Wednesday 6 January 2021

Books You Loved: New Year Edition


Books You Loved: December  provided reviews of great books. Thank you to all. Here are a few that caught my eye:


Elizabeth of Silver's Reviews posted about The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany by Lori Nelson Spielman.  She said '[it] is a heartfelt, extraordinary read that makes you realize it’s never too late to follow your dreams.'

Holding by Graham Norton was brought over by Tina of Turn The Page.  She said 'If you like a bit of drama and dark humor, as well as the Irish setting, you will enjoy this book.'

Judy of Keep The Wisdom posted about Fifty Words for Rain by Asha Lemmie.  Judy said 'After continuing to be haunted by the novel for many days, I concluded that is was the fairytale atmosphere created by the author that drew me in as I read and kept me captivated until the end'


Now on to the first edition for 2021.  There are no rules for this party.  The only requirement is that your post is about a book that you loved.

To add to the list just pop the name of the book (and your name/blog name if you like) into the first Mr Linky box and then copy and paste the url of your post about it into the second box. Mr Linky now also makes you tick a box.

I'll be pinning your links to this Pinboard to make it easier for you to check them out at a glance. 


Here's to 2021 being a better year in every way!



  1. I brought you a historical fiction by Kate Quinn .

  2. thanks for the email. have another url for the best books i read in 2020 at:

    thanks keep safe everyone

  3. Posted. Thanks and happy new year!

  4. Happy New Year and Happy Reading!


    Thanks for highlighting it so everyone can take a look at it.

  6. I've linked you to three books that I read and enjoyed in December, including possibly my favorite book of the year, Migrations. Happy reading in 2021.

  7. I linked three books I read in December. I hope we all have a great year of reading in 2021.

  8. Hey Carole, this month I have linked in my review for the stunning, dual-narrative fiction, The Firebird by, one of my favourite authors, Susanna Kearsley. 😍

  9. I'm always happy to post my latest favourite book but this month, I have linked to my favourite book by one of my favourite authors. And I already found so many great books on these lists ... so little time ..

    Thanks, as always, for giving us the opportunity to exchange ideas.

  10. Hi Carole, I haven't had a 5 star read for a while, but I finally read a book worthy of a link up here. It's Hamnet by Maggie O'Farrell, and might be one of my favourite reads for 2021.


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