The Best Posts I Read This Month (August)


I decided to collect my favourite posts that fellow blogging bibliophiles wrote this month to share with you all.

Whilst I would love to list everything that I read this month, that would almost be impossible! (I do tend to procrastinate by reading a number of blog posts…) But these ones really stood out.

I encourage you guys to check them out for yourself, because these posts are truly wonderful. And you may find someone new to follow! Some have great tips, whilst others introduce some very interesting topics to discuss, debate and consider.

E. R. Murray did a guest post on Alyssa’s blog discussing What Makes Her Pick Up a Particular Book.

Krysta discusses Why “Harry Potter and The Cursed Child” Is Not Fan-Fiction.

Ava gives us 8 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Goodreads.

Ashleigh talks Judging Books By Their Covers.

Olivia discusses Whether Literature and Lyrics Are Good or Bad Together.

Ari chats about her Love for Secondary Characters.

Briana discuss Periods in Young Adult Fiction.

Ava provides us with 8 Different Ways to Write A Book Review.

Ellie discusses Reading Slumps and How to Get Rid of Them.

Ava discusses Everything Relating to Review Polices.

Cait asks Whether or Not We Should Retire The “Special Snowflake” Trope.

Sammie talks about THAT article, and The Importance of Young Adult Literature.

Casey asks Can We Stop Hating on YA?

Hollie discusses Censorship in YA.

Lashaan asks What Do You Think About Speed-Reading?

Reg shows us herΒ Must-Have Blogging Tools.

Maggie gives us some tips for Getting Out of a Reading Slump.

Zainab shows us How To Read More. Magic, perhaps?

Thank-you guys for writing such awesome blog posts!

13 thoughts on “The Best Posts I Read This Month (August)

  1. Amazing! Thank you so much for including my post in this, you’ve made my day! All of these posts sound really great – I’ll defo be digging into them when I have a spare minute today. Thank you for rounding them all up for us to read! πŸ˜€ x

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