July 2019 Recap [part one, reading] yes I’m not meeting my goals for YARC19, what about it

Another month went by, and it was another month of me failing at this yearly reading challenge. By this reading challenge, I am talking about the Year of the Asian reading challenge. Which I'm failing. Also, my bluetooth mouse keeps on failing and disconnecting really randomly, so that is really just spicing up my blogging … Continue reading July 2019 Recap [part one, reading] yes I’m not meeting my goals for YARC19, what about it

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My Anticipated Releases of the Second Half of 2019 (who would I be if this wasn’t late by a month)

Honestly, I was considering just putting all of my anticipated releases into the Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag. But then I remembered that I had a post for my anticipated releases of the first half of the year, and I like to be really consistent (obviously evidenced by my posting practices). Also, more content for the blog, … Continue reading My Anticipated Releases of the Second Half of 2019 (who would I be if this wasn’t late by a month)

May/June 2019 Recap [part one, reading] || Hey… I Did Not Read That Much (+ also a major formatting change!!)

[whips sunglasses off] Have y'all been wondering where I've been??? If you follow me on Twitter, probably not because I'm on there so often it's unhealthy. Otherwise, I'm sorry aaaaah!!!! Also, I made a promise to myself that once my final exams ended, I would start up blogging again !!! And they've ended for like two weeks … Continue reading May/June 2019 Recap [part one, reading] || Hey… I Did Not Read That Much (+ also a major formatting change!!)

The Pros & Cons of Reading Challenges/Readathons (ft. upcoming diverse challenges you can join)

In case you were wondering, I am terrible at readathons. Or reading challenges. Or any sort of reading where I need to read by a specific date. Also, tbrs. I can think of one (1) incident where having a set monthly tbr actually worked really well. Anyways, this is all just to say: I often … Continue reading The Pros & Cons of Reading Challenges/Readathons (ft. upcoming diverse challenges you can join)

My TBR for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!!

I was supposed to post this the first day of May, but there was a small problem and that problem was that I hadn't written the post yet because I suck. Anyways, hello hello everyone, I'm back from not posting for like, a week (or two? time is a manmade concept) and here's going to be … Continue reading My TBR for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!!

10 Books That I Put Down That I Want to Pick Back Up Again (Well, Eventually) ft. my dumb stories

I make a habit of dnf'ing books randomly, when I'm literally in the middle of them. I just put them down... and don't pick them up, ever again? But there's a few, select, lucky few books that I know I will eventually pick back up again!! And hopefully I will enjoy the second time that … Continue reading 10 Books That I Put Down That I Want to Pick Back Up Again (Well, Eventually) ft. my dumb stories

Book Covers With People of Color on Them That Just Butter My Eggroll (part ii)

It's time for the second half of the rainbow, my friends. This is part two to my previous post about my favorite covers w/ models of color and also the second half of the cover-rainbow scheme!! ❤ (By the way! I was saving my rainbow Instagram picture to be the featured image of post I loved, and … Continue reading Book Covers With People of Color on Them That Just Butter My Eggroll (part ii)

Spoofing Titles of My Favorite Books (and making fake synopsis’)

Disclaimer: this is one of my favorite posts that I've ever written and it's also literally one of the silliest things I've done. What even. So, basically, I'm going to be listing my favorite books and then giving some spoofs of their book titles. After, I'll be giving a fake synopsis based off of the … Continue reading Spoofing Titles of My Favorite Books (and making fake synopsis’)

Book Covers With People of Color on Them That Just Butter My Eggroll (part i)

If a book has a poc model on the cover, it immediately has all my support!!! But this is going to be a ~visual~ post that's going to focus on these book covers that I personally find really, really visually appealing. (One time I was talking with another irl bookworm about books and I mentioned … Continue reading Book Covers With People of Color on Them That Just Butter My Eggroll (part i)