak in there occasionally! I’m also an unpublished writer (I post the odd short story on my blog too) and expert procrastinator.

Social media links

Twitter: @ljwrites85

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ljwrites85/?hl=en

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ljcassidy85

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/57968072-lj-on-the-shelf-reviews

Your blog details and link

On The Shelf Reviews – https://ontheshelfreviews.wordpress.com/

My thanks to LJ for taking part in #TopFiveThursday It’s much appreciated.

#TopFiveThursday with #BookBlogger Beth at bibliobeth @bibliobeth1

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Today I’m thrilled to welcome awesome #BookBlogger Beth to the book review café. Before I share Beth’s #TopFiveThursday here’s a couple of reasons you should be following Beth’s blog if you aren’t already. Beth has been blogging for Five years, so she probably has one of the longest running blogs that I follow. Beth reads and reviews a wide genre of books so I’m always finding new authors and books to add to my reading pile (as if I need anymore 😂)

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Top five books you’ve read so far this year?

I’ve read some amazing books this year but the stand-out top five are (drum roll please!)

The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne

The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger (a re-read)

Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

The Fireman by Joe Hill

The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge

Top five authors you think everyone should read?

Stephen King (I’m obsessed!)

Margaret Atwood

Sarah Perry

Eowyn Ivey

Sarah Hilary

Top five books you want to read before the year is out?

Oh gosh, there’s so many!

Melmoth – Sarah Perry

The Trauma Cleaner – Sarah Krasnostein

Block 46 – Johana Gustawsson

Everything I Never Told You – Celeste Ng

The Nightingale – Kristin Hannah

Top five tips you would give to new bloggers?

1.) Don’t stress about stats or followers.It’s not the be all and end all. I’ve found mine gradually increasing over the years so if you’re brand new and worrying about it – don’t! It will get better, I promise.2.) Use social media to your advantage. I post on a number of different places including WordPress, Twitter, Tumblr, Goodreads and my Facebook page.

3.) Interact with other bloggers. Comment on their posts or join in on conversations on Twitter. The blogging community is so wonderful, I’ve made some brilliant friends and you will be welcomed with open arms.

4.) If you’re not posting every day, don’t panic. Life gets in the way sometimes and it’s not always possible. Don’t beat yourself up about it and remember – your blog, your rules.

5.) Don’t look at other bloggers posts and think that your posts are awful in comparison. Everyone writes a review differently and as long as you’re being true to yourself and writing YOUR way, people will enjoy reading them.

Top five blogs you follow?

Can I please have six? I can’t choose five from these wonderful ladies! 😊 Ok just because you asked so nicely, but you actually only sent me five 😂😂🙈

Chrissi @ Chrissi Reads https://chrissireads.wordpress.com/

Janel @ Keeper Of Pages https://keeperofpages.wordpress.com/

Abby @ Anne Bonny Book Reviews https://annebonnybookreviews.com/

Eva @ Novel Deelights https://noveldeelights.com/about/

Steph @ Stephanie’s Novel Fiction https://stephsfictionandfamilylove.wordpress.com/

Who is Beth? Can you tell me a little about yourself?

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Hi, I’m Beth and I’m a (loud and proud) bookworm. I love reading anything and everything and am pretty much open to trying anything new although I do have a bit of a fear of “chick-lit.” I’ve loved reading all my life – my mum taught me to read before I went to kindergarten and I haven’t stopped since! I’ve gone through quite a few reading “stages” in my life. When I was younger, I loved Roald Dahl and Enid Blyton then I progressed as a young adult to devouring any Point Horror or Christopher Pike I could get my hands on but I also loved The Babysitters Club and Sweet Valley High. It was when I was a teenager that I first got introduced to Stephen King who is now one of my all-time favourite authors. The first book I read of his was IT and I’m not ashamed to say it scared the bejesus out of me! Then I went through a phase where all I would read was crime and thriller fiction, especially books by the wonderful Tess Gerritsen and Karin Slaughter, who remain firm favourites today. 

