WWW Wednesday // 24th June

www wednesday @ the wordy habitat, all the bookish updates, currently reading, mini book reviews, books to read next.

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

June Reading Challenges Update

reading challenges updates and goals @ the wordy habitat book blog

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

WWW Wednesday // 10th June 2020

www wednesday @ the wordy habitat, all the bookish updates, currently reading, mini book reviews, books to read next.

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

The Henna Wars || wholesome sapphic story

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.

The Joy Luck Club || explores mother-daughter relationships

The first time I ever heard of/saw this book was when I was going through book lists for a 2020 Popsugar Reading Challenge prompt. The prompt was to read a book set in a country starting with "C" and this book fit because it's set in China during some parts. It was only after I read the book that I found it being mentioned everywhere. It is quite popular! Unknowingly, I had read a book which is revered as a classic.

Circe || WOW!

This book has always been in my mind as a "future maybe read". It wasn't on my TBR explicitly until my book club gifted me this book for my birthday last year. Coincidentally, my book club also picked this book as our Book of the Month for April. Hence all of us who haven't read it yet got to read it together. This motivated me to finally read Circe.