Around the Blogosphere
- MoMo at Remnants of Wit continues her discussion of Snape’s disordered love
- Ellen at Quest Reviews discusses P&P and its historical and social context
- Jackie at Death by Tsundoku lists five things she’s learned from Anne of Green Gables
- Milliebot at Milliebot Reads discusses the differences between the book and the movie version of Howl’s Moving Castle
- Peter Sabor guests posts on Sarah Emsley’s blog and talks about Henry Austen’s biographical preface to Persuasion and Northanger Abbey
- Holly at Nut Free Nerd asks how we interpret “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”
- Cam at Camillea Reads discusses why she wants to read less
- Marie at Drizzle and Hurricane Books talks about ARC insecurity
- Belle at Belle can read gets real about the struggle to complete reading challenges
- Cam at Camillea Reads has expectations for her fairy tale retellings
At Pages Unbound
- Plot Should Not Trump Logic in MG and YA Novels
- How I Take Charge of My Blog Before It Takes Charge of Me
- 5 Great Things About Project Gutenberg
- How to Write an Engaging Discussion Post
- Don’t Stress About How Many Books You’ve Read This Year
- What Is the Content of English Classes?
- Writing Realistic Politics in Children’s Fiction Matters More Than You Might Think
Continue the Discussion!
Krysta is again joining the Discussion Challenge hosted by Shannon at It Starts at Midnight and Nicole at Feed Your Fiction Addiction and aiming for the Terrifically Talkative level (31-40 discussion posts in 2018). If you want to challenge yourself to post more discussions and have the opportunity to enter some fabulous giveaways check it out!