I’ve been blogging for five years now and I’m thoroughly enjoying meeting new people, going to literary events and finding gems of books that I wouldn’t normally pick up. Blogging has really expanded my horizons book wise and while I still love reading crime/thrillers I absolutely love contemporary and literary fiction and have a soft spot for YA fiction nurtured by one of my favourite people – my sister and fellow blogger Chrissi Reads. I use NetGalley and Book Bridgr like they were going out of fashion and love receiving books for review. (I think my postman hates me…) I have quite a relaxed review policy but it may take a while for me to get round to them due to my huge TBR list! Seriously, my bookshelves may collapse… but I love it.

Social media links

Twitter – @ bibliobeth1

Facebook– https://www.facebook.com/bibliobeth/?ref=bookmarks

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/bibliobeth/

Tumblr – https://bibliobethblog.tumblr.com/

My thanks to Beth for finding the time to participate in #TopFiveThursday, it’s much appreciated.

 

#TopFiveThursday with #BookBlogger Yvonne at Me And My Books @yvonnembee

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Today I’m thrilled to have book blogger Yvonne pop by the book review café to share her #TopFiveThursday with me. Yvonne blogs over at https://vonnibee.wordpress.com/.  If you haven’t checked out Yvonne’s blog yet, it’s definitely one to take a look at, with a vast mix of book reviews I’m sure you will be adding books to your own TBR pile.

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Top Five Books you’ve read this year?

Johana Gustawsson – Keeper

Home at Honeysuckle Farm – Christie Barlow

Abel’s Revenge – Ross Greenwood

Hemlock Jones and the Angel of Death – Justin Carroll

Dear Mrs. Bird – A.J. Pearce

Oh please let me add more ☹ the book review café says no 😜

 

Top Five Authors  you think everyone should read?

I am going to change this slightly to the five authors books I would buy without reading the blurb 😊, for me this equates to the same thing that I think everyone should read.

Tony J Forder

Robert Crouch

David Lagercrantz

Philip Pulman

Tarn Richardson

I could easily add another 20-30 authors to this list, as well those from ,my first list.

Oh this is so hard to do, listing only five is so unfair. Can I do a top 50? 😊 Not a chance I’m afraid 😂

Top Five books you want to read before the year is out?

 Do you not realise I have over 500 books that I have and want to read lol

I am Pilgrim – Terry Hayes

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton

The rest of Ragnar Jonasson’s series ( I’ve only read Snowblind)

Bluebird, Bluebird  – Attica Locke ( I have had this on my shelf since last year and still haven’t got to it yet)

Sleeping Beauties – Stephen and Owen King (only just bought this one)

 

Top five tips you would give  to other bloggers?

Things I wish I knew when I started 😉

Don’t be afraid to engage with the blogging community. It took me a long time to find my confidence and when I finally started to connect with people I found a wonderful group of crazy book loving fanatics who made me feel very welcome. Have fun, have a laugh and enjoy.

Your blog is your chance to share your thoughts with other people. Be honest and constructive and if you didn’t like something in a book then then don’t be afraid to say why that was.

You are going to make mistakes, you will beat yourself up about it. But you know what, these things happen. They will happen again at some point. You will learn from your mistakes and there are always new ones to catch you out. Only a few days ago I wrongly attributed a tour organiser for a blog tour i was on, I was horrified and absolutely gutted, but the organiser was lovely and supportive. I changed what I could change as soon as she let me know. These things really do happen.

Don’t over commit and accept every book request that lands in your email box. Yes been there and have learnt that not all books are for me. If I have not enjoyed a book I always send an email back to the author with an apology that it didn’t work for me and wish them all the best.

Share carefully on Twitter.  Three times since starting my blog, I have found myself in Twitter jail. I am such a nice, kind and wonderful person’ ( yeah even I am laughing at this point)  and that I really to share book posts.

Top five blogs you follow?

Again I would love to add a whole load more than five, these are blogs that I look forward to reading each day. These bloggers read a good mix of books that are similar to ones I also like and I have found lots of new to me authors this way. These, along with many other and of course your own blog Lorraine, are responsible for my TBR mountain and YES I have bought books based on their reviews.

Eva at Novel Delights http://www.noveldeelights.com

Ronnie Turner http://ronnieturner.wordpress.com

Abby Slater http://annebonnybookreviews.com

Nicky https://thesecretlibrarysite.wordpress.com/

Emma at http://damppebbles.com

Who is Yvonne? Can you tell us a little about yourself?

