No Post On Sundays (12)

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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

The Honest Book Club explains the link to politics and Young Adult novels.

Arctic Books discusses reading as a blogger vs reading as a reader.

One Way or an Author discusses her top 5 pet peeves in YA contemporary novels.

Pretty Deadly Reviews talks about her childhood favourites.

Book Lovers Blog talks about how her childhood reads influence what she reads now.

The Innocent Smiley wants to know if we are allowed to criticise characters with a mental illness.

Mara Was Here discusses some cliche scenarios in YA literature.

Thoughts and Afterthoughts explains why he’d be a terrible protagonist in a fantasy novel.

Great Imaginations (Lyn)  uses YA books to describe parts of herself while Maryam wants to know why fantasy is so big in YA lit.

Books for a Delicate Eternity discusses the issues with series novellas.

Feed Your Fiction Addiction offers tips on prepping for BEA.

The Reading Geek talks about reading slumps.

Happy Indulgence talks whether to DNF a book.

On Blogging

Twirling Pages explains book aesthetics/mood boards.

Paper Fury explains why you should start a book blog and wonders if we need books without discrimination.

A Fool’s Ingenuity wants to know if she rates books too highly.

Bookishness and Tea offers some tips on how to get more views on your reviews.

Nellie & Co offers advice on how to come up with good headlines.

The Honest Book Club writes about the perks of being a co-blogger.

Metaphors and Moonlight discusses revamping and reposting reviews.

The Book Addict’s Guide reflects on four years of blogging.

Book’s Buzz discusses why it’s OK to give books high star ratings.


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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