[Blog Tour] Review: A Master of Djinn by P. Djeli Clark

This is one of my most anticipated reads for 2021, and now that I've read it, I can definitely say that all my tears over getting rejected for an ARC on Netgalley are definitely worth it. Thank you so much to Tracy Fenton of Compulsive Readers for not only including me in this blog tour,… Continue reading [Blog Tour] Review: A Master of Djinn by P. Djeli Clark

An Open Letter to Shiori (Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim)

This is part of a series called Margin Letters, where I write open letters to fictional characters of content I love. This particular installment is a stop on the blog tour organized by TBR and Beyond Tours. Please read my non-spoiler review here. Shiori is the sole princess of Kiata and the protagonist of Six… Continue reading An Open Letter to Shiori (Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim)

[Blog Tour] Review: Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim

Happy book birthday to Elizabeth Lim and Six Crimson Cranes! I'm so excited to be part of this tour that I made TWO posts for it! This is the first half of my stop, which includes a short review. The second half is a letter to Shiori and includes a version of Channari's song! Many… Continue reading [Blog Tour] Review: Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim

[Blog Tour] Review: Blood Like Magic by Liselle Sambury

Hello everyone! Welcome to half of my tour stop for Blood Like Magic! The other half is a letter to the main character Voya, which you can read by clicking here. Sorry for posting it a bit late as life suddenly got in the way. Thank you again to the wonderful TBR and Beyond Tours… Continue reading [Blog Tour] Review: Blood Like Magic by Liselle Sambury

A guide to finding audiobooks on Spotify

For beginners to audiobooks and for people who are uncertain if a separate subscription is worth the cost, I highly suggest reading on Spotify! Since this platform is available in many countries and is highly accessible, it's incredibly empowering to know that audiobooks are not as exclusive as I originally thought. Subscriptions are quite affordable… Continue reading A guide to finding audiobooks on Spotify

Mood Reader Bingo 2021 Possibility Pile

Hello, I'm joining the Mood Reader Bingo 2021 hosted by @ynathemoodreader! It seems contradictory for a mood reader like me to write a TBR post for a mood reading challenge, but this is no ordinary TBR. Yna @ ynathemoodreader has introduced me to a new term that I might adopt forever for all my personal… Continue reading Mood Reader Bingo 2021 Possibility Pile

[Blog Tour] Review: Fire with Fire by Destiny Soria

Welcome to my tour stop for Fire With Fire! It has recently been released this week, and I hope that you can also get a chance to read it! Many thanks to TBR and Beyond Tours for including me in this lineup and giving me the opportunity to talk about this wonderful book! Check out… Continue reading [Blog Tour] Review: Fire with Fire by Destiny Soria

Asian Readathon 2021 Wrap-up

This is my first year to join the Asian Readathon hosted by Cindy, and I am happy to report that I've finished the books I picked in my TBR. I've also had some wiggle room to read more Asian-authored books, so this post is unexpectedly twice as long as I planned! Here are mini reviews… Continue reading Asian Readathon 2021 Wrap-up

Review: The Serpent’s Secret by Sayantani DasGupta

The Serpent's Secret is a super funny intergalactic romp through a universe based on Indian mythology. Kiranmala and her new friends battle demons and solve riddles while confronting difficult questions about their heritage, family, and sense of belongingness.

PhilMyth Readathon 2021 Wrap-up

This is the first readathon I have ever joined, and wow, what a jam-packed two weeks! I picked books that I've always wanted to read and crammed them all into two weeks. My heart is so tired and full and happy after reading too many intense books in a row, and I've had such an… Continue reading PhilMyth Readathon 2021 Wrap-up

[Blog Tour] Review + Giveaway: The Dragon of Jin-Sayeng by K.S. Villoso (Chronicles of the Bitch Queen #3)

The last book of my new all-time favorite series is finally out! Talyien’s journey has finally come to an end, and wow, what a ride it has been. Infinite love and thanks goes to Caffeine Book Tours for including me in this lineup. It is a dream come true!

An Open Letter to the Jinseins of Ziri-nar-Orxiaro (Chronicles of the Bitch Queen by K.S. Villoso)

on being kindred spirits with a diaspora in another world: Jinseins are the citizens of Jin-sayeng. Many of them have moved to the nearby Empire of Ziri-nar-Orxiaro, forming pockets of immigrant communities and serving as an important source of labor.

Review: Fireheart Tiger by Aliette de Bodard

where even the oldest stone can burn Lately, I've been reading so many good books! This is my third 5-star read during the two-week PhilMyth Readathon, and I'm so excited to tell you all about this beautiful and epic novella. I still can't stop thinking about it well after closing the book, and I hope… Continue reading Review: Fireheart Tiger by Aliette de Bodard