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Asian Readathon TBR

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the culture, achievements, and impact of Asian people, globally. Although AAPI month originated in the US, Asian and Pacific Islander people have made incredible contributions to society across the world and deserve to be recognised. So for inclusivity, I’ll be using the… Continue reading Asian Readathon TBR

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Books to check out for Trans Day of Visibility

March 31st is International Transgender Day of Visibility, a day to celebrate trans and non-binary people and raise awareness about the discrimination they still face. There are some brilliant books by trans authors that deserve more love and attention, so today I’m sharing eight books you should check out, and seven books that are on… Continue reading Books to check out for Trans Day of Visibility

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Book review: Gallant by V. E. Schwab

Today is the UK release day for Victoria Schwab’s latest YA novel, Gallant, and I’m excited to be sharing my review of this haunting, lyrical novel. Synopsis Olivia Prior has grown up in Merilance School for girls, and all she has of her past is her mother’s journal—which seems to unravel into madness. Then, a… Continue reading Book review: Gallant by V. E. Schwab

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28 Most Anticipated Releases of 2022: January – June

Anticipated releases posts are always some of my favourites to write. I love researching the books that are coming out soon and getting myself even more excited about them (this is a one-woman hype train, all aboard please). So, despite this post being a month late, let’s crack out the megaphone and shout about some… Continue reading 28 Most Anticipated Releases of 2022: January – June

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2022 Reading and Blogging Goals

At the start of each new year, I like to set myself reading and blogging goals, so that I have something to aim towards throughout the months. Doing this motivates me to read often and diversely, and keeps me focused on the things I want to achieve. I try to look back at what I… Continue reading 2022 Reading and Blogging Goals

ARC reviews · Blog Tours · Book Reviews · books

Blog tour: The Christie Affair by Nina de Gramont

Today I’m excited to be on the blog tour for The Christie Affair by Nina de Gramont and I’ll be sharing my review of the novel. Synopsis The greatest mystery wasn’t Agatha Christie’s disappearance in those eleven infamous days, it’s what she discovered. London, 1925: In a world of townhomes and tennis matches, socialites and… Continue reading Blog tour: The Christie Affair by Nina de Gramont

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Wrapping up 2021 // Reading over 100 books, getting back into old hobbies, and finally seeing friends

Ah 2021. Year two of the panini. A year of excitement and disappointment, little wins and big losses. In some respects, 2021 was like a dropped ice cream cone that’s slowly beginning to decompose in the midday sun. There’s a pool of ice cream everywhere and when someone steps on it, turning it into a… Continue reading Wrapping up 2021 // Reading over 100 books, getting back into old hobbies, and finally seeing friends

Book articles · Book Features

Goodreadance 2021 // How I’ve tidied up my Goodreads shelves and unhauled books

Folks, it’s that time of year again. No, not that time of year. (I mean, it almost is, but that’s not what I was thinking of.) It’s #Goodreadance2021 season. Goodreadance, or the Goodreads Spring Cleaning Challenge, is an autumnal project hosted by Shealea, with the aim of spring cleaning your Goodreads account and general TBR… Continue reading Goodreadance 2021 // How I’ve tidied up my Goodreads shelves and unhauled books

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Books I need to read before the end of 2021

So far in 2021, I’ve read 111 books, but there are still a lot that I’d like to read before the end of the year. Especially books I’ve been meaning to read since the summer. But I’m trying to be realistic. We’re almost into December and I know that I’m not going to be able… Continue reading Books I need to read before the end of 2021