About

Welcome to Wonderland! Thanks for stopping by. 


I’m a YA fantasy reviewer from the plot-drive school of thought. In the muggle world I’m a clinical psychology research and teaching assistant. 

Rating System:

5 Stars – Uniquely inspiring and unforgettable. 
4 Stars – A great read, definitely worth your time.
3 Stars – A good book. 
2 Stars – Your time is better spend on another book.
1 Stars –  Not worth a read. 


As I’m writing this, I have a rating average of 3.84. Come to my page on GoodReads to see what the current statistic is, and feel free to add me as a reading buddy while you’re there!

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3 comments:

  1. Hello!

    I'm setting up an October/November Blog Tour to celebrate the upcoming release of my second Zephrum Gates book, “Zephrum Gates & The Strange Magical Treasure.”

    I'm looking for Young Adult Fiction Bloggers, Science Fiction People, Harry Potter Lovers, Parent Bloggers, Kid Bloggers, & anybody who likes a fun magical story. Would you like to do a book review, write a guest post — and participate in a fun giveaway?

    I can send out review copies of “Zephrum Gates & The Strange Magical Treasure” in a PDF format!
    Here’s a link to a Video Book Trailer I put together for it:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zi4nuQK4vsw

    And here’s a link to my Blog Tour Page: http://zephrumgatesblogtour-2013.blogspot.com/

    Let me know if you’d like to be part of my Blog Tour!
    Write me at Trishwich@hotmail.com — Thanks!

    Tricia Riel
    http://www.ZephrumGates.com

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  2. Hi, you don't have any way to get in touch with you, so I hope you don't mind me using this.. I'm hosting a YA Fantasy blog event/hop and thought you may be interested.
    I'll just leave you the link so you can check it out on your own…if you decide it looks like something you'd like to be a part of then please don't hesitate to sign up…and getting the word out would be super helpful…this is so near and dear to my heart..thx for a moment of your time. Hope to see you there…thx, june

    ps. I would love to do an interview of you and your blog…starting in April, i'll be strictly YA fantasy and interviewing YA's with blogs…it would be great if you participated…hope you sign up for the event!

    http://benjaminmctish.blogspot.com/p/global-blog-event.html

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  3. Hey Annie!
    Your blog is fantastic and I was wondering if you would do a review of my new book, “It was Serendipitous” available on amazon. This book is a YA drama that is filled with romance and heart break. In the book,Melissa Jones discovers that her perfect boyfriend is not so perfect, so she is tempted to spend more time with the new boy in town, but she resists the temptation for as long as she can. Melissa has been with her charming boyfriend, Thomas, for two years. To seventeen year old Melissa, her boyfriend is perfect. However, so is her little brother’s new babysitter. Melissa’s loyalty is tested as the babysitter tries to charm her. At the same time, Thomas’s trust in her is tested when he becomes jealous of the new boy. Things start to become complicated when Thomas meets the new boy’s sister and even more complicated when Melissa’s mom falls for the new boy’s father. Melissa learns a lot about herself throughout the book as she tries to take control of her chaotic life.

    My email is: alexismoutinho@yahoo.com
    The book is available at:http://www.amazon.com/was-Serendipitous-adjective-discovered-beneficial-ebook/dp/B00O3YPTSM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1412266571&sr=8-1&keywords=it+was+serendipitous

    Thank you!

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