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What to Read During APIAHM

Hello! I hope you're doing well during this tough time. It's Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month. You probably already have been given book recommendations, but I like to offer mine and my TBR list (some are old but still significant). It was hard to find titles about Pacific Islander Americans and authors of… Continue reading What to Read During APIAHM

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Wicked Indeed: A Review on Wicked as You Wish

Hello! It's been a long while, I know. It's been a tough couple of months, but I'm back with my thoughts on Wicked as You Wish by Rin Chupeco. What is it about? When a hidden prince, a girl with secrets, a ragtag group of unlikely heroes, and a legendary firebird come together…something wicked is going… Continue reading Wicked Indeed: A Review on Wicked as You Wish

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February Wrap Up

Hello! How was your February? I've managed to read some books other than my fantasy WIP 😅 Anyway, two of them became my favourites. Here are my mini reviews about them. Yes, No, Maybe So (Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed) This book balances romance and politics well, perfectly incorporating identity, social media and racism into… Continue reading February Wrap Up

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Pondathon 2020

Hello! I'm joining the readathon Pondathon (hosted by the awesome The Quiet Pond) this year where you can read and collect points. I'm going to make up for failing the Year of the Asian 2019 reading challenge 😂. There are several teams that cater to your reading needs and ways. I've chosen Team Xiaolong because… Continue reading Pondathon 2020

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2020 Books I’m Looking Forward To (And So Should You)

Hello! Welcome to 2020! I hope you're having a good start to the year. I'm looking forward to a whole new year of books, and here the ones I'm hyped about: January Woven in Moonlight (Isabel Ibañez) Release date: 7 January Inspired by Bolivian politics and history, this book follows Ximena who's bent on revenge… Continue reading 2020 Books I’m Looking Forward To (And So Should You)