Book Blog Name


Hello lovelies! Today I have a super fun tag for you. I saw this tag on the Book Dutchesses blog who found it at  Melissa’s Bookworld. The idea is simple. For every letter of your blog name, you have to come up with a book character.  So let’s get to it shall we?


S – Scout Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee


I – Inej from Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo


N – Nicholas  from Royally Screwed by Emma Chase


C – Cinder for the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer


E – Ellie from A Messy, Beautiful Life by Sara Jade Alan


R – Raffaele Laurent Bessette from the Young Elites Series by Marie Lu


E – Elias from An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir


L – Lara Jean Song from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han


Y – Yelena from Poison Study Series by Maria V. Snyder


K – Keely from The Raven God (Legends of Orkney Series) by Alane Adams


A – Astra from No Ordinary Star by M.C. Frank


R – Rishi from When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon


E – Princess Eadlyn from The Heir by Kiera Cass


N – Nora Grey from Hush Hush Series by  Becca Fitzpatrick


J- Jace  from The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare


O – Olly from Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon



Whoa, I didn’t think this would be difficult, but it was. Still, I had a lot of fun trying to come up with characters for every single letters. Y was by far the hardest one for me… Can you think of another character that start with letter Y?

Tagging everyone who wants to do this. Don’t forget to link your post in the comment so I can check it out. Have fun!!!

Sincerely Karen Jo


Book Blitz

However Dark The Night
Philippa Cameron
Publication date: October 6th 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult

When Alex meets Erin, he doesn’t realize he’s fallen for her until it’s too late. And he can never let Erin find out how he feels because he’s an Oxy and she’s a Blue. In a world where the air has changed, leaving the Blues unable to breathe properly, the power is in the hands of those who can – the Oxys. Alex has much more to lose than just his heart, but how do you stop yourself from falling in love?

However Dark The Night is a contemporary novel in the Elements series. Each novel is a stand-alone book, linked by its connection to one or more of the elements – earth, wind, fire and water. However Dark The Night is linked to the element of air.

Also read The Day We Are Born, which is also a stand-alone book in the Elements series, and is linked to the element of water, and Every Move I Have Made, linked to the element of earth.

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I GOT away with it. When the final bell of the day goes, I hold myself back from tearing along the corridor, bursting out the door and sprinting down the road to the car I know will be waiting for me two blocks down. Still, I’m one of the first to reach the exit. The only problem is I don’t know how to get out. When I arrived this morning, I took the steps up to the school slowly, watching how the other kids waited in the booth and swiped their cards, a beat passing before the door swung them into the building. So I dawdle, as if I’m waiting for someone, watching the four students in front of me. They don’t make for the rotating door; instead, they step up to the large glass panel to the side of it, which automatically opens for them.  Ah. They don’t mind who leaves the school, only who comes in. Good to know if I ever need a speedy getaway. I follow the students out, down the steps, and we part ways as they swing to the left and head uptown. I cross the road at the light, casually glancing back at the school to note if anyone is paying me any particular attention. There is a rush of kids now, and in their uniform of grey and white, they don’t appear out of place against the starkness of the steel-and-glass building behind them, which looks more like an office block than a high school. Trinity Academy, to be exact, one of the best high schools in the north.  I don’t break my stride, which is steady but not too fast. I’m simply a kid happy to be out of school for the day, keen to grab a coffee down the street or browse the music store a block away. We’d checked out the area beforehand – mapped it, actually. If I think anyone is watching or following me, I am to stop off at the coffee shop or the music store, whichever is closest, and then make my way, using the subway, to the library on Fifth, and call for help from the public phone in the lobby.We are probably being paranoid but in these times, you need to be.  As it is, no one is in the slightest bit interested in me, but I still do some window-shopping, stopping and starting as I make my way down the two blocks. And there’s my mother in her car, asking me, as I slide in next to her, “You okay, Alexander?” and I feel stupid with relief, even though there’s no reason for her not to be there. Then a girl with long curly hair sways past us, and I have to force myself not to look back. It’s not Erin, I tell myself. It will never be Erin. 

Author Bio:

A little bit about me: I’m Philippa Cameron, the author of three Young Adult books. I love reading Young Adult novels. And books from other genres too. Any of them. All of them. Good thing, then, that I’m also a librarian..

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