Switching from wordpress.com to wordpress.org or letting WPbeginner do all hard stuff

blue border limited cropI decided to switch Bibliobibuli YA from WordPress.com to WordPress.org, got horribly lost, and appealed to WPBeginner for help. This is what happened.

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That time where I cried like a baby, or my review of Rose under Fire

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by Elizabeth Wein

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I foresee an unfortunate love triangle, or my review of The Conspiracy of Us

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By Maggie Hall

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Top Ten Badass Heroines

Part of what attracted me and Emily to the whole big genre of YA is that it has so many, many incredible woman characters. Seriously, there’s nothing quite like it if you want to read about badass women doing badass things. Or women doing anything, honestly, although I think that’s changing.

Anyways, YA features a whole host of women who are truly incredible. And there’s an important reason why they’re a key part of YA–because they tell us that we ourselves can be a little bit badass, and we can be women too. So here is our first Top Ten list, and a tribute to all of the badass heroines who have been there for us, in no particular order.

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Fight like a lady, or my review of Wolfblade

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by Jennifer Fallon

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When your dad’s past comes back to bite him in the bum, or my review of Threats of Sky and Sea

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By Jennifer Ellision

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Words, words, words, or you get to read the first chapter of Serpentine by Cindy Pon. Aren’t you lucky?

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A Second-to-Last Tribute, or my review of Raising Steam

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Raising Steam (Discworld #40)

by Sir Terry Pratchett

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Operation No Sophomore Slump! or my review of Drop Dead Demons

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By A&E Kirk

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In which Vampires have Fang-Lisps, or my review of Soulless

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Soulless (Parasol Protectorate #1)

by Gail Carriger

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