Meet the bloggers
Good books are the passion and love of my life. Bad books are the bane of my existence. My aim is to be funny, amusing, and to share great books with the reading community. My reviews are honest, intended for readers and book consumers and I don’t pull punches for anyone.
I am a consummate nerd and unrepentant weirdo. I have a passion for book reviewing and the reviewing community. When I’m not working on the blog or reading YA books I love Doctor Who, My Little Ponies, comic books, politics and general immoral shenanigans.
Kat can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Sup. My name is Stephanie Sinclair and I’m a twenty-something lover of books hailing from the USA. I’m a picky reader and pretty hard to please. I’m also sarcastic, opinionated, blunt and occasionally, harsh. But above all, I’m honest. I have a strange love affair with all things Young Adult. The jury’s still out on whether or not that’s a healthy obsession. I can usually be found reading Science Fiction, fantasy and Paranormal Romance.
When I’m not reading, slaving away on the blog or generally wasting time on World of Warcraft, I can be found attending various rock concerts or knitting cute, baby hats. Yup, jack of all trades.
Stephanie can be reached at email@example.com.
When it comes to my reading, I will devour pretty much anything that can hold me. I’m a big fan of the works of Jim Butcher, specifically the Dresden Files series. I also love Orcs by Stan Nicholls, Shogun by James Clavelle, The Old Kingdom trilogy by Garth Nix, His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman. I loathe Stephenie Meyer with a passion, in my mind she is to literature, what Trolls 2 is to film. I’m currently working on a Steampunk fantasy which I’m writing specifically because I’d love to read a book with a story like mine… if that makes sense.
But outside of that I’m a keen amateur photographer, a serious gamer and a keen cook.
And on that note I shall leave you with one last, tiny thought…
Money cannot buy happiness… But it can buy Bacon… Which is pretty much the same thing.
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Archer can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I tend to live vicariously through the books I read, because although living fast and dying young is a rad theory, in practice I’d much rather be drinking tea and flipping pages. When I’m not working on my shrine to all things John Green, I’m delving into anything YA I can get my hands on.
On the rare occasion that I leave my favourite reading chair, you can find me running cross-country, embroidering chevron bracelets for friends, and dancing wildly to Bloodbuzz Ohio. In my reality, every November is primarily NaNoWrimo, and in my fantasies, I am the fourth sister that the Brontes never had.
Adrienne can be reached at email@example.com.
Greetings and salutations! My name is Paul Beimers, and I’ve been burying my nose in books from a very young age. Until recently, I had kept myself out of the “young adult” section of bookstores and libraries, due to a cynicism that had grown from the result of several years of reading a seemingly inexhaustible supply of mediocre/terrible works in the genre. Thanks to the power of the internet, however, I have discovered that the YA world is still filled with wonderful stories that can be adored and treasured, and I have since fallen in love with many books and writers in the business that I would have previously ignored.
I’m obsessed with such authors as Laini Taylor, J.K. Rowling, and Patrick Ness, and am always on the lookout for new ones to add to the list. Suggestions are always welcome, though I will warn you that I tend to be rather critical of new works. What can I say? I have high expectations. I’m always interested in the fantasy genre, though I’ll read pretty much anything as long as it avoids clichés and is well-written. I’m a sucker for beautiful writing.
When I’m not reading, I’m playing games (Guild Wars 2/World of Warcraft), attempting to get caught up on my many television shows, watching movies, forcing myself through piles of college coursework, or looking for a job.
Or buying books that I don’t have time to read and really can’t afford. But you know how these things work.
Paul can reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.