Weekends are when I do most of my reading. I usually do read during the week as well. But in the last week, I found myself scrolling on my phone and texting more than reading. Sometimes I just watched Netflix. But when the weekend came around, I was pumped to read and read a lot.… Continue reading WWW Wednesday // 29th July 2020
I have no idea how I came across this book. Probably on Instagram or in a recommendations blog post by someone, but I'm sure I put it in my TBR because it has Indian main characters.
After it being in my TBR for a long time, I finally picked it up because I was in the mood for some romance and desi romance sounded really good. It was a great decision to pick this up.
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.
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 ❤
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
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!
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
This book was #1 in my Goodreads TBR which means I added it back in 2013. I was actually in 9th grade then so I was very close to the target audience.
I'm so sad that it took me this long to actually read this book. If I had read it back then, I would have loved it so much more.
It's been a slow week of reading.
Remember how I was reading 3-4 books a week for the last couple months? Well, it slowed down a little this week. Instead, the number went to another section.
I've looked forward to this book ever since I heard about it. The Poet X was SO GOOD and cemented the author as one of the really good ones for me. And I expected quite a bit from it because it has gotten a lot of praise among my reader friends.
Okay so I wasn't actually going to update my reading this week. Mostly because I posted just yesterday and also my eyes are STRAINED this week. Like, my eyes are kinda red as I type this right now.
My initial plan was to update y'all on my progress with the reading challenges every month. And I kept it up for two months before forgetting about it...
I have had a GOOD reading week y'all, and I can't wait to talk about it. It's a good thing y'all get my opinions through these posts because I can not review all the books I read in detail. I read more than I can review haha.
I have to say, these WWW Wednesday posts are really nice to write. They allow me to write small reviews for every book that I read (even ones that I don't write full reviews for).
This book has been on my TBR since it released. I used to read Abbie's blog very often and I was very excited to read this book since she kept posting and talking about it. Back then she just had a blog and not a YouTube channel.