Happy Leap Year, book lovers!
As always, when I do these posts, I may have missed some really great posts simply because I didn’t check my feed every day.
If you have a blog post of yours that you are particularly proud of from February, and it isn’t linked here, please feel free to link it in the comments!
Here are my favorite posts from February
Novels and Notions shared their favorite enemies to lovers romances – I LOVE blog posts like this!
Bookmark Your Thoughts shared 6 books to read for Black History Month.
Can I request that everyone write a blog post like Pages Unbound’s 5 Things my Favorite Book Bloggers Do?
I so appreciated Lili’s Blissful Pages’ post listing 5 unforgettable mental illness reps in books.
I loved this Valentine’s Day-themed post from Novels and Notions: 20 Pink and Red Books You Need to Read.
I loved this post from Confessions of a YA Reader, sharing theirmost anticipated Middle Grade books.
Can we get a big AMEN to Chelle’s Book Ramblings post that takes down misconceptions about romance?!
My dear, lovely friend over at Romance Book Binge has joined the BookTube family!
What an awesome idea this post from Drizzle and Hurricane Books pairing favorite tropes with YA books is!
Yay for Romance Week over at CJR The Brit.
I added so many books from Jill’s Book Blog’s Top Ten Tuesday post to my wishlist!
I love love love favorite couples lists like this one from My World of Books.
Bookiverse shared some perfect Wintry reads.
Give me allll the swoon-worthy Romances lists, particularly those from The Book Dutchesses!
Another great list of Black History Month book recs from Nine Tail Vixen.
Pages Unbound talks about whether book bloggers influence book sales.
I was LIVING for Whit Reads Lit’s adventure in reading the A Court of Thorns and Roses series for the first time!
I did a slow clap for Bound to Writing’s post on how not to ask for reviews.
My heart went out to Forever and Everly’s post recommending books to read when you’re sad.
After all the controversy around American Dirt, I appreciated Inkish Kingdom’s recs for similar books that aren’t problematic.