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ARC Review: 10 Things I Hate About Pinky by Sandhya Menon

3 stars “She refused to be one of those girls who gave up on everything they’d been planning simply because a boy entered the picture.” Sandhya Menon, When Dimple Met Rishi Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Shuster for an e-arc in exchange for an honest review! Pinky is known for being reckless. Every…

Review: Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson

2 stars “She now understood that the world wasn’t kind to young women, especially when they behaved in ways men didn’t like, and spoke truths that men weren’t ready to hear.” Margaret Rogerson, Sorcery of Thorns Growing up in one of The Great Libraries, Elisabeth grew up around magical books with dreams of someday being…

Books I DNF’d in the past year

I’ve been feeling a reading slump coming on these past few days, so I decided to look back on the books that I DNF’d in 2019. I always hate DNF’ing books, but sometimes it is just absolutely necessary. There’s nothing wrong with any of these books, this just means that I was not feeling the…

April Reading Wrap Up

Due to quarantine, I had a great reading month in April! I read 18 books and am now 19 books ahead of my Goodreads reading goal! Also there is NO freaking way its already May. How did this happen? STats Books read: 18Physical books: 11Audiobooks: 7 5 stars: 2 books4.5 stars: 1 book4 stars: 5…

Books That I Don’t Remember

I recently saw a video similar to this on HardbackHoarder’s YouTube channel and decided to document the books I remember little to nothing about. These are books that I read and maybe even enjoyed, but they didn’t leave a lasting impression on me. I do have to admit that I have a poor memory, so…

Review: The Map of Salt and Stars by Zeyn Joukhadar

3 stars “Stories are powerful, but gather too many of the words of others in your heart and they will drown out your own. Remember that” -Zeyn Joukhadar It is 2011, and Nour’s father has just passed away from cancer. Her mother does not know how to recover with the loss of her husband, and…

High School Musical Book Tag

Okay, so we’re all in agreement that High School Musical made our childhoods, right? I definitely went to Halloween dressed as Gabriella (two years in a row), had a HSM themed birthday party, the singing Troy and Gabriella dolls, and had all the songs memorized. So when I saw Eli at AceReader do this, I…

My TBR for May- Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Hello, I’m glad you’re here! Recently I posted reading recommendations for good books to read during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (which you can find by clicking here). Today I wanted to post my TBR for the month of May and tell you all what I will be reading for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!…

Review: Becoming by Michelle Obama

5 stars “If you don’t get out there and define yourself, you’ll be quickly and inaccurately defined by others.” Michelle Obama, Becoming Let me just start off by saying I understand the hype. I never planned on reading this. I have often steered clear of non-fiction because I like to use reading to escape discover…

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