January Wrap Up

News Nemo: You should have noticed by now that this blog has renamed itself from The Moonlight Library to Young Adult At Heart and welcomed a co-blogger, the lovely Taneika from Flipping Through The Pages onboard! Why the name change? I have been thinking about getting a co-blogger for a while now, but I didn’t […]

Waiting on Wednesday

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: Riders by Veronica Rossi Expected publication: 16th February 2016 Publisher: Tor Teen From Goodreads: […]

Welcome to Young Adult At Heart!

I have an exciting announcement to make! So after thinking for a LONG time that I wanted a co-blogger, I’ve teamed up with Taneika from Flipping Through The Pages and we’re now co-blogging! We renamed the blog Young Adult At Heart which should be obvious because I’ve got forwarding on from The Moonlight Library, so […]

Stacking the Shelves (130)

Stacking The Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. It’s all about sharing the books we’ve picked up for the week, whether they are bought, borrowed, gifted, galleys, physical or virtual. Share your shelves and remember to visit Tynga’s Reviews where it all started to find more great books!  For Review   A […]

Buy Borrow Burn (16)

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 […]

Why ‘Constructive Criticism’ in Reviews is Bullshit

There’s this horrible mentality revolving through the book reviewing world that we have to ‘be nice’ to each other, reviewers and authors and authors’ precious ‘baby’ books because if we’re mean the author might, I don’t know, never write again? Or we need to ‘be nice’ or we won’t get book perks like authors blurbing […]