No Post On Sundays (8)

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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.

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On Books

Chiara from Books from a Delicate Eternity tells us about the genre she’s currently binging.

Claire from Cover to Cover tells us about how 2 books changed her perspective on non-fiction.

Traci from The Reading Geeks tells us her book adaptation wishlist.

Brittany from Book Addicts Guide has developed this cool quiz to help you decie which 2016 YA release you should read next.

Kristen from Metaphors and Moonlight discusses the good thing about bad books.

Mara from Mara was Here tells us 5 things her family always says to her because she’s a bookworm.

Ali from Arctic Books tells us 25 bookish facts about her.

Tonyalee from Lilybloombooks wants to know if there is such a thing as reading too much (obvs, no).

Aentee from The Social Potato asks are never-ending series too much of a good thing?

Kaitlyn from Reading Is My Treasure shares a list of books for whom her love has faded.

Bec from Readers in Wonderland talks about the pros and cons of cover changes.

Cait from Paper Fury wants to know how realistic books should be.

On Blogging

Alex from Fiery Reads reminds us why it’s OK to take a break.

Berls from Fantasy Is More Fun wants to know if perfectionism is killing your blog.

Joey from Thoughts and Afterthoughts reflect on why memes like Top Ten Tuesday are good for you.

Emily from Loony Literature tells us why she will never want a co-blogger.

Wren from the Bookmato Chronicles talks about being a small blog with a big personality.

Ali from Arctic Books wants to know if you change your ratings?

On Fandom

Stacee from Too Fond of Books talks about meeting some authors.



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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