Monday, 28 May 2018

Around The Blogs With Chuckles

We all enjoy snooping and lurking on other people's blogs right? Why not share those entertaining things you found with other readers and bloggers too! Welcome to Around the Blogs with Chuckles, where I take time out to show you some of my favourite blog posts from the previous seven days and link you up so you can check them out. 

This Week! 

1) Young Adult Book Endings That I Hate
Elle looks at those endings that make you want to tear your hair out! 

2) Book Review-The Lying Game by Ruth Ware
Katherine takes a look at some mystery. 

3) Book Review-Soulless by Gail Carriger
Ruff Day Reviews looks at steampunk. 

4) GDPR Four Steps To Take
Daniela looks at how to get get your blog ready for the new law.

5) Book Review-Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson
Carole takes a look at something quirky and original. 

6) Book Review-Kill Creek by Scott Thomas 
Bark looks at horror. 

7) Book Review-The Unit by Ninni Holmqvist 
Sounds similar in content to Never Let Me Go. 

8) Book Review-Obscura by Joe Hart 
Mogsy goes SF thriller. 


  1. The first one, Young Endings that I hate? I so love that! Thakns for the heads up Chuckles!

  2. I think my blog is ready for GDPR, but who knows. It’s all so confusing!

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

  3. There were a lot of great reviews floating around the web this week, as well as all the GDPR stuff which drove me nuts.

    1. GDPR has been causing a lot of trouble for confused blog owners!

  4. Thanks for the mention, Chuckles! I see a review for Soulless on here. I was just looking at that books so perfect timing.

  5. Thanks for the shoutout! I hope more people will get the chance to check out Obscura!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

    1. You're welcome Mogsy! I'm seeing a few interesting sounding books that are out of my comfort zone on your blog, which is fun!

  6. Thanks for the mention! That Ruth Ware mystery broke my heart just a little. I've had Soulless on my TBR for awhile so I'm off to go check out the review as well as the YA Endings post.

    1. I've always been curious about her books but I've read so many bad books in the genre that I'm wary! I do have one on my ereader I think-something to do with deep dark woods or something.