No Post On Sundays (5)

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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.


On Books

Rashika from The Social Potato brings us a guide to historical romance.

Alex from Fiery Reads asks can you love a book but hate the ending?

Kristen from Metaphors and Moonlight tells us why she doesn’t watch film adaptations of books.

Val from The Innocent Smiley wants to know if it is OK to love a problematic book.

Jean from Happy Indulgence talks about feminism in books and gives us 10 good examples.

Claudia from Pen Markings gives us a tutorial on how to be a YA main character.

On Blogging

Brianna from Fable’s Library asks should book bloggers be paid?

Marie from Drizzle and Hurricane Books asks is it possible to escape hype?

Becca from The Reading Teen tells us why book boyfriends are just better.

Shannon from It Starts at Midnight wants to know if commenting on blogs is just nice or necessary?

Bekka from Pretty Deadly Reviews gives us a tour of her updated bookshelf.

Tonyalee from Lilybloombooks talks about reading challenges.

Emily from Loony Literature talks about lack of hype for YA Contemporay books and why they’re hard to review.

Nicole from Feed Your Fiction Addiction muses about the difference between inspiration and copying.

Cait from Paper Fury tells us things bookworms never want to hear.

Jaime from the Perpetual Page Turner has to let all of her feels out.

On Fandom

Inge from Bookshelf Reflections gives us her list of feel-good movies.

Renae from Respiring Thoughts tells us why we should be diversifying the literary canon.

Dash from A Tree Grows in Bookland talks about the issues with a Mary Poppins remake.

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About Nemo

A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo has a degree in English Literature and specialises in reviewing contemporary, paranormal, mystery/thriller, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She is especially drawn to novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, and assassins.

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