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.
Traci from The Reading Geek wants to know where do you buy your books?
Ali from Arctic Books discusses whether insta-love is plausible.
Cait from Paper Fury wants to know if you ever don’t recommend favourite books.
Ava from Bookishness and Tea asks how we respond to complicated character names.
Bekka from Pretty Deadly Reviews takes us on Part 2 of her book shelf tour.
Ceilidhann from Bibliodaze talks about the royal romance trope.
Jillian from Chasing Faerytales talks about being a mood reader.
Alisa from Readers in Wonderland wants to know how good is your book memory?
Amber from The Book Bratz wants to know what you do with your unwanted ARCs.
Kristen from metaphors and Moonlight tells us about things that turn her off in book blurbs.
Emily from Paperback Princess talks about revivals and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Yvonne from A World Between Folded Pages tells us why she won’t be reading some book series.
Mara from mara Was Here discusses having an incomplete series collection.
Wren from the Bookmato Chronicles tells us why she sometimes hates reading books about mental illness.
Joey from Thoughts and Afterthoughts tells us why readers don’t imagine characters naked.
Ana from Read Me Away talks about dropping a series.
Geraldine from Corralling Books tells us why she rarely participates in Top Ten Tuesday anymore.
Ali from Arctic Books wants to know if negative reviews deter you?
Jessica from Fierce Blogging offers advice on how to come up with blogging content.
One of the Otaku twins tells us things that annoy her when visiting other blogs.
Josies Book Corner tells us why book summaries are pointless.
Emily from Loony Literate wants to know if we can predict when one of our blog posts is going to be popular.
Lyn from Great Imaginations explains why YA is NOT a damsel in distress.
Jaime from The Perpetual Page Turner tells us 11 Book related things that delight her.
Nisha from A Running Commentary tells us 25 bookish things about herself.
Parajunkee tells us why Amazon is evil.