Asti posted about her love for villains and wondered why we don't have any plain looking heroines in YA
Melanie compares personal and professional reviews
Me and a few other bloggers teamed up at Nuzaifa's blog to talk about guilty pleasure reads
Nara discussed about the lack of male protagonists.
Cait asked whether you visualize character faces.
Megan described the beauty of animated covers.
Kaitlin talks about commenter's guilt
Rachel asked whether we need epilogues
Nicole tells us what she thinks about books that are based on true stories
Bookish and blogging community news.
1.Queen of Shadows has a cover!There are two versions for it,but I love the one with the icy blue background more.However,the cover is quite great and I love how badass Celaena looks.
2.Kayla @ The Thousand Lives and Veronica @ The Talking Bookworm hosted the Contemporary Conversations this month.I am sad that I couldn't read as much as I wanted,but still I had great fun.
3.#VeryRealisticYA. I don't actually know how or who started it as I was not actually active in twitter recently,but the tweets are hilarious!Here are some of my favourites.
Teen girl doesn't read classics or quote poems. Watches Supernatural instead. #VeryRealisticYA— JLArmentrout (@JLArmentrout) March 29, 2015
Girl finds out boy from class has been sneaking into her room to "watch her sleep." She's terrified. Presses charges. #VeryRealisticYA— Kody Keplinger (@Kody_Keplinger) March 29, 2015
Broody bad boy says something sexist to quiet, bookish girl. Girl puts him in his place. They never go out ever. #VeryRealisticYA— Ava Jae (@Ava_Jae) March 29, 2015
Nerdy girl is paired in school project with bad boy. She does all the work and they never speak again. #VeryRealisticYA— Janine Mimi De Jesus (@LoveJanineMimi) March 29, 2015