Reading Blog

A Mini Book Haul

Hello everyone! I have actually been doing quite well with my book buying habits since school started, and have really been taking advantage of my local library! However, I still have acquired some great books and so I wanted to show them off before I have so many a haul would be a pain to…

Review: You Had Me at Hola by Alexis Daria

Publisher: Avon BooksPublication Year: 2020Page count: 384Format: PaperbackRating: 3.5 starsRep: Latinx MCs, Filipina MC, single parent, PTSD Blurb (From Goodreads): Leading Ladies do not end up on tabloid covers. After a messy public breakup, soap opera darling Jasmine Lin Rodriguez finds her face splashed across the tabloids. When she returns to her hometown of New…

Review: Black Girl Unlimited by Echo Brown

“I begin to wonder if white is the color of things to be worshipped in this world. If it’s the only color to be worshipped in this world.” Echo Brown, Black Girl Unlimited Publisher: Holt/OttavianoPublication year: 2020Page count: 304Format: AudiobookRating: 4.5 stars Rep: Black MC/author, queer side characters, depressionTW: rape, child sexual abuse, substance abuse,…

Elevator Book Tag

Hi everyone! I was recently tagged by Jasmine @ The Curly Haired Bibliophile to do this tag. It looks like a lot of fun, and is inspired by Jason Reynold’s book Long Way Down (which I still have yet to read-ugh!). Since I have not yet read it, I am going to copy the blurb…

WWW Wednesday – 10.21.2020

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking on a World of Words. To participate, all you have to do is simply answer the 3 W’s. I love this tag so much because it is so easy and a great way to find book recommendations! This week was midterm week so I didn’t do too much reading,…

Review: The Diviners by Libba Bray

Publisher: Little, Brown and Co.Publication Year: 2012Page count: 578 pagesFormat: AudiobookRating: 3.75 starsRep: Black MC, queer side character Blurb (FromGoodreads): SOMETHING DARK AND EVIL HAS AWAKENED… Evie O’Neill has been exiled from her boring old hometown and shipped off to the bustling streets of New York City—and she is pos-i-tute-ly ecstatic. It’s 1926, and New…

Review: The Paper Girls of Paris by Jordyn Taylor

Publisher: HarperTeenPublication Year: 2020Page count: 368Format: HardcoverRating: 3.5 starsRep: queer supporting character, character with mental illness Blurb (From GoodReads): Now:Sixteen-year-old Alice is spending the summer in Paris, but she isn’t there for pastries and walks along the Seine. When her grandmother passed away two months ago, she left Alice an apartment in France that no…

6 Books That Are Worth The Hype- Part 1

If you’re at all like me, you may be skeptical of hyped books. Some of my most disappointing reads this year have been books that were so hyped up, that I was sure I would love them. So when I didn’t, I was quite let down. So, I have acquired a list of books that…

BOOK TAG: The Anti-TBR Tag

I saw this tag circulating around BookTube recently, and though it would be a fun one to do! I feel like I get to spend a lot more time on my blog talking about books I love and not as much on books I am not interested in or didn’t love! So this tag will…

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