Favorite Blog Posts from March 2018

It’s my favorite time of the month! I get to share all of my favorite blog posts from the previous month.


Fictionophile asks Are You an Avid Reader?

I love that Always Booking has New Friend Friday… and I especially love that I am one of her new friends.

Pages Unbound matched up YA novels with classic novels.

Reading in Winter had a bookish discussion on about spending money on books.

In honor of Black History Month, Flying Paperbacks recommended upcoming books by black authors.

The Orangutan Librarian brought on some much needed positivity.

Dani’s Bookshelf let us know what to expect at a book signing and how to find them.

What’s She Reading addresses the pressure to read hyped/popular books.

Thrifty Bibliophile gives some great advice on how to read more.

The Reading Chick talks about the believability young adults saving the world in novels.

Darque Dreamer’s Chaturday Saturday wonders, “does what you read influence how you feel about future reads?

Chelle’s Book Ramblings put together a list of favorite and not-so-favorite bookish kisses.

Author’s Canvas lists 10 things no one tells you about publishing.

The Cursed Books suggests ways to access free books legally.

Just Another Book in the Wall addresses the pros and cons of negative reviews.

The Reading Chick shares why she reads romance novels.

Perhaps my favorite blog post of the month is this one in which Pages Unbound wondered if YA books are maturing too fast.


What were some of your favorite posts this month?


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