My 14 Day Quarantine TBR in South Korea

lmao. I haven't posted anything since JANUARY!!!! It is now currently AUGUST!! This year hit me freaking hard, man. I've been working from home since March and reading at probably half my usual speed (maybe even less). My concentration is completely shot and my brain really only has the attention span of a 15 second…

2020 Most Anticipated Reads

Come Tumbling Down | Seanan McGuire I think I can safely say at this point that Seanan McGuire is one of my all-time favorite authors and I will forever read their work. Need I say more? Dark and Deepest Red | Anna-Marie McLemore I'm currently in the middle of this one and am already loving…

All the books I need to read before the end of the year | a kind of tbr

Wow look at that. 2019 is almost over (????????) I literally don't know how this year went by already. It still feels like we should have half the year left somehow. Anyways, as usual I have too many books I need to read before the year is over. I have decided to share my reading…

All the Books from July | Wrap-Up

I would say I had a generally successful reading month in July. A good chunk of them were rereads—which isn't a bad thing!—but I kind of wish I had consumed some new stories! (Don't worry, that's what my August is going to be all about. I really don't have much else to say, so to…

I’m very excited about all of these books! | The Reading Rush and July 2019 TBR

We're already nearly two full weeks into July, but I've decided to make this tbr post regardless!!! Not gonna lie, I've already begun and finished like 3 books this month lol. I really don't have a clear idea what I want to read for the rest of the month as I'm not planning on participating…

Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag | 2019

And it is officially time for all of us book people to start freaking out about all of the amazing books we've read so far this year while simultaneously freaking out about how many books are left on our tbr. I've had a pretty good beginning half of the year in regards to the books…

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Books| May 2019 Wrap-up

So, I attempted *attempted* to participate in two separate readathons this month. Was I successful? If by that you mean did I read quite a few books, then yes. If you mean did I complete all of the prompts, then no. I’m pretty sure each readathon had only *1* required book, and I failed to…

The Wise and the Wicked | A Book Review

The Wise and the Wicked by Rebecca Podos Summary Ruby Chernyavsky has been told the stories since she was a child: The women in her family, once possessed of great magical abilities to remake lives and stave off death itself, were forced to flee their Russian home for America in order to escape the fearful…

We Hunt the Flame | A Book Review

We Hunt the Flame by Hafsa Faizal Summary People lived because she killed.People died because he lived. Zafira is the Hunter, disguising herself as a man when she braves the cursed forest of the Arz to feed her people. Nasir is the Prince of Death, assassinating those foolish enough to defy his autocratic father, the…

Raving about all of the books I read last month | April Wrap-Up

Every month I think I didn’t read that much and then I tally up all of the books I’ve read and realize I didn’t do too bad. I actually had an amazing reading month and discovered some new favorites while also revisiting some of my all-time faves. The first two weeks were primarily devoted to…