10 Interesting Posts You Might Have Missed in February 2020

Post Round-Up

Around the Blogosphere

  1. Holly shares the top 10 things online bookworms do that are weird.
  2. The Orangutan Librarian lists her NoTPs.
  3. Sammie shares things she wants library patrons to know.
  4. Silvia asks: What affects your reading?
  5. Luke discusses the little-known Hobbit film from 1966.
  6. Melanie talks about why she loves book blogging.
  7. Eustacia reviews some teas from the Rare Tea Discovery box.
  8. Alice lists super popular books she hasn’t read yet and why.
  9. The Orangutan Librarian asks whether classics are relevant.
  10. Michael reflects on Captain Marvel and the power problem in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Highlights at Pages Unbound

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Tolkien Reading Event: March 2020

There’s still time to fill out our Google forms to participate in our upcoming Tolkien Reading Event! (Quick, short answers wanted!)

Question 1: If you’ve no books by Tolkien or only 1 book by Tolkien, tell us why!

Question 2: What do you think is one of the most impactful scenes from Tolkien’s work?

15 thoughts on “10 Interesting Posts You Might Have Missed in February 2020

  1. Jackie B @ Death by Tsundoku says:

    It makes me so sad that Pingbacks don’t work any longer. I never see any such posts in people’s comments on their WP blogs! I hope that everyone above has seen that you’ve celebrated their work. These are awesome posts.

    I love that y’all do this each month. I might be borrowing it for the future. 😉

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