October Wrap Up

News Hubs and I came down with the stomach flu, or norovirus, for over a week, and in that time I felt too poorly to do anything except lie in bed and watch Netflix and Stan. Other than that, it was just the daily grind of work, rest, and recreation. Quite an average month. I […]

Buy Borrow Burn (10)

Welcome to the Moonlight Library’s new original feature, Buy Borrow Burn. It’s a fun game based on Snog Marry Avoid/Marry Kiss Kill. If we had unlimited funds, which cover would be the one we’d buy*, borrow, or burn**? *This is completely subjective and my favourite cover may not be yours. **In no way do we wish […]

A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston

A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston

SUMMARY A nameless heroine sacrifices herself to save her sister and become the bride of a demonic king whose brides never live for long. She can randomly perform random magic and becomes all-powerful, but can she save the man the demon possesses? WORLDBUILDING For the most part, I loved the worldbuilding. This story was set […]

Waiting on Soundless by Richelle Mead (131)

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking The Spine. It’s all about spotlighting upcoming releases we’re eagerly anticipating. Share your books and remember to visit Breaking The Spine for more great books! This week I’m eagerly waiting on: Soundless by Richelle Mead Expected publication: 10th November 2015 Publisher: Razorbill From Goodreads: From […]

Ice Like Fire by Sara Raasch

Ice Like Fire by Sara Raasch

SUMMARY While Winter has been freed from Angra’s slavery, Meira must find the balance between queen and soldier, fight to keep her kingdom from the hands of Cordell, and in the mean time find the keys hidden in other kingdoms that will open the door to the magical chasm and hopefully make an alliance or […]

The Princess Diaries Audiobook

The Princess Diaries Audiobook

SUMMARY Mia Thermopolis’ extraordinarily ordinary American teenage world is thrown upside down when she finds out she is the one and only heir and Princess to the throne of Genovia, a small but rich country bordering France. WORLDBUILDING I have to say, I know Genovia’s totally fake – I mean, what country can afford not […]

5 Reader Stereotypes I Break

5 Reader Stereotypes I Break Have you ever met someone and the moment that they, where they are a reader or not, find out YOU are not only a reader but a book blogger as well, they instantly make snap assumptions about you? Have You Read…? I find that mostly people ask me if I’ve […]

Page to Screen: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Trailer

Page to Screen is a new original feature I’m experimenting with where I talk about film adaptations of YA books  I have a confession I have not read Pride and Prejudice. I have seen many adaptations, including the Colin Firth one, which I believe is a ridiculously close adaptation, and I have enjoyed the Kiera Knightley version, […]