About Us

Get to know the bloggers behind Moonlight Gleam’s Bookshelf!
Hello fellow book lovers! My name is Lucy and I’m a Canadian Book Blogger from Montreal. I’m currently a full-time university student at Concordia University to pursue a Chartered Accountancy designation at the John Molson School of Business.
Reading and reviewing has always been a passion of mine and I created Moonlight Gleam’s Bookshelf on November 28, 2010 so that I could connect with other book lovers everywhere, and recommend titles that I personally enjoyed!
In addition to my passion for reading and reviewing, photography was also a big part of my life. I used to spend 72 hours a week in the dark room to print black and white film from a 35mm Pentax camera during my studies in college. Using filters and timers to create the perfect print out was something I loved, but after completing my college degree, I no longer had access to a dark room and decided to go digital. As I grew older, reading won the battle over photography and gained first place in my long list of hobbies. My other hobbies include creating natural mineral eyeshadows and coin collecting, just to name a few.
Feel free to contact me through the following links:


I’ll be adding a bookshelf virtual tour here soon!
Kasey  joined Team Moonlight Gleam’s Bookshelf in June, 2013

Hello! My name is Kasey, and I’m a book lover and review from Boise, Idaho. I’m a graduate of George Fox University with a Bachelor’s in Business Management. I’ve been a voracious reader since I was very small, and that is one thing about me that has never changed! I only recently became more active online, after someone pointed out to me that I can talk with all the other people who read the same books as I do!


Along with my love of reading, I am an avid movie watcher. I love all different varieties of moves, but my favorite directors are Joss Whedon and JJ Abrams, so I’m usually watching something by them. I am very excited about movies and books, and can usually be found sitting at my computer, clapping my hands over something that I’ve found.

I love to share my insights and opinions on books with others, and that’s why decided to join team Moonlight Gleam’s Bookshelf!

Contact Kasey: Facebook, Goodreads, and by email at Kaseyj88@gmail.com

Alia is our newest reviewer addition! She joined Team Moonlight Gleam’s Bookshelf in February, 2016


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Salutations, fellow bibliophiles. I am Alia, a newbie reviewer, and long-time reader located in the Boise, Idaho area. Having just completed my Master of Science degree in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning, I find myself blessedly free of textbooks and with decently long stretches of free time.

Reading has always been a structural aspect in my life, from how my mom used books to potty-train me, to when my second-grade teacher made me sit on my books so I wouldn’t read in class, to seventh-grade when I completed my Literature class a semester early because I’d already read the whole book, and so on. Perhaps some of my love of books was instilled through my mom: my name, “Alia,” is from Frank Herbert’s science-fiction novel Dune. Suffice to say, I have read many hundreds of books, but I have only now begun to believe that perhaps my opinion about those books could be valuable to other readers. And so, I am here.

Generally, I read fantasy novels, especially “high” or “epic” fantasy, and I tend to gravitate toward an established series with several published books through which I can progress without interruption. In the real world, I am a US Army veteran, have several animals (three dogs, a cat, and a snake), participate in many of the wonderful outdoor activities offered in Idaho, and enjoy cooking new dishes. Feel free to stalk me online through my various social media profiles.

Contact Alia: Facebook, Instagram, Goodreads, Twitter, YouTube, or by email at itsjustalia@gmail.com


Thank you for reading about us and Happy Reading!





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