Praise For Cuddlebuggery

Praise for Cuddlebuggery

Cuddlebuggery is a beloved institution in the book blogging community. We are respected and looked up to by a wide variety of authors, bloggers, publishers and agents. From the ground up we interact with, influence the Young Adult community.  We collected quotes from many of our most cherished friends and colleagues in the industry, and you can read these below. We hope you gain a good sense of our upstanding moral character and wholesome family values and choose to embrace Cuddlebuggery as a blog to read, interact with and support based on the below comments.


“The last three times we’ve been out with Kat and Steph, they’ve stuck us with the check. We’re not sure if that’s more of an indictment on them or us.”
–Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner, authors of These Broken Stars

“Being interviewed by Kat is akin to tandem skydiving — without a parachute. Thanks for the thrills, Jump Master Kennedy.”
–Veronica Rossi, author of Under The Never Sky

“Bitches better have my money…”
–Jay Kristoff, author of Stormdancer

“Cuddlebuggery does for literary integrity what Duck Dynasty does for gay rights.”
–Victoria Scott, author of The Collector

“I’ve heard the words “Kill it with fire” were created for Kat and Steph. Foolish pride! We cannot destroy them, only hope that they can be contained,”
–Leigh Bardugo, author of Shadow and Bone

“Cuddlebuggery is the soaring eagle of YA lit blogs, always ready to swoop from the sky and tear the unwary to bloody shreds.”
–Michael Adams, author of The Last Girl

“Of course, I love them! They’d kill me in my sleep if I didn’t!”
 Trish Doller, author of Something Like Normal and Where the Stars Still Shine

“Cuddlebuggery set my unicorn on fire and Kat Kennedy told me it was “accidentally on purpose”!”
–Elizabeth May, author of The Falconer

“Cuddlebuggery killed my puppy! Then brought it back from the grave just to kill it again!”
–Rachel Hartman, author of Seraphina

“Cuddlebuggery is not only the pinnacle of irresponsible blogging, but I wouldn’t trust them with my monkey child.”
–Laura Hunsaker, author of Highlander Reborn

“Every time you visit Cuddlebuggery, a kitten dies. They are the worst. The WORST. Think of the kittens!”
Laura Lam, author of Pantomime

“Steph and Kat are the worst, and should be stopped.”
–Kendare Blake, author of Anna Dressed in Blood



“Someone needs to knock those Cuddlebuggery girls off their pedestals before their heads are swollen so big with self-importance that they won’t be able to enter a room anymore.”
–Wendy DarlingThe Midnight Garden

“They’re so kind that they took my family off my hands… To give me time to praise them. My family… MY FAMILY!!!”
— Cain Freeman, Blogger for NoBSBooks

“Cuddlebuggery has more dick jokes than a high school locker room.”
— Christina Megan, Blogger for Reader of Fictions

“The duo at CB have the dirtiest mouths on them. From swearing to insults to scatching reviews, these two will lay the negative on thick…”
–Jaz CFiction in Fiction in Fiction

“I’ve definitely NEVER gotten a book based off a Cuddlebuggery review. Their reviews are so boring and average.”
–JessAgeless Pages Reviews

“Actually a mommy blog.”

“I heard they threaten to steal author’s souls, and that’s how they get the best ARCs.”
–SuzeLiterary Adventures

“Cuddlebuggery doesn’t hate anyone, but odds are if you were on fire and they had water, they’d just drink it.”
–LiliLili’s Reflections

“I hear they really actually burn books they hate after they read them and then send their ashes to the authors.”
–Jamie MThe Perpetual Page Turner

“Stealing candy from babies? That’s child’s play. I heard they EAT THE PLACENTA. *shudders*”
–LisaFic Talk

“I hear they can control the weather and wrote the screenplay to “Glitter”!”
–Gilliane BerryWriter of Wrongs

“Cuddlebuggery blog makes me want to curl up into a ball and wish for the zombie apocalypse to come soon so they eat you whole!”
–ShelleyGizmo’s Reviews