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…

A bunch of books I read and loved | June 2019 Wrap-Up

So my plan of reading only queer books in June kind of really failed. This is what happens when you have a million library holds and ONLY books you weren't planning on reading were fulfilled. I would say I had a pretty good reading month in terms of quality and probably low/average in terms of…

Wilder Girls | A Book Review

Summary It's been eighteen months since the Raxter School for Girls was put under quarantine. Since the Tox hit and pulled Hetty's life out from under her. It started slow. First the teachers died one by one. Then it began to infect the students, turning their bodies strange and foreign. Now, cut off from the…

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…

I’m Only Reading Queer Books This Month | June 2019 TBR

Happy Pride my people!! I've been saving a bunch of these books (definitely intentionally not reading them) specifically for pride month! I have a pretty ambitious tbr, but I believe in myself and that's all that matters If you're planning on reading any of these books please let me know so we can chat/squeal/cry over…

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…

Fake It Till You Break It | A Book Review

Fake It Till You Break It By Jenn P. Nguyun Summary Mia and Jake have known each other their whole lives. They’ve endured summer vacations, Sunday brunches, even dentist visits together. Their mothers, who are best friends, are convinced that Mia and Jake would be the perfect couple, even though they can’t stand to be…

I Love You So Mochi | A Book Review

I Love You so Mochi by Sarah Kuhn Summary Kimi Nakamura loves a good fashion statement. She's obsessed with transforming everyday ephemera into Kimi Originals: bold outfits that make her and her friends feel brave, fabulous, and like the Ultimate versions of themselves. But her mother sees this as a distraction from working on her…

SailorMoonAThon TBR | May 2019 #teamsailormars

Ahhh the SailorMoonAThon is finally upon us! I'm so excited to stick my face into all of the below books. This readathon is team based and will take place starting May 1st to the 20th. I have no idea when team sign-ups are closed, so I'd check out the twitter page @SailorMoonAThon to get all…