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Required Reading 2013: March Away! by In Lesbians with Books on Mar 4, 2013As expected of February, time passed by so quickly I didn’t even notice that it’s March already! I did my best to squeeze all my readings and *gasps* my Chinese…...



Required Reading 2013: Love Month (+ mini-reviews!) by In Lesbians with Books on Feb 4, 2013To be honest, I was dreading to post this month’s Required Reading not because of the Love Month-related content perse, but because of the result of last month’s readings. I…...



“We wanted to define her, to wrap her up as we did each other, but we could not seem to get past “weird” and “strange” and “goofy.” Her ways knocked us off balance.” —Jerry Spinelli, Stargirl by In Lesbians with Books on Sep 1, 2011Stargirl. What? Her name is Stargirl? For real? What the hell? Is that even a name? Is she insane or what? Stargirl, Stargirl. Here’s Stargirl, she transferred to the quiet Mica High with a burst of colors. She disturbed the quiet environment o...



Look what’s in my Mailbox today! by In Lesbians with Books on Jun 29, 2011When I was in the earlier years of college, I’m a general fiction genre reader. I read books of different popular/mainstream authors mostly by Dan Brown and Paulo Coelho (please don’t judge). I never read any Young Adult books because I t...



harry potter and the sorcerer’s stone by jk rowlings by Artseblis Reads on Nov 14, 2010A charming debut about a boy wizard. I’m glad it’s out of the way so I can move on the progressively darker sequels. And see more of sulky Snape and gay Hagrid :P.



under lock and key by lookslikerein by Artseblis Reads on Oct 13, 2010Every last Saturday of the month, they would meet in the park and drop another memory into a little box... Read this book if you like Young Adult fiction about loss and acceptance of that loss; books about friendship and growing up; to support works...



under lock and key by lookslikerein by Artseblis Reads on Oct 13, 2010Every last Saturday of the month, they would meet in the park and drop another memory into a little box... Read this book if you like Young Adult fiction about loss and acceptance of that loss; books about friendship and growing up; to support works...



Meg Cabot again by Bookmarked! on Apr 27, 2010When my mom arrived from the US early this year, I finally got the two Meg Cabot books I’d mooched from the US, and I finally got around to reading them: Pants on Fire and Airhead. I’ve been reading Meg Cabot for what seems like ages now,...



Hush, Hush by Jo's Bookshelf on Apr 12, 2010I had to leave off my current book, Last Of The Amazons, which needs a bit more concentration, in favor of a lighter read for a whole night’s vigilance in the I.C.U.    As I have volunteered for night duty in attendance to my ailing father, I...



Percy Jackson and The Olympians Series (The Lightning Thief; The Sea of Monsters; The Titan’s Curse; The Battle of the Labyrinth; The Last Olympian) by Jo's Bookshelf on Mar 19, 2010My, this summer is sizzling HOT! The grass on my lawn is tanned to a crisp and  ice cubes aren’t being formed fast enough to satisfy our lust for cold, cold drinks.  The heat has made me lethargic and so this blog has been  dozing on its...