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Up until the start of 2017 I had not really read mainstream or even newly released books. I had a couple of years reading classics, before that I would genre binge, horror, espionage, fantasy and after a while I would find them a little bit samey. I decided at the beginning of 2017 that I wanted something a bit more modern and up to date.  After a couple of months I discovered this fantastic world of blogging and book reviews, this was when Me and My Books was born. I have also discovered how behind I am on many series and new to me authors that have been publishing for many years. Blogging and tours are a brilliant way for me not to get stuck in one genre, I love to hop between many. That is when I have the time between working, gardening, art, studying, and photography in beautiful and sometimes sunny Cornwall.

A picture of me ermmm really does LOL here.  I admit to wanting to take a selfie with my two dogs Billy and Buster. That didn’t turn out too well so this is me 😊

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I am Yvonne ( Me and My Books)

https://vonnibee.wordpress.com

https://twitter.com/yvonnembee

https://www.facebook.com/meandmybooks24/

https://www.instagram.com/meandmybooks24/

My thanks to Yvonne for taking part in  #TopFiveThursday, it’s much appreciated. 

#TopFiveThursday with #BookBlogger Jo at Josbookblog @tiny_ickle_jo

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It’s Thursday which means it’s time to share another #TopFiveThursday post with you all. Firstly I would like to say a huge thank you to all you awesome book bloggers who shares these posts, it means a lot to me and I’m sure the bloggers taking part appreciate all the shares and retweet’s.

Today I’m thrilled to welcome Jo to the book review café to share her #TopFiveThursday. Jo blogs over at the awesome https://josbookblog.co.uk/ if you haven’t checked out Jo’s blog I would recommend you do, her reviews cover an array of different books so if you are looking for your next read pop over and take a look. Anyway without further ado here’s Jo’s #TopFiveThursday……

Top five books you’ve read so far this year?

I’ve selected by top five books that I’ve read and that have been published this year, but I have to say, even though it’s only May, there have been some excellent books published so far this year and narrowing it down to five was extremely difficult:

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

The Darkness by Ragnar Jonasson

The Memory Chamber by Holly Cave

The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin

The Lido by Libby Page

 

 Top five authors you think everyone should read?

This is difficult – people have such different tastes, so I’ve just plumped for a few of my favourites!

David Mitchell (not ½ of Mitchell and Webb!)

Margaret Atwood

Terry Pratchett

Jeffery Deaver

Jasper Fforde

Top five books you want to read before the year is out?

Another tough one as there are several that I’m desperate to get hold of!

Only Human by Sylvain Neuvel

Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough

Early Riser by Jasper Fforde

Vengeful by V. E. Schwab

 Melmoth by Sarah Perry

 

Top five tips you would give to new bloggers?

Don’t worry about posting something every day, or with a certain frequency – if you have time, great.  If not, it doesn’t matter.  Most of us do this as a hobby around real life, and we’re all trying to fit blogging in against the multitude of demands on our time

Do it your way – we’re all different, and we all blog differently – experiment, find a style that works for you – if something doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t

Don’t compare yourself to other blogs in terms of stats / followers etc.  It takes time to build up a blog – give it time to grow and develop

Be nice.  This might be in writing a review (constructive feedback is fine) or in interacting with the blogging / publishing community

Enjoy it!  As I said before, blogging is a hobby for most of us, so try not to let it add more stress into your life.  And if you need a break, take one – we’ve all done it!

Top five blogs you follow?

And lastly who is Jo? Can you tell us a bit about yourself?  

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I’m Jo, and I’ve been blogging for around 3 years now.  Honestly, I’ve no idea where the time has gone!

I’ve been an avid reader since I was a child, and have always had an inclination towards darker tales.  This started with a fascination for fairy tales when I was younger, and has developed into a love for post-apocalyptic / dystopian fiction now that I’m older – something that started when I read 1984 and Brave New World at A-level.

I also read a lot of crime, thrillers, literary fiction, science fiction, fantasy, literary fiction, horror… honestly, I’ll give most things a go!

