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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.
Happy book birthday to Shakira Bourne and this wonderful book!
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
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 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.
Are you in the mood for a quest that has family, friendship, and magic at its core? I recently enjoyed Rea and the Blood of the Nectar, which weaves all three elements into a fantastic adventure with ownvoices Indian representation and setting! After reading Gauri's glowing review of it and finding out that it's on… Continue reading ARC Review: Rea and the Blood of the Nectar by Payal Doshi