NetGalley and Me

heartnetgalley

So, well,  I have a Kindle. Needless to say, I was looking forward to utilize it for NetGalley. And ever since I’ve started using the ebook-ARC service, I’ve totally fallen for it. It’s a plus for both publishers and reviewers. We get to read books early, and publishers get to build buzz. I’m assuming that […] Read More

A Semi-Hiatus

guess where?

So. I’m heading on vacation soon to an undisclosed location you will probably figure out by the end of this post. I’m thinking of posting pictures, too. Maybe even a photo of *gasp* myself, so that you lovely peeps know that I don’t have a Nutella jar for a head. (Although that would be convenient- […] Read More

6 Books That Changed My Life

the god of small things

I know that “6 Books That Changed My Life” is a heavy title- I mean, I’m sixteen! How much great literature could I have read in order to actually get enough books to write this post? So far, I haven’t read many classics. So far, I’ve only just dipped my toes into adult literature. So […] Read More

I’m Not Afraid

This post is long overdue. What with the Goodreads meltdown over one negative review and just a couple of days later, another author’s anger-filled post about a negative review that wasn’t even offensive enough to be so bothered about- I should have written this earlier. I guess I just didn’t know what to say. I […] Read More

Stereotypes in YA

high schools

I’ve seen so many times in YA that there are 5 stock characters that pop up somewhere or the other. In no particular order, here they are: Cheerleader:this is usually never a girl who is confident in herself and her looks, although to be a cheerleader I’m pretty sure you need to be both. Instead, this […] Read More