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.
You very nearly didn’t get our weekly link dump today! I woke up with a terrible pain in my one good eye (I have one bad eye and one good eye and if I lose the sight in my one good eye I can’t read anything) and I even made an appointment to go see the eye doctor but the pain has lessened enough that I cancelled my appointment, but everything’s still a little blurry at the moment.
Adventures of a Book Junkie tells us about the LA Festival of Books.
The Perpetual Page-turner picks her books for vacation.
Metaphors and Moonlight wants to know how much science do you like in your science-fiction.
Josie’s Book Corner wants to know what defines a hero?
The Paperback Princess ponders on YouTubers with book deals.
Feed Your FIction Addiction compares fiction to non-fiction.
Mara Was Here wants to know if you prefer short or long chapters?
Book Briefs offers a hack all Kindle owners must know.
Readers in Wonderland share the pros and cons of mood reading.
Chiara from Books from a Delicate Eternity guest posts on Chasing Faerytales to talk about QUILTBAG erasure in book blogging.
Drizzle and Hurrican Books talks about the pressure put on book bloggers.
Bookish Serendipity tells us 5 ways to save time as a blogger.
Pretty Deadly Reviews explains how she might be in a book slump.
Bookmarked tells us why she doesn’t comment back.
A Reader of Fictions tells us about her blogger’s remorse.
The Fox’s Hideaway muses on her recent lack of negative reviews.
Bookishness and Tea offers 30 ideas for blog posts.
The Loony Literature shares how to get more views on your reviews.
Arctice Books discusses whether blogging should be stressful.
The Litaku explains what it’s like to be multi-fandom.
It Starts at Midnight posts about preparing for BEA.
Book Enthral shares bookish pick-up lines for YA lovers.