My Biannual Bibliothon Summer 2018 TBR

Welcome fellow readers to my tbr for the biannual bibliothon! Woot woot. To be frank, I had never heard of nor participated in this readathon before, so this will be my first year. As I do not make booktube videos, I will not be participating in any of the video challenges and instead will post…

Reading Wrap Up | All The Books I’ve Read In June

So, throughout the month of June, I really felt like I was in a reading slump. For some reason it just felt like I wasn't getting anything done! Looking back, however, I read 9 books sooooo I'm not mad at all. I'm like a bit into July now, so a lot of my emotions about…

Mid-year Freak Out Tag| 2018

Best Book You've Read So Far in 2018 The Astonishing Color Of After | Emily X.R. Pan Oh, wow did this book blow me away. I really had no idea what I was getting myself (and my heart) into when I started reading this book. The writing is crazy beautiful. The kind that sweeps you…

June TBR 2018 | All The Books I Want To Read This Month!

I read so many amazing books in May that I'm a little intimidated to choose a June TBR that will live up to those expectations. But, alas, I will try! I have quite the ambitious TBR for this June, and it's full of books I've wanted to read for a long while and a few…

All The Books I Read in May

Hello book friends! I went through a bit of a reading slump at the beginning of this month, but really pulled through in the end and ended up reading a total of 10 books. WOOP As May was Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, I tried my best to mostly read books with Asian characters or…

Books I’m Reading (And Loving) Right Now

I've been in the middle of a reading slump for some time now, but after giving a few of the books on this list a chance, I feel more motivated to read than ever. Given that it's currently Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, I've been trying to incorporate more Asian-centered books into my TBR this…

Pachinko | A Book Review

★★★★★ Pachinko By Min Jin Lee Just as good, if not better, as everyone is saying. If you love stories following multiple generations and the obstacles they must overcome, this is the book for you. The book begins in the early 1900s following a Korean family moving from a small island off the coast of…

Failsafe | A Book Review

Failsafe By Anela Dean ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆ I'd forgotten how much I love a good adventure novel until I started reading Failsafe. The book follows a 17-year-old epileptic girl living in a dystopian future, Soleil, on her journey to save the world. Or at least try. She has some help in the form of…

The Good Twin | A Book Review

★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ The Good Twin By Marti Green The Good Twin follows two women living drastically different lives. Mallory has grown up poor with just her and her single mother to get by. Charly grew up with unthinkable riches, never needing to look at a price tag let alone worry where her…

The Belles | A Book Review

★★★★☆  The Belles By Dhonielle Clayton The Belles is a dark fantasy novel posing as a fluffy, sugary, cotton candy fairytale. With all the talk of belles, beauty and how to make the world a better place, you'd think it was all hunky-dory in this place. Well, you'd be wrong. The sinister plot line is…