Social media links

You can find me on Twitter @tiny_ickle_jo and I have joined Instagram (josbookblog), although I’ve never really managed to get into it.

You can find my blog at https://josbookblog.co.uk/

My thanks to Jo for taking part in #TopFiveThursday and for her fabulous post.

#TopFiveThursday with #BookBlogger Janet Lambert at beadyjansbooks @Beadyjan

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Today I’m thrilled to bring back #TopFiveThursday, I loved running this feature and learning more about my fellow book bloggers. So I decided to revive it after I had such a positive and overwhelming response from the Book Blogger community. I hope you enjoy reading these posts as much as I do.

A warm welcome to the lovely Janet Lambert who is the first to share her #TopFiveThursday with me. Jan blogs over at https://beadyjansbooks.blogspot.co.uk/.

I you haven’t checked out Jan’s awesome blog yet you should, She reviews mostly literary, historical fiction and psychological thrillers. Enough from me here’s Jan’s #TopFiveThursday……..

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Top five books you’ve read so far this year?

Oh there have been some great ones already But depending when this is published I will probably have discovered even more by then.

The Storykeeper – Anna Mazzola a haunting historical mystery set amidst the myths and legends on the Isle of Skye

Salt Creek – Lucy Treloar a wonderful and haunting tale of a family settling in remote Australia

Walls of silence- Ruth Wade an enigmatic historical mystery with a real gut punch of a twist

The Old You – Louise Voss a tense and twisty Domestic Noir thriller, Home

Home- Amanda Berriman a wonderful book narrated by 4 year old Jesika.

Top five authors you think everyone should read?

Sarah Waters

Karen Maitland

Joanna Cannon

Michel Faber

and last but not least Barbara Copperthwaite who writes the twisty thrillers I’d have written if I was clever enough.

Top five books you want to read before the year is out?

I’m longing to get hold of:

Once upon a river by Diane Setterfield who wrote the thirteenth tale. The Corset by Laura Purcell, Author of the Silent Companions which was great, and already on my tbr and clamouring to be read soon is the new book by Medieval marvel Karen Maitland – A Gathering of Ghosts.

I must find the time to start reading The Collector by Fiona Cummins which is the sequel to rattle which was an amazing book and I’m very eagerly awaiting publication of the forthcoming book the Seven Sisters by Neil Gaiman which I understand is a companion to the wonderful Neverwhere.

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Top five tips you would give to new bloggers? 

Don’t do it if you’re just “in it for the freebies” Nuff said.

Don’t be frightened to be very choosy about what you read and review, a discerning blogger is far more credible than one who accepts any random title regardless of whether they relate to it in any way.

Give Indie publishers and debut authors a chance it’s a great way to support and discover new talent

Use social media diligently and regularly to connect and interact with fellow book lovers

Just go for it!

Top five blogs you follow?

This is difficult as there are so many I follow I can barely eep up with them all. First and foremost are the blogs of 2 of my oldest (well they’re not old they’re younger than me) blogging friends whose help and encouragement set me on the way to Blogland and whose support helps keep me there

https://beinganne.com/and

http://randomthingsthroughmyletterbox.blogspot.co.uk/ Others include 

https://rathertoofondofbooks.com/   

http://shortbookandscribes.uk/   

https://lovebooksreadbooks.wordpress.com

And lastly who is Jan? Can you tell us a bit about yourself?  

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I was an only child, taught to read at the age of 3 by my Mum (to keep me occupied and out of her hair). When I left school I worked as a library assistant for 6 years, then went on to work at WH Smiths wholesale as a bookseller then as an Area Book sales Rep for Heinemann library selling books to school libraries.  I now work part time, sadly, no longer working with books, as a spinal condition means I have difficulty bending and lifting, so I have more time to indulge my passions of reading (of course), beading and sewing. I loathe cold weather and we have recently bought our own little place in the sun, a static holiday home on a small holiday park near Malaga, which is the perfect retreat for reading and writing blog posts and I’ve started a little blog about this too which can be seen at http://casamiamalaga.blogspot.co.uk/

Social media links:

This is my book blog where I post reviews of books I’ve enjoyed and the occasional blog tour I take part in.  https://beadyjansbooks.blogspot.co.uk   On Twitter I am @Beadyjan and my Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/beadyjansbooks/

My thanks to Jan for her post and for being part of #TopFiveThursday.

