Six For Sunday: Share The Love – Six Favourite People To Follow

It’s February! Yes January – the LONGEST month ever – has finally finished! So while we wave goodbye to the getting to know you prompts I’m delighted to spend February sharing the love! Starting this week with my six favourite people to follow.

Six for Sunday is a weekly meme hosted by the lovely Steph at ALITTLEBUTALOT. You can find a list of prompts for January, February and March here

Six Favourite People To Follow

Now Steph’s official prompt for this one is our favourite bloggers, booktubers and bookstagrammers to follow. However I am so out of the loop when it comes to Bookstagram and BookTube so most of of these are come from the wonderful bloggers I follow. That said let me know your favourites in the comments whether they’re bloggers, bookstagrammers or booktubers! I’m always up for discovering more!

Charlotte, Somewhere

I am fortunate enough to call Charlotte a dear friend in real life, if she’s ever visiting Edinburgh you will almost certainly find us munching our way through ALL the tacos in Wahaca. Charlotte has wonderful content on her blog whether it’s book reviews, tags or her regular ‘Happy Posts’ which never fail to make me smile. She also has a secret weapon in the shape of her little boy S. You should definitely check out some Books With The Boy posts, they’re a delight!

Check out Charlotte and S’s latest Books With The Boy post – a review of Sam Wu Is Not Afraid Of Zombies – for a wonderful level of sass from both parties!

Golden Books Girl

Amy is another blogger I’m able to call a good friend. Her passion for books comes across so clearly in her posts. Her middle grade reviews are one of the reason I started to read more middle grade fiction last year and it has been a wonderful discovery! She’s also the absolute Queen of Tags so if you’re ever looking for one to do be sure to check out her blog for inspiration!

Check out Amy’s favourite middle grade reads of 2019 here

Book Murmuration

Louise reviews all manner of children’s books from board books through to young adult. If you’re ever hunting for gift ideas this is the place to go. No matter the age you’ll find well thought out reviews to give you inspiration!

Read Louise’s review of the picture book What Will You Dream Of Tonight? here

A Little But A Lot

How could my list not include our wonderful Prompt Mistress? Steph is a great voice for all things bookish. Whether she’s singing the praises of Queen Mel, reviewing some wonderful books or talking about some of her experiences as a primary school teacher her posts are always worth a read! Plus she’s the host of this wonderful weekly tag!

Check out Steph’s latest middle grade mini reviews here!

Readable Life

The lovely Layla’s blog is filled with excellent reviews of all sorts of books. I especially love that Layla’s such a champion of diversity on the blog.

Check out Layla’s Beginner’s Guide To YA LGBT+ Books here.

Wonderfully Bookish

Charlotte is one of the few Bookstagrammers who actually feature in my Instagram feed and on the rare occasions I actually remember to open Instagram her pictures always jump out for me. I am in awe of all the effort and attention to detail all Bookstagrammers but in to making their pictures so beautiful and Charlotte’s are no exception. This recent post of her Jacqueline Wilson books reminded me how much I used to love this author. I didn’t own many personally, but I had a signed copy of The Suitcase Kid which was a prized possession and I had a cuddly rabbit named Radish thanks to this book. I raided every library I had access to to make my way through these books!

Charlotte also has a blog you can follow – read her review of Paper Avalanche here

They were my #SixforSunday! If you’ve taken part leave a link to your post below and I’ll be sure to check it out!

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