Reading Plans

July – September 2018 [New Releases + TBR]

Hey guys! I'm back with another [New Releases+TBR] post, this one for the months of July, August and September 2018. I do these posts every three months - I basically list the new releases of those months that I'm looking forward to, and also list a number of backlist books that I'm interested in reading in… Continue reading July – September 2018 [New Releases + TBR]

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Book Buying

Book Unhaul ~ 2018

Andddddd....here's an unhaul. So, I RARELY DO UNHAULS. I have probably done only one teeny tiny unhaul before, and at that time too, I got rid of 4 (4!!!) books. But this time around, I have over 20 books to get rid of. All of these books, I just no longer want on my shelves, and I'm running… Continue reading Book Unhaul ~ 2018

Book Reviews

Mini-Reviews: ACOFAS, The Handmaid’s Tale, Every Heart A Doorway and Girls Burn Brighter (Because I read a lot last week and want to talk about it ALL!)

HEY GUYS! Guess what happened this week? I read a ton. Now, I've been having some trouble reading this year, and I was hoping my summer break would solve that. And it did! I'm finally back on track, and I read almost like, 7 books last week (though a lot of it is also due to… Continue reading Mini-Reviews: ACOFAS, The Handmaid’s Tale, Every Heart A Doorway and Girls Burn Brighter (Because I read a lot last week and want to talk about it ALL!)

Wrap Ups

Reading Wrap Up #3 (2018) : Books 21-30

Hey guys! I'm here today with my thrid wrap up of the year - clearly, I'm not doing super well inreading a lot - but nevertheless, here's the last ten books that I read this year. This wrap up is going up a tad bit late, but better late than never! Looking at the last… Continue reading Reading Wrap Up #3 (2018) : Books 21-30

Book Reviews

Emergency Contact – Mary H.K. Choi (Book Review)

Title: Emergency Contact Author: Mary H.K. Choi Standalone Genre: YA Contemporary For Penny Lee high school was a total nonevent. Her friends were okay, her grades were fine, and while she somehow managed to land a boyfriend, he doesn’t actually know anything about her. When Penny heads to college in Austin, Texas, to learn how… Continue reading Emergency Contact – Mary H.K. Choi (Book Review)

Discussion · Lists

How To Run A Book Blog Even If You’re Not Reading Much

Today, I'm going to attempt doing a 'How To' post! I've hardly done any of these in the past, in fact I think this is my first, so I'm probably going to mess it up a bit but I still really want to write this post! The thought of this post came out of the… Continue reading How To Run A Book Blog Even If You’re Not Reading Much

Reading Plans

CRAMATHON Summer 2018 TBR

Hi guys! I hope you're all doing great and reading amazing books :) I'm sorry for not posting for a week; I was vacationing in Europe and though I had imagined that I would have time for blogging during the trip, I was mostly just tired and sleepy whenever I was not out. SO YEAH,… Continue reading CRAMATHON Summer 2018 TBR

Uncategorized

General Life Update

So it's been a while since I made a life update post, and I figured it was time for one now. I know it's a diversion from the normal bookish posts, but well book bloggers have a life beyond their books and their blog, and I quite enjoy life updates, they're personal and refreshing to… Continue reading General Life Update

Book Reviews

The Astonishing Color of After – Emily X.R. Pan (Book Review)

Hi guys! How are you all? Today I'm going to be reviewing one of my most surprising reads of the year so far - The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan. Firstly though, I'm super sorry I haven't posted anything this entire week - my second semester finals have been going on and I've just… Continue reading The Astonishing Color of After – Emily X.R. Pan (Book Review)

Book Reviews

Little Fires Everywhere – Celeste Ng (Book Review)

Title: Little Fires Everywhere Author: Celeste Ng Genre: Adult Contemporary Standalone In Shaker Heights, a placid, progressive suburb of Cleveland, everything is meticulously planned – from the layout of the winding roads, to the colours of the houses, to the successful lives its residents will go on to lead. And no one embodies this spirit… Continue reading Little Fires Everywhere – Celeste Ng (Book Review)