I recommend books based on your blog #5 | Another Ranting Reader

I recommend books based on your blog” is a bi-monthly series where I recommend a different blogger three books based on their blog content and blog design! 

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And in this episode of “I recommend you books based on your blog”, I recommend books to Jemima who blogs at Another Ranting Reader! Jemima is a first year university student from Wales, and she blogs about all sorts, including books, feminism, poetry, fashion, travel, and writing. I can sense that this will be a fun list!

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I recommend books based on your blog #4 | Bound to Writing

I recommend books based on your blog” is a bi-monthly series where I recommend a different blogger three books based on their blog content and blog design! 

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This week I am recommending books to Jenn from Bound to Writing. Jenn is an author and blogger, who reads and reviews a lot of YA and poetry. Her blog is really bright and exciting, and she is such a great, consistent blogger who always gives good content!

I’m going to kind of cheat with this one, because I’m going to start by recommending a book I suggested last time!

  1. The Girl of Ink and Stars by Kiran Millwood Hargrave
    Not only is this book a fantastic read… the cover is also yellow. Yup, when I started this series, I said I’d be looking at blog aesthetic too, and that is like 90% of the reason I’m recommending this one!
  2. Countless by Karen Gregory
    Looking through Jenn’s reviews, I think that this one fits in really well to some of the YA books she’s read before and it’d be a book she really enjoys reading. I just wish the cover had more yellow in it!
  3. Remix by Non Pratt
    The aesthetic of this one fits way more into Jenn’s blog which makes my little heart very happy! This one, I think, be a great fit into what Jenn likes to read – according to her blog anyway!

Soooo Jenn I found recommending books for you the hardest so far! You seem to be quite like me – read a really diverse range of books, so I hope that in this list there’s something that you’ll enjoy reading. I enjoyed all of these books, and the latter two especially are really great examples of strong YA novels.

Do you agree with my recommendations? What would you recommend to Jenn?

PS – if you want to look back through the recommendation archive, just click here!

Until next time,

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I recommend books based on your blog #3 | Jenniely

I recommend books based on your blog” is a bi-monthly series where I recommend a different blogger three books based on their blog content and blog design! 

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In this episode of the series, I’m recommending books to Jenn who writes at Jenniely! Jenn is an award-winning book blogger, and is also know for her hilarious and relatable Tweets! She blogs about YA books, as well as discussion posts. And Jenn also runs an Etsy store called Literary Galaxy (with truly amazing bookmarks)! Phew. You go, Jenn.

  1. The Girl of Ink and Stars by Kiran Millwood Hargrave
    Jenn’s logo is so starry and lovely, and I really wanted to recommend at least one book that has a titular connection to space! I loved this MG book – it’s mystical, gripping, and such a great story. I really think Jenn would enjoy it.
  2. Heartless by Marissa Meyer
    This is one of my favourite books, and what’s not to like? Cake! Friends! Fairytales! Marissa Meyer! Ha. Whilst this one seems pretty light and fluffy, it’s actually a lot more serious and darker than you’d originally guess – I mean, considering the fairytale it’s based on! Jenn reads a lot of books that I think would fit in with this one.
  3. Eliza and her Monsters by Francesca Zappia
    Although I only read this book relatively recently, it was so good and I really think Jenn would like it. It’s quite sci-fi and fantasy-esque but also really good at talking back mental health, friendship, and it’s a great YA book on top of all that too.

Jenn, I hope I haven’t recommended you anything you’ve read before! I’ve chosen three of my actual personal favourite books, and I think that Jenn would love all of them too. They’re all quite starry and exciting, so I think they fit in really well with Jenn’s blog aesthetic too.

Do you agree with what I recommended? What would you recommend to Jenn?

Until next time,

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I recommend books based on your blog #2 | Bookographic

I recommend books based on your blog” is a bi-monthly series where I recommend a different blogger three books based on their blog content and blog design! 

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This week, I am recommending books to Natalie who writes at Bookographic! I know Natalie in real life too, but I have tried really hard to just go off her blog! Nat’s blog is very minimalist, and I really love her writing style – it’s so easy to read. Nat reads a lot, so it was a bit of a challenge to find something she hadn’t read… I think I’ve done pretty well, if I do say so myself!

  1. Shooting an Elephant and Other Essays by George Orwell
    Whaaaat, a non-fiction book!? Yes, ha, sorry. I love Orwell, and I saw on her blog that Nat’s read both 1984 and Animal Farm, so I couldn’t recommend those. Anyway, this book of essays is one of my favourite things I’ve ever read, and I’d love for more people to delve into the essays of Orwell.
  2. Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare (The Infernal Devices #1)
    Nat’s been reading more fantasy recently, and I adore this series so much, so hopefully she would too! It’s set in steampunk London, and as Natalie currently has two Victorian novels on her “currently reading” list, I think that the setting (at least) would be a major hit! Her latest TBR post also had some darker novels, although not fantasy – maybe shaking up the pile a little?
  3. The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge
    Nat’s most recent TBR had a few creepy books, so I’m recommending this fantastically creepy book by one of my all-time favourite children’s authors! Frances Hardinge is a fantastic writer, and The Lie Tree was the first book of hers that I’ve read.

I feel like I’ve chosen books that, aesthetically, contrast quite a lot to Nat’s blog which is quite interesting! All of the covers are relatively dark (although my copy of Shooting an Elephant is bright green so there you go) but I think it’s interesting that the content seems to link up with a lot of what she’s written about.

Because we’re friends in real life, I recommend Nat books all the time – these are slightly different than the ones I normally suggest, which shows that a blog is a really interesting side of a person to look at!

Do you agree with my recommendations? What would you recommend Natalie?

Until next time,

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I recommend books based on your blog #1 | Mindful Millie

I recommend you books based on your blog” is a bi-monthly series where I recommend a different blogger three books based on their blog content and blog design! 

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In the first of this series, I recommend books to the lovely Louise from Mindful Millie! Louise is a children’s writer and mental health advocate. She blogs about mental health, pregnancy, writing, and also being married young. Her blog is also so aesthetically pleasing and I had the biggest heart eyes when scrolling through! Continue reading “I recommend books based on your blog #1 | Mindful Millie”

I recommend you books based on your blog | introductory post

I love recommending people books. It’s a great feeling when you suggest a book to someone and they absolutely love it. So many people have recommended me books in real life and online, so I would love to do the same. I love looking at people on the street and wondering what they read when they’re at home. Well, now I can kinda do that – but this time with bloggers!

In a new series I’m bringing to Sprinkled With Words, I am going to be recommending three books to a different blogger – and hopefully they’ll love them.

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All of the books are of course ones I’ve also read, and I’d be using both blog content and blog design in my recommendations. I think it’s going to be so much fun!

“I recommend you books based on your blog” posts will be uploaded every other Wednesday at 7pm GMT/BST, and will feature a different blogger every time. (I couldn’t think up a snappier title, but the lengthier ones have character too!)

The list of bloggers is completely full right now (up until next May!) so I’m not currently looking for more bloggers to participate, but drop a comment if you’re interested! I already feel like I might take a summer hiatus from this series, but if I don’t, I’ll make sure to get in touch.

Stay tuned for next week when the first post will go up…

Until then,

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