My Anticipated Releases of The First Half of 2019 (leave me alone I know this is late)

Ah yes, I love posting my most anticipated reads for this year when we're two and a half months in. I am so... proud of myself... Anyways, I know literally so many other people have posted the same exact post, but I decided that clearly for some reason, I need to do this post too & … Continue reading My Anticipated Releases of The First Half of 2019 (leave me alone I know this is late)

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Chinese New Year Book Tag // featuring way too many books I’m so sorry

I had a completely different post scheduled for this date, but then I saw that there was a Chinese New Year tag, and clearly I had to change my plans completely. (Also, I know I said I would be back on Wednesday and this is technically four days late but I was busy and I'm … Continue reading Chinese New Year Book Tag // featuring way too many books I’m so sorry

January 2019 Recap

Honestly, I'm kind of shocked that I blogged consistently for a month. LIKE. WHAT. HOW DID I DO THAT. And how did time pass so fast??? It's unreal. I'm kind of convinced that this is all a dream and I'll wake up, look at my blog, and discover that I have written zero posts. I was … Continue reading January 2019 Recap

Echo North by Joanna Ruth Meyer [review] *screaming intensifies*

Echo North?? DO YOU MEAN, ECHO "MORE" because I want more of this book? Subscribe if you want more high-quality puns. I put time and effort into them. For example, I spent at least 3 seconds thinking about that Echo More pun. Also, this book is seriously underrated and I've seen very little hype for this book?? Even … Continue reading Echo North by Joanna Ruth Meyer [review] *screaming intensifies*

My 2018 Reading Statistics // hi guys, I read 37 books in a year

I literally slumped for around 80% of the year. My goal at first was to read 100 (????) books, but then I lowered it down to fifty. Of course... as it turned out.... I didn't actually meet my lowered goal either. Clearly, I know what I'm doing. I'm a 10/10 book reader. I'm amazing at … Continue reading My 2018 Reading Statistics // hi guys, I read 37 books in a year

Guess Who’s Participating in #YARC2019? (obviously, me) ft. my tbr & also my friend picks some books too

I mean, duh. Everyone knows that I love to promote and read Asian novels. Or if you don't, I love to promote and read Asian novels. Now you know. When CW, Shealea, Vicky, and Lily announced that they would be hosting a reading challenge specifically focused on reading asian books I immediately cried and was … Continue reading Guess Who’s Participating in #YARC2019? (obviously, me) ft. my tbr & also my friend picks some books too

The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi [blog tour] literally the most gorgeous, lyrical writing to ever exist

  People: Shakespeare's writing is so good!!! Me: literally Roshani Chokshi exists but ok Seriously, um, who allowed Roshani Chokshi to write like this because somehow or some way she has clearly harnessed the power of the gods and gone beyond mortal boundaries. This is not okay. This should not be allowed. This will be a … Continue reading The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi [blog tour] literally the most gorgeous, lyrical writing to ever exist

The Highs and Lows of 2018 (in terms of books) ft. 2018 favs and disappointing readsssssse

Hi, welcome to my MasterClass on how to smush posts into one. This is a favorite books / least favorites of 2019 post. Which you all.... definitely want. And haven't seen enough of already. you guys @ me. i'm sorryMy least favorite books aren't really "I hate these!!!" but more so "yea so this was … Continue reading The Highs and Lows of 2018 (in terms of books) ft. 2018 favs and disappointing readsssssse

The Girl King by Mimi Yu [review] ft. HEAVY COLONIALISM (!!) IN EAST-ASIAN INSPIRED FANTASY (!!!)

*stares at the low ratings* *stares at my five-star rating* Well. This was one of my most anticipated reads of the year, and was included in my list of asian-inspired fantasy books. It's about sisters betraying sisters and magic and shapeshifting is involved. Sounds amazing and cool, right? Yeah, except a lot of trusted reviewers … Continue reading The Girl King by Mimi Yu [review] ft. HEAVY COLONIALISM (!!) IN EAST-ASIAN INSPIRED FANTASY (!!!)