No Post on Sundays is Young Adult At Heart’s Sunday link dump, a collection of posts from other bloggers we’ve found interesting or share-worthy throughout the week. This isn’t a real blog post. And yes, that is a Harry Potter reference.
Amber from Books of Amber gives us a guide to superpower fiction.
Ana from Read Me Away talks about the different formats she reads in.
Becky from A Fool’s Ingenuity wants to know if you read out of your comfort zone?
Kristen from Metaphors and Moonlight wants to know if you read prequels.
Becca from Pretty Deadly Reviews talks about the art of being picky.
Emily from Paperback Princess tells us why she hates people on covers.
Wren from the Bookmato Chronicles tells us about Four Heroines You’ll Meet in Books and Anime.
Tonyalee from Lilybloombooks tells us about worlds she would NEVER want to live in.
Cait from Paper Fury lists some reasons we love painful books.
Nicole from Feed Your Fiction Addiction discusses books that intimidate us.
Kyra from Blog of a Bookaholic shows us how to determine if you live with the magical creature called the reader.
Erica from Novel Ink talks about not having a favourite genre.
Aila from One Way or an Author shows us 5 popular character descriptions.
Becky from A Fool’s Ingenuity wants to know if you read out of your comfort zone.
Amy from A Novel Start tells us her blogger confessions.
Mara from Mara Was Here wants to know if real-life people know about your blog.
Faith from Fangirl World wants to know if she should watermark her photos.
Angelina or Brianna from Fable’s Library want to know if we feel bad giving low ratings.
Rashika from The Social Potato lets us know it’s OK to not read ALL THE ARCs.
Stacee from Adventures of a Book Junkie tells us of the time she met Susan Dennard.
Christina from A Reader of Fictions tell us about her shipping betrayals!
Alyssa from The Devil Orders Takeout via Chasing Faerytales asks if Asian stereotypes are ever OK?
Jackie from Books and Tea gives us ten ways to avoid being productive on a snow day.
Melissa from Writer Grrl Reads talks about keeping journals.