Ten Interesting Posts of the Week (9/18/16)

Post Round-Up

Blog Post Round-Up

  1. Jillian reflects on six months of blogging and tells us what makes her what to rave about a blog.
  2. Kami showcases fan art for The Princess Bride.
  3. Alexandria asks if you have ever lied about reading a book.
  4. Liselle shares how blogging got her a job in real life.
  5. Lauren announces a Halloween read-a-thon.
  6. Novelacious explodes two myths about feminism.
  7. Kourtni lists four ways blogging has changed how she reads.
  8. Zoey lists books that need TV shows.
  9. Ashley explains what your host does and what they are responsible for.
  10. Stephanie lists seven books you should read this autumn.

This week on Pages Unbound

  1. Is The Phantom of the Opera Romantic?
  2. How to Write a Memorable Discussion Post
  3. The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi (YA Review)
  4. Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman (YA Review)
  5. Monstrous by Marcykate Connolly (MG Review)
  6. The Gallery by Laura Marx Fitzgerald (MG Review)

11 thoughts on “Ten Interesting Posts of the Week (9/18/16)

  1. Tanya Sahay says:

    Hey, fellow gryffindraft,
    How are you doing?
    You seem to not have received the notification that the House Cups have started.
    Our common room seems empty without you.
    There are many tasks more to come and we need you.
    So hurry up and come to the common room.


  2. Roberta says:

    You have rounded up some interesting posts, particularly Liselle’s about getting a job from blogging. I just did my first weekly wrap-up post for Bloggiesta and I don’t know why I haven’t tried it before.

    Liked by 1 person

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