First Comes Like was one of my highlight anticipated reads for 2021 because I REALLY liked the previous two books. The Right Swipe was one of my best books of 2020. When I saw the blog tour opportunity (thank you Lonely Pages Book Tours) for First Comes Like, I jumped on it even though I… Continue reading First Comes Like || book review + blog tour
Cielo is a 20-year-old book blogger and aspiring writer from Latin America. Her blog includes everything from book reviews, blogging tips and bookish discussions (always with a spice of Latinx content!). When she isn't reading or trying to recover from her everlasting writer's block, she can be found binge-watching Friends or listening to Taylor Swift or Justin Bieber on loop.
Paola is a Mexican morenita who loves books and musical theater. She is the creator of the Accidentally In Love Book Club, dedicated to reading books by romance authors of color. She is also the organizer of Latinx Heritage Month Book Fest, a month-long online event dedicated to celebrating Latinx literature and voices in the book community.
Ursa Reads is owned and managed by a bookish girl currently studying cultural mediation and especially literary mediation. In her free time, usually with a cup of coffee in her paws, she likes to create all sorts of things — bullet journal pages, polymer clay charms, and even fictional worlds. But what she likes the most is to escape in some books and share her thoughts with her friends and followers.
Travis Tippens runs The Fantasy Inn podcast and has interviewed authors, editors, and various other professionals in the speculative fiction industry. He’s also a moderator of the /r/Fantasy subreddit on Reddit.com, an online community of more than a million fantasy fans and writers. When not reading far more than is probably healthy, he attempts to write fantasy books of his own.
Early 2020 Sumedha was like go big or go home. I had never participated in an annual reading challenge before. I hadn't even participated in monthly reading challenges. Readathons lasting a couple weeks with prompts were tried but didn't work for me because I find it hard to stick to prompts with my mood reading.… Continue reading 2020 Popsugar Reading Challenge Wrap Up || with 50 books!
I like looking at the positives in any situation. When I was a kid and didn't have much to be happy about, this became a coping mechanism. Even if situations were not good and I wasn't happy, I'd take lessons (if any) at face value, wouldn't dwell on the sad bits, and move on by… Continue reading Positive 2020 Reflections || Wrapping Up The Year
One of my favourite ways to talk about books is through tags. Not only because I get to talk about books more (which is nice). Book tags with prompts force me to find a book fitting the prompts, which gets me to talk about books which I otherwise might not share. Today's tag is based… Continue reading Bookish Rave & Rant Tag (Original) || BEWinter20
Having playlists for seasons and specific moods makes me really happy. It's like having the perfect soundtrack for my days. Although we don't have autumn in India, I found a really good autumn playlist (through Clo) which went well with the monsoon season as well. And now, it's time to make a playlist for winter.… Continue reading Winter Playlist || BEWinter 20