Dea is a 19 year-old chronic bibliophile in her 4th year of college at the University of the Philippines. She began reading young adult books in 2008 when she was introduced to Twilight, and The Hunger Games series solidified her love for it. She fangirls over many things: tv shows, movies, bands, fictional characters and world, among other things. When she's not walking around the campus and eating street food, she can be found snuggled up in her favorite reading spots with a book or e-reader in hand. Although she finds that her reading tastes has changed lately, Dystopia, Contemporary, and Fantasy books still consume her heart and she swears to never get enough of them.
Mary Ann grew up in Manila, Philippines and the youngest and only girl in three siblings. She started to crave for books when her friend Deavelle was reading the ‘Twilight’ series and also when her friend Carl asked her about ‘Hush Hush’. She hardly ever broke herself on books. She loves any contemporary YA Books or even paranormal ones but just became fussy when it comes to some adult books. When she can actually tear herself away from books, she enjoys bad reality TV, listening to music, and watching movies. She’s a self-professed insomniac, in which those times she daydream, and has a passion for all things wacky and hilarious. Now, Mary Ann currently resides in Bulacan – a beautiful province in The Philippines- and a 3rd year IT student. When she’s already profitable, she wishes to own a bookstore and have a self-made book.
Clarissa is a graduate of Civil Engineering in BulSU. An engineering graduate, book blogger and aspiring backpacker by heart. She dreams of the beautiful cities of Prague, Paris and Venice. Books and numbers aren't the only subjects she's interested in but she's also fascinated on studying History and Astronomy. Watching TV series or movies, playing Table Tennis and singing in the shower are her other favourite things to do. If she's not busy with the real world or being a young adult you can find her here sharing her latest Waiting on Wednesday posts (or random thoughts) and on Twitter gushing about her latest read.