10 Interesting Posts You May Have Missed in September 2018

Post Round-Up

  1. Kelly at Another Book in the Wall asks if rating criteria varies across genres.
  2. H. P. at Every Day Should Be Tuesday discusses three fantasies published before The Hobbit.
  3. Kristilyn at Reading in Winter feels weird about blogging.
  4. Shealea at That Bookshelf Bitch explains why she does not write TBR lists.
  5. Kim at Traveling in Books talks about her personal history with Tolkien.
  6. Jennilyn at Rurouni Jenni Reads ponders why book bloggers rarely give one-star reviews.
  7. Nandini at Unputdownable Books discusses the Hobbit and LotR films.
  8. Milliebott at Milliebot Reads talks about her love for Sailor Moon.
  9. Michael at My Comic Relief discusses Infinity War and his loyalty to comics.
  10. Michael at My Comic relief also discusses whether the MCU can be too interconnected.

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17 thoughts on “10 Interesting Posts You May Have Missed in September 2018

  1. jenchaos76 says:

    I’ve already read both Michael and Sheela’s posts and they are excellent. I will have to read the others.


  2. Jheelam says:

    Thanks for the list. Checked out couple of the posts and ended up following few bloggers. All of them seem excellent. Really appreciate your effort.


  3. Jackie B @ Death by Tsundoku says:

    I always love these lists because you often have such a wide variety of posts from both Pages Unbound AND across the blogosphere. Now I have hours of reading ahead of me. 😉

    See, this is my problem (my amazing, wonderful, superb problem) with reading posts on Pages Unbound– you both consistently reference other posts and I often get lost in a black hole of blog posts on other blogs. No wonder I don’t comment as often as I should on your posts! XD I promise, I read most of them…


    • Krysta says:

      Haha! The internet can certainly be a dangerous place! I always end up reading far more articles than I meant to!

      No worries about commenting! I am always so far behind on that. :S

      Liked by 1 person

      • Jackie B @ Death by Tsundoku says:

        Pft, you and me both! I find that replying to comments is something I tend to leave for whenever I have a longer chunk of time. Why? Because I want to actually review what I was responding to, what I wrote, and have a meaningful conversation. For some reason this takes more time than reading a post and writing an initial response! XD


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