The first week of school happened, guys. And it was pretty awesome 🙂 I was able to meet a lot of new people and was also able to become friends with people who I was only acquaintances with in the past. Also, my new teachers are extremely entertaining. One is absolutely obsessed with moustaches, another is very talkative and outgoing, and another seems to like teasing her students. Those teachers really do make the day go by fast 😛 The only thing that sucks is all the homework.
I haven’t been able to comment on my friends’ blogs very much, though. It makes me sad. But please now that I am definitely reading your post! I will be sure to dedicate more time to commenting next week.
- Asti @ A Bookish Heart talks about why she has never requested ARCs
- Chiara @ Books for a Delicate Eternity discusses the absence of parents in YA
- Charlotte @ Gypsy Reviews talks about the nonexistent perks of being an international blogger
- She also asks what do you consider as a spoiler
- Leanne asks you to help her and give her suggestions of literary propaganda
- Bec @ Readers in Wonderland gives us ten completely legit reasons to break a book ban
- Cayce @ Fighting Dreamer tells about her Feedly and Bloglovin’ likes and dislikes
- Christina @ Christina Reads YA talks about bad boys in YA lit
- Lindsey asks what type of bookshelf person you are
- Reem @ I Read and Tell talks about the different types of villains
- Paola @ A Novel Idea debunks common Asian stereotypes
- Jamie @ The Perpetual Reader has some fun with book superlatives
- Shannelle @ The Tracery of Ink wonders what will happen if physical books no longer existed
- Eve @ Paper Sanctuary also has some fun with book superlatives
- Bekka @ Pretty Deadly Reviews talks about lending books
- Amy @ Ode to Jo and Katniss: more book superlatives fun!
- Rara @ Rarasaur tells about her bedtime storytelling tradition that she and her husband have
- Naz shares her recipe for banana fritters
- She also talks about decluttering
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