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
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
November is over! It's hard to believe that we're already at the last month of the year. Even though the days felt slow, the weeks are going by so fast. I think I'm especially feeling it because I work every day and have this blog to run, and hence a lot of my time is… Continue reading November Highlights || great books + blog maintenance
My reading streak has been really great recently. I don't know if it is because I'm finally getting to my "high expectations" TBR, or if it is because I just stopped making myself sit through I don't like. It's probably both, to be honest. I'm super excited to talk to y'all about them, so let's… Continue reading Sum It Up || quickly reviewing some great books
Reading is a hobby but I am on a warpath to make it more challenging than it has to be. 2019 Sumedha was avoiding reading challenges and readathons because she was a mood reader and could never read books for the prompts. 2020 Sumedha decided to make readathons bend to her books instead. Did it… Continue reading I Juggled 7 Readathons (and barely passed) // November Reading Challenges Update
October was a month of changes and new beginnings. This was the first full month I had after officially graduating and navigating my newfound free time was.. interesting. Looking back, it feels like I haven't done much but I also know that I've done a little bit of many things. In Real Life I started… Continue reading October Highlights || blog purge + I’m on YouTube!
Happy weekend everyone! I started 2020 with the idea of participating in many challenges actively. This is the first year that I'm truly attempting annual reading challenges so it is tough. The A to Z Reading Challenge is not one that I go after actively because it's honestly quite easy to fulfill. The challenge is… Continue reading A to Z Reading Challenge Wrap Up!
Hello! My name is Raji, and I’m a 24 year old reader based in Toronto, Canada. I started blogging in late 2018 so that I could have a place to share my bookish thoughts with the world. I have been reading for as long as I can remember, and no day is complete without at least a few chapters from my current book (though preferably the entire book instead). I also love travelling, and hope to complete my ever-growing bucket list someday (most of which are places I learn about through my books).
Vlogs are a huge thing on YouTube and while they meant to imitate blogs, we somehow stopped journalling on blogs. And I want it back. I've been wanting to do this kind of post but eventually I end up making them as life updates instead of journal logs. After seeing Alison's reading blog recently, I decided I'm going to finally do it too. But I don't want to do only reading so you're coming along with me with whatever activity I do.
September was a MONTH, y'all. I was constantly working for something or was occupied completely. As I look back, the month feels very long and yet I can't remember individual days for the life of me. The month didn't go how I expected it to because of one key life change which turned the entire… Continue reading September Highlights // Blogletters & 50k views in 2020!
More often than not, readers I meet in person look down on my reading choices. I started reading books when I was in 6th grade and still did not have friends to hang out with. My darling mum was a reader when she was young and knew what solace books have to offer. Hence, when… Continue reading Is Non-Fiction The “Superior” Genre? || Discussion
My goodness, this month was A LOT. I've been drafting this post in my head for the last week or so because I have SO MUCH TO SHARE. I'm not sure if it's because of my exams, a new project I took on, or that I've been more active on twitter; but it has added… Continue reading August Highlights // 100k views! + great blogs