If you love k-pop, then you’re gonna want to read this book! Check out my review of Shine by Jessica Jung, former lead singer of k-pop girl group Girls Generation!
YAAAS I just finished Elizabeth Lim’s duology and had to share my thoughts! Here is my review of Spin the Dawn and Unravel the Dusk!
I am so happy to be a part of @HearOurVoicesBT blog tour for Always Human by Ari North! Check out my post here, where I review this awesome graphic novel and give you some recommendations, too!
Two fantastic thought-provoking novels that I would encourage anyone to check out – here is my review of Pachinko and The Vanishing Half!
I haven’t read horror in a while but this OwnVoice Indigenous tale of revenge caught my attention from the start!
Did I just post another rant review? Permanent Record has been on my TBR for ages and I’m finally reviewing it!
I buddy-read this book with @MisWrites19 and it was a riot! Here is my review of The Bookweaver’s Daughter by Malavika Kannan
I rarely read science fiction, and that too space opera. But the cover and premise of this novel was too good to resist. I buddy-read this with Emily@Moonlight and Moths and it was great to go through my thoughts with her! This book will be counting towards ARC August, hosted by Read.Sleep.Repeat. Rep: LGBTQ+, Latinx, Japanese My Review: Solid Start, Messy…
I was excited to receive an ARC for Veronica Roth’s first adult book! I actually buddy read this with the lovely Natalia and you can check out her review here! This book will count towards ARC August, hosted by Read.Sleep.Repeat. TW: Suicide, depression, PTSD, emotional abuse, trauma Rep: Black representation, LGBTQ+ representation My Review: Decent Story … but SO VAGUE! This book…
Ratings. We all use them, whether it’s for shows or books, or even for restaurants! Ratings and reviews help us make decisions about how we spend our money and our time. Over the years, I’ve reviewed and rated loads of books. However, one thing that always bugged me was my lack of a proper standard for these ratings. True, I…