By: Melanie | October 3, 2013 | (21) Comments

Hey bloggy peeps!

You may or may not know but on my co-review blog, Finding Bliss in Books, has been renamed Finding Fright in Books for the month because well, it’s October, Halloween month! In Australia, we don’t celebrate Halloween but Blythe tells me it’s one of the best celebrations ever. I am writing this post just to link y’all to the latest on Finding Fright in Books. This post will show up when I don’t post on YA Midnight Reads but Finding Fright in Books instead with a link directing y’all to my review, giveaway or interview etc. on Finding Fright in Books!

Here’s the posts up so far…

You can also be up to date with my reviews on Finding Fright in Books on the sidebar under About Me! πŸ™‚

And have you guys seen my new bloglovin’ button? It’s all thanks to Emily @ Fluttereal Flight!

Bye for now and I hope to see you on Finding Fright in Books this week! <33

 

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Melanie

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Melanie is one of the totally fabulous bloggers at YA Midnight Reads. She's a 16 year old student from Melbourne, Australia. She is normally found binge watching TV series, reading , blogging, procrastinating or fangirling about how Percabeth is the best ship ever. She's also a lover of caps lock and uses it excessively.

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21 Responses to Finding Fright in Books!

  1. Shelly says:

    I can’t believe Australians don’t celebrate Halloween! That’s so interesting! Thanks for sharing your Halloween themed posts! P.S. The new Bloglovin’ button is so pretty! πŸ™‚
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  2. We don’t really celebrate Halloween all over the country here, but we always have a Fright night ourselfs and that is fun πŸ˜€
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  3. Amelia says:

    I’m really diggin’ the bloglovin’ button! It’s gorgeous πŸ™‚

  4. Johanna Richards says:

    I really love the blog posts on Finding Bliss/Fright in Books! And the new look is perfect.

  5. Stepanie B says:

    Ooooo, pretty Bloglovin’ button!!! I love it!
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  6. Tanja says:

    I love your Bloglovin’ button!! πŸ™‚ I must check Finding Fright in Books :))
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  7. I didn’t know people don’t celebrate Halloween in Australia! That’s crazy to me. Trick-or-treating is so much fun as a kid.
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  8. Australia isn’t the only one! We don’t usually celebrate Halloween either; it’s just not in our culture, and anyway, we don’t exactly have very walkable places — unlike in the U.S., where loads of people walk on the sidewalks — and any Halloween parties are probably only limited to a couple of houses. Lame! I’ll be sure to drop by Finding Fright in Books every once in a while. Can’t wait to see what else you have in store over there! πŸ™‚
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  9. Diamond Dee says:

    I <3 your new bloglovin button! It's easily the cutest bloglovin button I've ever seen πŸ˜‰
    Gonna go check out some of your fright reviews..I'm trying to read some scary books this month before Halloween!
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  10. I think Halloween is probably most popular in the U.S. but I’m not entirely sure. Off to check out the blog!
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  11. Emily says:

    EEP! It’s Halloween >< Freaky pumpkins gonna be staring at me!
    That looks all like good fun! xD I'm sure you'll have a fab time, and I'll make it a point to stop by!
    I'm glad you like your new Bloglovin' button! πŸ˜€
    And thank you for putting my button into your blogroll, you made my day! xD
    See you for trick-o-treatin' Mel! <3
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  12. Candace says:

    I didn’t know Australians didn’t celebrate Halloween, but I was just thinking about that and wondering what countries do. Sounds like fun on the co-blog!
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  13. Haha what a cute initiative! One day I’d love to celebrate Halloween in the US. It would be so amazing.
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