Welcome back to volume I-don’t-even-know-what-number of me oversharing, again!
The lovely Caitlin @ Caitlin Althea tagged me back in September to do this post (I’m so sorry I haven’t replied to it, I’ll do it asap ❤ ), and since I suck and school is making me very tired and having less time to blog, I haven’t gotten around to it until now. Also, her questions were so interesting and fun that I simply couldn’t pass on doing it. Thank you for tagging me, Caitlin!
I’m going to you know, end this introduction now because this post is way too long (it’s now 2.4 thousand words geez), so we can actually get to the good part of this post!
Continue reading “I Ramble On About Books, Blogging and Life (ft. my takes on “generic” blogging content and getting into deep stuff) aka the Liebster Award”
I am back (albeit very late) with all my November reading plans, and it is VERY weird.
Even for me.
Which is saying a lot.
I don’t want to say too much and will shut up now because this post is already 2.2k+ words long and I just need to stop talking, okay.
Continue reading “November Reading Plans – A Short October TBR Wrap Up + An Extensive, Weird November TBR ft. lots of self-deprecating humor (But Hey, What’s New)”
I cannot believe that it is less than 2 months until 2020 starts.
Like, what?? I actually can’t.
So October (basically what I like to call ~spooky szn~) is gone (I guess), and it was a very, very weird month and I genuinely don’t know how to feel about it.
Continue reading “October ’19 Wrap Up // The One That I Read Too Many Short Stories, Had A Mixed, Tiring Month and Celebrated My Birthday!”
“This is a language I understand. A language of pain and horror I, too, have learned. That too many girls have had to learn.”
- Girls of Paper and Fire ★★★★★
Releases 5th November, 2019 (today!)
Thank you to Julie from HBG and the publisher for letting me read an early advanced reader’s copy of this book! Forever grateful ❤
In November of 2018, I hit a milestone in my reading life – I found a book with a clear Malaysian Chinese influence, which as a Malaysian Chinese kid, I never found but was internally.
And I fell in love with it. From the court intrigue to the discussion of sexual assault and to its presentation of beautiful, fierce Asian girls, there was so much to love in it. After I had devoured it in one sitting on a school night (it was worth it), I eagerly searched up the next book and was MASSIVELY anticipating the publication of this book.
Continue reading “Girls of Storm and Shadow by Natasha Ngan // A stunning, solid, proudly Asian sequel that suffers from second book syndrome”
It is I, back with (more) books I’ve read recently!
In the second half of October, I read 7 books, which was pretty cool, and since it was the time right before Halloween, I ~tried~ to read more spooky stuff/SFF, but yeah.
I’m going to shut up now since this post is 2.1k+ words, so here are the mini reviews for the books I read recently!
Continue reading “A Strange Combination of Books // Recent Reads #8”