#BookBloggers wanted for #TopFiveThursday

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I ran a popular feature Way back in 2016 called #TopFiveThursday which is all about book bloggers. I’m thinking of bringing it back, as there are so many new or shy bloggers who haven’t been featured. So I was wondering if there were any bloggers who would like to take part?

Here’s a link so you can see what it’s about.   https://thebookreviewcafe.com/topfivethursday-bookblogger-index/

If you are interested please let me know either by contacting me via the contact form on my home page or DM me on Twitter I can be found at @reviewcafe

Many thanks Lorraine

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#TopFiveThursday with #BookBlogger Nicki at Secretlibary @Nicki_Mags

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Today I’m thrilled to have book blogger  Nicki answer those pesky #TopFiveThursday questions. Nikki blogs over at the awesome https://thesecretlibrarysite.wordpress.com/. I love Nikki’s blog as she reviews a wide range of books, so I’m always finding books I haven’t considered reading,  added to my overwhelming TBR pile. I also love her profile photo so different and highly original, it always puts a smile on my face. You can check it out further down the post.

Top 5 books you read in 2016?

Only 5?

Touch by Claire North
I Found You by Lisa Jewell
Breaking Dead by Corrie Jackson
Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult
A Mother’s Confession by Kelly Rimmer

Top 5 authors you think everyone should read?

Lisa Jewell I’ve enjoyed her books for years and they’re getting better, if that’s possible?

Eva Dolan is seriously underrated in the crime genre and should have lots more exposure for her Zigic & Ferreira series

Margaret James is a new author I’ve recently discovered on Twitter and also deserves more readers for her wonderful Charton Minster series.

Lucretia Grindle is another author who doesn’t get much recognition.

Nicky Pellegrino is another author I’d recommend for her women’s fiction set in Italy and the UK. They’re perfect books if you’re in need of a comfort read with sunshine and mouth watering descriptions of Italian food. 😊

Top 5 books you want to read in 2017?

The Lighterman (Charles Holbourne #3) by Simon Michael
Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell
The Returning Tide by Liz Fenwick
The Sewing machine by Natalie Fergie
Girl in Red Velvet by Margaret James

Top 5 blogging tips that you would give to new bloggers?

Do it for yourself and then there’s less pressure on you

Join in with the community by following, commenting and sharing

Go easy on NetGalley I made this mistake and have now gone off ebooks but still need to read and review them :/

Set up social media accounts for your blog, it’s great fun

Post regularly or people will forget who you are

Top 5 book blogs you follow?

Dannielle at http://booksvertigoandtea.com
Inge at http://thebelgianreviewer.wordpress.com
Zuky at https://bookbum.co.uk
Yvo at https://melovebooks.wordpress.com
Drew at http://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress.com

IMG_2620.JPGI’m Nicki a 40 something wife and mother to a 16 year old son. I live on the beautiful island of Jersey where we only have a Waterstones bookshop and a WHSmith to buy books from. Fortunately we have a fantastic library service over here and all the charity shops sell second hand books too. Twice a year the local guide Dogs for the Blind charity have their second hand book sales which raise thousands of pounds each time. I’m also a member of postcrossings a site where you send and receive postcards to random strangers around the world.

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you can follow Nicki at……..

 

https://thesecretlibrarysite. wordpress.com/

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https://www.facebook.com/ SecretLibraryBlog/

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https://twitter.com/Nicki_Mags

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I’m sorry to say but #TopFiveThursday is coming to an end, I’m running out of bloggers to feature. I can’t believe how well this feature took off, it’s been running for over a year now, and always receives so many positive comments. From my point of view I’ve loved doing these posts I’m always amazed by the varied books and authors that bloggers suggest, we all have such different tastes, which make ever book blogger unique.

I’ve also had numerous messages from new bloggers who have find the tips for new bloggers enormously helpful. I know I’m waffling here but I have to say a huge and heartfelt THANK YOU to all the bloggers who took part, for the likes and shares and for sharing your love of books with me, as Tina Turner once sang “you’re simply the best” x 

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