Monthly Archives: October 2014
By: Melanie | October 31, 2014 | (17) Comments

YA Midnight Reads

Today is the last day of our Halloween event, and it also happens to be officially Halloween! To celebrate, we’re going to give away some of the books we showcased this event as well as some books by authors that stopped by. Before we get to that, here’s the links to all the posts: Halloween At Midnight Begins Review of Cry Blue Murder by Kim Kane and Marion Roberts Interview with Rin Chupeco, author of The Girl from the Well INT GIVEAWAY Our […]

By: Larissa | October 30, 2014 | (11) Comments

YA Midnight Reads

Today is very exciting because we have Faye from The Social Potato on the blog with a guest post on why she loves Halloween. Blogger Guest Post: Faye Halloween. Whenever we think of Halloween, the first thing that comes to mind is trick-or-treat. This activity, where you put on a whacky costume (the scary factor seems optional now) and knock on the doors in your neighborhood hoping you impress them enough to give you a treat, pretty much symbolizes what Halloween has evolved […]

By: Celine | October 29, 2014 | (56) Comments

YA Midnight Reads

Hey everyone! We’re totally stoked (sorry) to have Paula here on the blog today. You may remember The Art of Lainey, which Melanie and I (Celine) reviewed together and loved! You might be surprised because this is Halloween Week and The Art of Lainey was mostly cute and fluffy, but Paula actually has another book coming out next year that you may have heard of. I mean, I’ve been fangirling about that for a while now, because obviously it’s going to be amazing. Either way, I’m […]

By: Melanie | October 28, 2014 | (48) Comments


*In no way am I trying to criticize the author. I am simply giving my honest opinion on a novel and I just happened to no enjoy it.*I moved schools at the start of this year. When I moved schools, I found out the most exciting news: Alexandra Adornetto was a past student from my current school. In fact, she had the same English teacher as me. I CANNOT STRESS THIS AWESOMENESS. So, despite the fact that her Halo series was not all that promising, I […]

By: Melanie | October 27, 2014 | (15) Comments

YA Midnight Reads

We are creeping up on Halloween now, and today the lovely Lexa Cain was able to stop by on the blog with a guest post. I read her book earlier this year and reviewed it on the blog, and really liked it, it’s got some horror elements to it, and is set in Egypt! How awesome is that? I definitely recommend you all go and grab an ecopy on Amazon right now–it’s on a special price of 99cents until the 31st of […]

By: Celine | October 25, 2014 | (29) Comments

YA Midnight Reads

An Interview with Sarah Fine Guys! I am so excited to be able to welcome author Sarah Fine onto the blog today. You may have heard of her latest book, Of Metal and Wishes, which is a Phantom of the Opera retelling set in a slaughterhouse. That just screams awesome, doesn’t it? Your latest book, Of Metal and Wishes, is a retelling of The Phantom of the Opera. What made you want to retell this story? What do you like about it? I actually didn’t set […]

By: Melanie | October 24, 2014 | (45) Comments

YA Midnight Reads

It’s October, so it’s the perfect time to get crackin’ on those spooky Halloween-esque reads. Today, Larissa, Celine and I are going to each share 5 of our favourite books that we think would be perfect for this Halloween. Celine So I have to make a confession first: I don’t read horror or especially scary books. Why not? I’m a complete wimp. But there are definitely a few books that gave me the shivers, despite not being a traditional horror or Halloween-esque […]

By: Melanie | October 22, 2014 | (45) Comments

YA Midnight Reads

An Interview with Rin Chupeco I’m so happy to have Rin Chupeco, author of The Girl from the Well on the blog to answer a few questions 😀 You all should go check the book out, I also reviewed the book here. Welcome Rin! If your book had a soundtrack, what would be one of the songs on the playlist? I actually maintain a playlist here but Imagine Dragons songs (“Demons” and “My Fault”) make up a good part of that – […]

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