Monthly Archives: April 2014
By: Melanie | April 6, 2014 | (24) Comments

midnight madness newsletter

This meme was created for YA Midnight Reads to showcase upcoming posts and hauls from over the past week. What’s Been Happening Lately Hi guys! It’s school holidays for me so I’ll be around much much more in terms of posting, twitter and commenting on other blogs–you’ll be sick of me by the end of the 2.5 weeks that I have off, lol. Anyway, I had a pretty quiet week once again though I did have a little frenzy last Sunday on […]

By: Melanie | April 4, 2014 | (31) Comments


Thank you to the lovely people at HaperCollins Australia for organsing this tour! ——— As most of you already know, I’ve been having the trashiest luck with books. DNFs and 1 stars left and right. But this brilliant, brilliant book totally swept me off my feet. I read this whenever I had the chance; in between classes, while on public transport and even during my Autumn Concert. If you haven’t figured out already, I found Disruption to be insanely addicting. Disruption is […]

By: Larissa | April 3, 2014 | (40) Comments

discussing through midnight

This meme was created for YA Midnight Reads as a discussion post of all things bookish. ——— So let me be clear in the fact that this Discussing Through Midnight will not be book related in the least. Haha (: You may have noticed my little disappearance from this blog (or perhaps if you didn’t, it’s okay) and that was because I was travelling to an amazing country known as Italy. We spent 10 days there, though 2 were for mainly travel. […]

By: Celine | April 2, 2014 | (21) Comments


Lately, I’ve been both lucky and unlucky when it comes to books. Lucky in the sense that I haven’t read anything truly ghastly in a while, but unlucky because I haven’t read anything great (see what I did there?) either. All the ratings I have given out lately have ranged from around 2.5 stars to 3.5 stars. Which is fine – for a while. But I just really want to read something that will blow me away – hell, I’m starting to […]

By: Melanie | April 1, 2014 | (24) Comments


My frustration with this book is too much to handle so I’m going to try and get straight to the point here. House of Ivy and Sorrow’s first fault is in the writing. Being someone who hasn’t read Natalie Whipple before, I had no idea to expect, but I certainly had no idea how juvenile her tone is. As I fourteen year old, I feel pretty insulted that this is labelled Young Adult. THIS IS NOT YA. THIS IS MG. This being […]

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