Best Books of 2012: Review

I’m so proud of the  little Best of 2012 series I’ve put together on the blog over the past month or so – some of my favourite bloggers and writers were kind enough to contribute, and I’ve had great feedback on Twitter from bloggers, writers, readers, and publishers. A huge thank you to everyone who contributed their amazing pieces – I really appreciate it. We celebrated a great year in books. As a nice little New Year’s Eve post I thought I’d do a summary of the series and link to all the posts from here. Happy reading!

When Nights Were Cold by Susanna Jones

After Such Kindness by Gaynor Arnold

The Gods of Gotham by Lyndsay Faye – Guest Post by Lynn Shepherd

The Sisters Brothers by Patrick de Witt – Guest Post by Lyndsay Wheble

Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussman – Guest Post by Emma Chapman

The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey – Guest Post by Lucy Rock

Illegal Liaisons by Grazyna Plebanek

Rook, Swimming Home, Hawthorn & Child and Object Lessons – Guest Post by Alan Bowden

Bring Up The Bodies by Hilary Mantel – Guest Post by Peggy Riley

The Glass Delusion by Abi Curtis – Guest Post by Kristina Wilde

The Pleasures of Men by Kate Williams

Tell The Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt – Guest Post by Sarah Chapman

The Fever Tree by Jennifer McVeigh

2013 is set to be another amazing year for books, despite the closure of some book shops and a decline in the sales of print books. I for one am sticking with print and my fingers are crossed a few more book shops will start reappearing on the high street soon. The written word is a cornerstone of our civilisation and we cannot let it fade away.

I hope you all have a great night and a very happy 2013. See you on the other side… x


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