Monthly Updates · Trying Something New

Celebrating Asian American Heritage Month: #AsianLitBingo TBR

After a week of eyeballing this challenge (in between studying for exams, and actually taking my exams part of this week & next week) and starting two books on my compiled list already (because procrastination!), I think it’s about time I made a solid list of the books I’d like to read for Asian Lit Bingo… Continue reading Celebrating Asian American Heritage Month: #AsianLitBingo TBR

Book Tags · Trying Something New

Diversity Spotlight Thursday

What, TWO Thursday tags? Like I could pass this one up! Thanks Clemi @ Clemi’s Bookish World for getting me hype to this and motivating me to make a post for myself before I leave for work, haha. The Diversity Spotlight Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Aimal on her blog Bookshelves and Paperbacks – thanks, Aimal! Bringing… Continue reading Diversity Spotlight Thursday

Trying Something New

#DiverseAThon TBR + #ReadDiverseBooks2017

I’ve seen these tags all over my Twitter since the beginning of the year and finally, after about 3 weeks of “can I do this? Does this sound possible? Is it my place to do this?” and other self-critical questions, I decided I want to make this year a year of diverse books. Naturally this started about… Continue reading #DiverseAThon TBR + #ReadDiverseBooks2017

Trying Something New · UF Book Reviews

Cover Reveal: One Fell Sweep by Ilona Andrews

Check out the original post on Ilona’s blog here!! I’m actually screaming a little bit. One Fell Sweep (Innkeeper Chronicles #3) by Ilona Andrews Genre: Adult Paranormal/Fantasy Release Date: December 20th, 2016 Self-Published Cover designer: Doris at Disanthus.com You can read a little bit of the first two books in the series here, where One Fell Sweep is free until… Continue reading Cover Reveal: One Fell Sweep by Ilona Andrews

Trying Something New · YA Book Reviews

Midnight Musings: To Review or Not to Review A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

I’ve been sitting on whether or not to review this book for a long time. Instead of doing a proper review of this book, I’m settling for a half word-vomit / half serious discussion about the problems I have with this book, mainly the characters and what they symbolize that rubs me the wrong way.… Continue reading Midnight Musings: To Review or Not to Review A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas