Welcome back to BLOGGERS OF THE MONTH. This is a monthly series in which I tell you about the bloggers that I have been loving throughout the month.
PLEASE don’t feel disheartened if your blog is not included. If I were to list all of my favourite blogs, I would be here for days. But know that I think you’re all wonderful, and you may appear in another month.
Without further ado, here are my August favourites!
I adore Cerys – both her wonderful blog (in particular, this incredible post regarding the pressure to read in book blogging circles), and her supportive personality. I break into a grin whenever a tweet of Cerys’ appears on my timeline – her sense of humour, and positive, kind nature is very infectious, and she is always hunting for means of aiding support/discussion within the book blogging community. It is thanks to Cerys that many book bloggers (including myself) have found a wonderful community in which they can be themselves, support one another, and make friends. She is the best.
I am a little obsessed with Jenn’s blog. It is INCREDIBLE. I adore her writing style (very entertaining, and relaxing), and her reviews are some of my favourite to read. She gives the perfect level of detail – enough to give you a great overview, but still leave you wanting to buy the book and find out more. On top of a wonderful blog, Jenn is incredibly kind, very friendly and supportive, and her tweets are ridiculously relatable. If you’re in need of a blogger that will double the size of your TBR, but make you smile while doing it, Jenn’s blog is the place to go.
I am at a loss for words. Sophie is remarkable. I cannot begin to explain my adoration for her wonderful blog, and stunning personality. Throughout August, I have been moved by the incredible strength she has displayed in the face of difficulties, and scrutiny. Her ability to continue to display incredible kindness throughout is testament to her brilliant positivity. In the last fortnight, she has published two wonderful posts – one An Open Letter to PTSD, and another (written by her mother) An Open Letter to Domestic Violence. These are incredibly important posts, that have undoubtedly helped many others, and it is that kind of support that is incredibly wonderful to find in this community. I can’t recommend Sophie’s blog enough.
Holly is WONDERFUL (and happens to have my favourite blog name that I’ve found in the blogging community). Combine Atticus Finch and creative writing, and I know that I’ve found a blog that I will love. AND SHE’S SCOTTISH. After many conversations on Twitter that are full of capital letters, I can confirm that her positivity is utterly infectious. And I dare you to spend a minute of your time reading through a post or two (I highly recommend her movie review of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before), and not fall in love with her writing style. She is just ludicrously lovely, and I highly recommend heading over to her blog and Twitter, and showing her some support.
As many of you are aware, Bexa is incredibly kind and supportive, and I have been obsessed with her blog recently. I adore her warmth and positivity, and her willingness to go above and beyond to promote all bloggers (big or small) warms my heart. Bexa’s comments also always brighten my day – she really takes in what I have to say, and takes the time to craft a thoughtful response, and it means the world to me. Bexa’s posts are as wonderful as she is. I highly recommend her review of The Wellbeing Journal (in collaboration with the wonderful Ruth)! If you are need of a blogger that is obsessed with all things stationery (let’s be honest, who isn’t in need of that?), Bexa is the one for you.
Once again, please don’t feel sad or left out if you’re not there. I wish I could include every single one of you. But I’ll always be on the lookout for more people to feature, so don’t worry.
If you have a moment, please do visit all of these wonderful people, and let them know if you fall in love with their blog too, and let me know who YOU’VE been loving in the comments below!
If you want to check out my July favourites, you can do that here!
As always, thank you for reading!