Recommendations for… lesser-known diverse books

Happy Monday, everyone! Even though I participate in giving Monthly Recommendations, I thought I would start my own where every couple weeks I give recommendations for a specific topic. Today I'm doing recommendations for lesser-known diverse books! A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki: Asian rep, mental health rep This book has such an interesting exploration … Continue reading Recommendations for… lesser-known diverse books

Recommendations for… books where you’ll learn something

Happy Monday, everyone! Quick update: I have new blog headings! I was feeling depressed and overwhelmed last week, so to further suppress my emotions, I decided to make new headers. I think they're pretty, but let me know what you think! Onto today's post! Even though I participate in giving Monthly Recommendations, I thought I would … Continue reading Recommendations for… books where you’ll learn something

Recommendations for… feminist fiction books

Even though I participate in giving Monthly Recommendations, I thought I would start my own where every couple weeks I give recommendations for a specific topic. Today, in honour of Women's History Month, I'm doing recommendations for feminist fiction books. These are books that either directly explore some aspect of feminism or are feminist in their portrayal … Continue reading Recommendations for… feminist fiction books

Recommendations for… first books of series you could read as a standalone

Even though I participate in giving Monthly Recommendations, I thought I would start my own where every couple weeks I give recommendations for a specific topic. Today I'm doing recommendations of first books in series you could read as a standalone. AKA calling me out for never finishing series. Wither by Lauren DeStefano I actually don't … Continue reading Recommendations for… first books of series you could read as a standalone

Recommendations for… my favourite books

Even though I participate in giving Monthly Recommendations, I thought I would start my own where every couple weeks I give recommendations for a specific topic. Today I'm doing recommendations of my favourite books. These are books that I think everyone needs to read. AKA me gushing about my favourite books for 300 words and trying … Continue reading Recommendations for… my favourite books

Recommendations for… diverse historical fiction

Even though I participate in giving Monthly Recommendations, I thought I would start my own where every couple weeks I give recommendations for a specific topic. Today I'm doing recommendations for diverse historical fiction. There has been some discussion in the twitter book community about diversity in historical fiction lately, and I wanted to highlight some … Continue reading Recommendations for… diverse historical fiction

Monthly recommendations: relatable characters

Find out more about the Goodreads group here! This month is relatable characters, which I think is such a fun topic! Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman The protagonist of this book, Kiko, has social anxiety. And parts of it were painfully relatable. Like holy shit, I'd never read something that I related to more. Especially the part … Continue reading Monthly recommendations: relatable characters

Recommendations for… standalones

Even though I participate in giving Monthly Recommendations, I thought I would start my own where every couple weeks I give recommendations for a specific topic. Today I'm doing recommendations for standalone novels! I feel like series are so popular, and a lot of people overlook standalones, so I thought I'd recommend some of my favourites! … Continue reading Recommendations for… standalones

Recommendations for… fantasy for those who don’t read fantasy

Even though I participate in giving Monthly Recommendations, I thought I would start my own where every couple weeks I give recommendations for a specific topic. Today I'm doing recommendations for fantasy books for those who don't read fantasy. I think fantasy can be a hard genre to read if you're not into it, and I … Continue reading Recommendations for… fantasy for those who don’t read fantasy