Hey guys! February was a shorter month, even though it was a day longer than usual. This basically means that I read one book less than I originally would. Okay, I'm totally lying. I'm barely finding the time to read, y'all! I'm using the one missing day as an excuse. While February was more hectic… Continue reading February Reading Challenges update + March Goals
I'm very into dystopia. While there are few books that I've really liked, I'm always looking for books in the genre that sound interesting. Axiom was one of those. When the author reached out to me for a review in return for an advanced reader's copy, I immediately agreed. And I looked forward to reading it as well.
Books that leave you with book hangovers are the best books. They affect you so much that you CANNOT MOVE ON. And to be honest, I've not read many such books. I'm someone who likes to read quick and move on quick. I usually move on to other books soon. Hence, the books that give… Continue reading The Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover
There's been a lot of talk about this book since before it's release. Bloggers who were lucky enough to get an ARC of this praised it a lot. The word got out pretty well, and tons of people got to reading it. Everything I heard about this book was good. It was only positive. And that's the reason why I expected it to be really good. I did not expect for it have elements that I really dislike.
Hey y'all! It's been so long since I've posted a life update! I think it's been about three weeks since my last Sunday post but I didn't even realize it. The days are going by very fast because all my days are FILLED. To be honest, I don't know what exactly to update on but… Continue reading The Sunday Post // all the updates!
I'm a HUGE fan of Jeffrey Archer's books. Back when I frequented the library near me, I took the opportunity to gorge on every Archer novel that they had. (Except short stories, because I don't like short stories haha) And I loved every single one of them. My favourite Archer book is Kane and Abel, which was brilliant.
When I got the chance to be a host for the blog tour for this book, I JUMPED on the chance. An Asian-based YA fantasy? I'm sold. I also have Julie C Dao's Forest of a Thousand Lanterns in my TBR, actually. (Don't ask me why I haven't gotten to it yet lol) I was super excited to read and review an ARC by this popular author.
I was introduced to this book by Olivia @ Stories For Coffee on Instagram. She highly recommended this, saying that every romance lover should read it. I immediately checked it out, and I got hooked in by the synopsis. A book where the traditional male and female roles are reversed, features people of colour, and has cute kids? Count me in!
Hey everyone! I hope y'all have been having a great week so far. I'm having a really chill week because I had Monday and Tuesday off for a festival. I also have tests from Saturday (which I have NOT prepared for), so I'm all ready for the week to turn stressful haha. Anyway, let's get to the book talk and updates!