Reading is my way of expanding what I know about the world beyond my own limited experiences. There is nothing I love more than being transported into a new world and constantly adapting to ways of thinking that are very different from my own. This year, I've decided to confront my fear of nonfiction with… Continue reading Five things I learned from actively choosing to read nonfiction
My bookish resolution this year is to read more nonfiction! I created a chill reading challenge to help provide some sense of progress while going out of my literary comfort zone, and if you would still like to join me, you can check out this post. It has been a quite a journey since my… Continue reading Nonfiction Reading Bingo Check-in #1: A rough but productive start
Want to read more nonfiction this year? Join me in clearing my TBR and celebrating different reading milestones with rewards!
It is waaaay past August, but I hope that you've remembered to celebrate the Buwan ng Wika (Month of [the National] Language) or Buwan ng mga Akdang Pinoy (Month of Filipino Literature) with us! It had been an exciting month here in our local bookish community, and encouraging each other to read more works by… Continue reading Recommendations: Books by Filipino Authors based on Wikathon Prompts
Hello, I'm back with a new spotlight, this time for a historical fiction graphic novel! Please support the rest of the blog tour by following this schedule and by checking out #SurvivedtheAttacksTour on Twitter and Instagram.
This book has been on “Read Now” a few months ago in Netgalley, and I am so glad that I made the decision to download and read this beautiful poetry collection.
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.
This reading log is part of a series called Classroom Without Walls, where I come up with discussion questions for books I read and try to answer them too. This is my first entry, and I would love to appreciate your thoughts on the format and the kinds of questions asked here. Whatever is a… Continue reading Whatever by Carmen Guerrero Nakpil: Discussion questions + answers and thoughts I have so far
In part 2, I talk about nonfiction texts I bought before the pandemic and share how I found each title.