About Us

Hello and welcome to My Crazy Reading Obsession!

My name is Jessica but my friends call me Jessie. I have been reading for just fun and nothing else for about two years now and I love doing it. I only have one friend who reads to the extent that I do and likes to talk about books, so I decided to create this blog were I can put my reviews on and just talk about books. On My Crazy Reading Obsession you will find book review, book tags, and even author interviews. I mainly just review English YA books, Angelina also reads German books so she reviews those to if you are interested. So I hope that you stick around and check out my stuff.

See you soon!
P.S. I will try to be as active as possible!


My name is Angelina . I love reading, I do it in my free time but there isn't really anybody to talk to about the books I am reading other than Jessie. Besides that Jessie and I also weird people out and sing Christmas songs on the bus (even though it isn't Christmas). I read German books along with English books, so I will be posting some reviews about them as well. I am kind of also the scheduler of this blog and keep track of when we have to post something and stuff like that. I hope you enjoy reading the reviews!

Our posting schedule is: Angelina posts on Tuesdays and Jessica posts on Saturdays. So we never really go too long without posting on the blog. We post book tags and interviews whenever.


  1. Hello Jessica!

    I would love to send you my title to review but I was unable to find an email address on the site. The book was just published on December 6, 2014 and it is titled Moonchild. Here is the link to my site with all the details: ewazwonarz.com. Let me know if you are interested. Happy New Year! -Ewa

    1. Hi,
      I would love to review your book, it sounds really good! I could probabley review it in the next week or so if that would be okay

  2. Hello,

    is "Mister Monday" from the "Keys to the Kingdom" series a good book?

    1. Yes, it is a really good book, I loved the entire series! Even though it is meant for younger readers, it is still worth reading.