OTP Mixtape: Heathcliff x Cathy

As Yoda once said: “Ship or Do Not Ship. There is No Try.” Because let’s face it, when you ship something, you SHIP SOMETHING. Some ships can get borderline obsessive, but it’s all perfectly healthy (right? RIGHT??). After all, we’re TEENAGERS (or teenagers at heart, anyway). We’re supposed to be obsessive and fangirl-ish and so invested in…

To All the (YA) Books I’ve Loved Before {ft. a rant and two small reviews}

I don’t read a lot of YA—I never have, really, simply because it doesn’t interest me. My recent foray into the genre has only served to redouble my aversion to “fluffy” romances and “meet-cutes.” (Because these things are never cute. They’re just annoying.) My YA expertise is pretty much limited to the eleven YA books…

Me and Earl and The Confused Readers of the World

By Clara Oswin Oswald (Yes, I am aware this “whale” hello gif has already been used on our blog–but  I saw it and I cannot stop laughing!) Hello Chums! If you haven’t already guessed, today I’m going to dissect Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. What you DON’T know is that I’m also going…

Book Discussion: Nineteen Minutes

Recently, Clara and I read both read Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult, and since it was so terribly thought-provoking, we simply had to blog on it! Now, usually when we do this type of discussion post, we both end up getting sidetracked and going off on these random tangents, and nothing really gets discussed. That’s…

Review: The Things They Carried

How do I even start this? I’ve been carrying around the remnants of this book for days. I’m so terribly afraid of messing up this review. It can’t be too sentimental, but it has to convey some sort of emotion; it can’t be overly dramatic, and yet it has to explain how The Things They…

Fairest Review

I’m back!!!! Yes, you guessed it; this is Clara Oswin Oswald reporting for blogging duty. Many of you peeps may remember that my last post was very negative, with good reason. However, I thought to change things up a bit and give you my positive thoughts on a book: Fairest by Marissa Meyer. I started…