Hi friends! Today I have what I think is a very fun blog post. So on Goodreads, you can compare your books to someone else's books. Essentially, Goodreads will look at the books on both of your shelves and compare them for similarities. I'm not entirely sure how it works, but it's a general look … Continue reading Which of my friends do I read the most like?
Hello friends, I hope your March was great! Mine felt like it went by super quickly, and I can't believe it's already April. AND I'm in my last month of law school!! It's going to be a pretty busy month as I have a lot to do, but I'm excited to be done! Last push. … Continue reading March wrap-up!
Happy Monday, fellow book lovers! I hope you had a great weekend. Today, I'm giving some recommendations on books with 20-something year-old protagonists! I often see people talking about how this is an age group not published about, which is false. These books are not as popular as YA, but they exist and they're not … Continue reading Recommendations for books with 20-something year-old protagonists
Hello, fellow book lovers! Today I'm reviewing two mystery/thriller books: The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware and The One by John Marrs. Mystery/thriller is a genre I've struggled with in the past. I always find the plots super intriguing, but I find the execution usually lacking. I'm never scared or nervous, and the … Continue reading I actually enjoyed thrillers for once: two reviews
Hello, friends and book lovers! Today is very exciting because I had an original blog post idea for the first time in a while (🎉). I wanted to do a recommendations post for different genres, and then I thought it could be kind of fun to do a genre recommendations tag. So I created this … Continue reading The recommendations book tag (original) (wow)
Hello, friends! I hope you're doing well on this lovely Friday. Today, I'm posting a bit of a book haul. Given the pandemic, I spend most of my time looking at a screen. I do classes online, I do my readings online, I read a lot of ebooks. Between my laptop and phone, my screen … Continue reading A book haul
The Subtweet by Vivek Shraya From Goodreads Everyone talks about falling in love, but falling in friendship can be just as captivating. When Neela Devaki’s song is covered by internet-famous artist Rukmini, the two musicians meet and a transformative friendship begins. But as Rukmini’s star rises and Neela’s stagnates, jealousy and self-doubt creep in. With … Continue reading Book review: The Subtweet
Hello friends and fellow book lovers! Today I'm giving recommendations for a well-loved trope: found family/ragtag crew/team of misfits! I really love this trope, like most people, and wanted to talk about some of my favourite books with this trope. I will say off the bat that a lot of these are fairly popular books, … Continue reading Recommendations for books with a ragtag crew/team of misfits/found family
Hello, friends! Time to talk about some more books on my TBR! This is a series where I talk about a specific subset of books on my TBR. I've done a few posts of really long lists of books on my TBR, so for these posts I'm going to try to keep the list fairly … Continue reading Books on my TBR: books with fewer than 500 ratings on Goodreads
Hello friends, I hope your February was great! I managed to read a few great books, so let's talk about those. Books Read Ragged Company by Richard Wagamese: 4.5 starsStay Gold by Tobly McSmith: 2 starsTies That Tether by Jane Igharo: 3.5 starsThe One by John Marrs: 4.5 starsFreedom is a Constant Struggle by Angela … Continue reading February wrap-up!
Hi friends! Today I'm giving some recommendations for what books to read if you don't know what to read. Sometimes it can be hard to find a book you're in the mood for, and you don't want to read a ton of synopses. So today, I'm going to try to pitch these books in a … Continue reading What to read if you don’t know what to read
The Poppy War by R. F. Kuang Paraphrased from Goodreads When Rin aced the Keju, the Empire-wide test to find the most talented youth to learn at the Academies, it was a shock to everyone. That she got into Sinegard, the most elite military school in Nikan, was even more surprising. But surprises aren’t always … Continue reading Mini review: The Poppy War