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 Colored Pages Bookish Tours. Please read my non-spoiler review here. Ning is one of the competitors for the position of court shennong-shi… Continue reading An Open Letter to Ning (A Magic Steeped in Poison by Judy I. Lin)
This has been one of my most anticipated reads this year, and it rightfully deserves its instant #1 place on the New York Times Bestselling List! Thank you so much to Colored Pages Bookish Tours for the opportunity to talk about this book, and I'm so happy that my return to blog tours starts with… Continue reading [Blog Tour] Review: A Magic Steeped in Poison by Judy I. Lin
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 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)
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
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
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 for Blood Like Magic organized by TBR And Beyond Book Tours. Please see publication information and read my non-spoiler review here. Voya Thomas is… Continue reading An Open Letter to Voya (Blood Like Magic by Liselle Sambury)
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
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
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.
There is no greater feeling than to read a book at exactly the right time you needed it, and encountering Want in this season of raging protests against greedy corporations makes it much more relevant than ever.
Hello everyone! Welcome to my tour spot for The Immortal! This is my first time to work with the wonderful TBR and Beyond Tours, and don't forget to follow the rest of the tour using this schedule. Publication Information Publication Date: 25 May 2021Publisher: Swoon Reads || Feiwel and FriendsAge Category: Young AdultGenre: Fantasy (Legends,… Continue reading [Blog Tour] Review: The Immortal Game by Talia Rothschild and AC Harvey
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
This is a memorable book for me because it is the first time I got approved for an ARC request on Netgalley! Read on to know more of my thoughts on this book.
As someone who was raised on a steady diet of Barbie and Disney movies, I am a sucker for all kinds of princess stories, especially those featuring princesses who are not from the usual European mold. Sisters of the Snake is a Desi twist on the usual Princess and the Pauper tale full of deadly… Continue reading ARC Review + Pre-order Swag: Sisters of the Snake by Sarena and Sasha Nanua
Hello everyone! Thank you for visiting my blog for the #MUTEDTour! This is my first time to work with the wonderful Colored Pages Bookish Tours, and don't forget to follow the rest of the tour using this schedule. Publication Information Publisher: Scholastic PressPublication Date: 2 February 2021 Age Category: Young AdultGenre: Contemporary, PoetryCover CreditsArt: Adekunle… Continue reading [Blog Tour] Review: Muted by Tami Charles
Hello everyone! Welcome to my stop for #DustbornBlogTour ! It's my first tour with The Book Terminal, and I'm grateful for the opportunity. Don't forget to check out other tour stops and support them as well. Today is a spotlight on an upcoming YA release that fans of the late 2000s post-apocalyptic books and movies… Continue reading [Blog Tour] Spotlight: Dustborn by Erin Bowman
This short and sweet graphic novel got me out of my reading slump, and I highly recommend it for days when you're down in the dumps and faced with a garden that refuses to grow.
Hello everyone! I'm so excited to review one of the most hyped YA releases this year! One of the biggest news that rocked my world as a baby blogger is that advanced review copies (ARCs) were available to "Read Now" on Netgalley for 48 hours, and after all the crying my bookish friends did on… Continue reading ARC Review: You’ve Reached Sam by Dustin Thao