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
I haven't picked up a contemporary book in a while, and I'm glad that I picked The Mismatch this time. Many thanks to Qamar Book Tours for the opportunity to participate in this tour! Check out the schedule by clicking on this link.
Happy book birthday to the final installment of the Muse Squad duology! I enjoyed reading the first book, and its sequel kept the great things high until the end.
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
Iron Widow is a mecha anime in written form and follows a reimagined Wu Zetian--first and only woman emperor of China--as she takes down the patriarchy with the help of her two boyfriends.
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
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!
For the first time, I will be joining the Asian Readathon hosted by Cindy, and I can't wait to start! Here are my picks for each prompt.
In this last installment, I talk about my "old" fiction books and how curating my library is an exercise in defining my identity.