I am a day late, I am so sorry guys! I have had a big couple of days in Melbourne and was too exhausted last night to post this, but I figure better late than never! Kristy and I had a great month in November – Catching Fire came out, and we were busy watching that (twice each!), we read some great books, and we had a huge month in terms of giveaways.

In case you missed it, here is our November recap:


This month we reviewed the following books:

City of Glass (The Mortal Instruments #3) – Cassandra Clare
Tiger Lily – Jodi Lynn Anderson
The Coldest Girl in Coldtown – Holly Black
Unbreakable (Legion #1) – Kami Garcia
Night of Cake & Puppets (Daughter of Smoke & Bone #2.5) – Laini Taylor
Allegiant (Divergent #3) – Veronica Roth

We also reviewed a movie this month with the release of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

We discussed

Kristy and I had only a couple of discussions in November since it was a busy month for us with giveaways, travelling and life in general! We will be more active in our blogging tips feature and Feral Friday posts in December however!

Novellas & Short Stories
Possessive Males in YA
Speed Reading Tips

Posts we really enjoyed from our blogging friends

There were some really great posts and discussions online this month. Here’s just some of what we enjoyed in November:

  • Shaheen from Speculating on SpecFic gave us some amazing book recommendations
  • Nara from Looking for the Panacea shared some sci-fi recommendations for those who normally shy away from the genre
  • Chiara from Books For A Delicate Eternity shared the perks of having a book boyfriend
  • Cee from The Novel Hermit questions why some people insist on reading the ending of books first
  • Emz from Icy Cold Reads talks about character deaths: the good, the bad and the ugly
  • Josephine from Dudette Reads grosses us out talking about the hygine (or lack thereoff) of library books
  • Hazel from Stay Bookish posted a very timely discussion about expectations & endings of series we love
  • Ashley from Nose Graze launches a new book blogging directory that we think looks fantastic!
  • Rachel from Fiktshun talks about her obsession with series
  • Sab and Melo from Sab The Book Eater had a rant about random YA book covers