Hey everyone! We're halfway through July already, and a lot has happened with me in the past couple weeks which makes me like time is going faster. But through it all, I still manage to read somehow? Don't ask me how haha.
This book came to my attention sometime last month when people where sharing books by Black authors a lot in order to elevate them, and I am so glad!
Hey everyone! It felt like I posted reading updates just two days back but it's been a whole week. Where is the time going? Also, I have the same attitude when it comes to reading nowadays. I barely notice time and just.. don't seem to read books as much? My pace is slowing down because … Continue reading WWW Wednesday // 8th July 2020
Title: Running With LionsAuthor: Julian WintersGenre: Contemporary, LGBTQ+Category: Young AdultSeries info: Standalone Goodreads | Storygraph I am here with a SUPER CUTE book recommendation today. Running with Lions came to my attention through @ZanyAnomaly on Instagram where he passionately recommended this on his stories. And since it was Pride month and I was determined to … Continue reading Running With Lions // ADORABLE AF ❤
Hey everyone! It's the start of a new month and we're officially into the second half of 2020. Let's hope that we don't have any new surprises or disasters popping up. Hope y'all have a great July! Okay onto book updates. The Three Ws are: What are you currently reading?What did you recently finish reading?What … Continue reading WWW Wednesday // 1st July 2020
I'm not someone who picks up non-fiction often even though I want to. That changed with this book. While this book was on my TBR for a long time, I didn't pick it up until recently when it was highly recommended by multiple people online because of current scenarios. I'll be honest, I only know things about what's happening in US and UK because of what trends and from books.
We're halfway through the year, and that means it's time for the Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag! I don't need another reason to freak out and talk about books, but it's always welcome haha. This tag is a good way to take account of the books we've read so far and share some highlights. … Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freak-Out Tag 2020
Hey everyone! I didn't post an update last week because I wanted to post my Kdrama review then and didn't have the energy to write another post. So that means I have a LOT to update on. Let's get to all the book updates. WWW Wednesday is a weekly blogging meme hosted by Taking On a … Continue reading WWW Wednesday // 24th June
This book has been recommended a LOT on Twitter and Instagram, especially since it has both a Black and Transgender main character. And we're in Pride month, so that's an extra incentive to read it right now!
We're almost halfway through the year! Considering that this is the first year that I'm properly attempting reading challenges, I'm doing pretty good. I'm actually really happy with my progress. Let's review! Goodreads Reading Challenge I started the year with a goal to read 150 books, same as 2019's goal. But with a busy life … Continue reading June Reading Challenges Update
I'm back with the reading updates! Since lockdown began and I've been reading more, these weekly reading updates are really useful. They give me a chance to talk about multiple books that may not review and they also let y'all hear about many books within one post with short and concise opinions. I didn't do … Continue reading WWW Wednesday // 10th June 2020
Happy Pride month y'all!! It's fitting that this is my first review of the month. This book came to my attention purely through Twitter. I saw the word henna, then I noticed the entire cover, and it was in my TBR. The reason I picked it up so quickly was because it was the May new release pick for the South Asian Reading Challenge.
Book tags are fun and light and I could use some of that right now. As someone from India, I can't really say anything of substance about what is happening in the US right now. All I can do is support and raise voices of those who need to be heard online, which is what … Continue reading The Stay at Home Book Tag
“Don’t judge a book by its cover.” It’s advice everyone’s heard at some point. Covers, people seem to think, represent only the surface level appearance of a book, which is why it’s bad to judge books for their appearance instead of their substance. And while it’s true that the content of a book is the … Continue reading How to Judge a Book by its Cover // Analyzing Cover Trends in Different Genres
It's the end of May, y'all! Time is flying by, especially now that I'm kind of used to staying at home and am adjusted to this routine. It's been almost three months of staying at home.