So January just flew by, but I managed to get a good bit done despite my mental health not being the greatest. Books I managed to finish three books this month, which puts me right near my goal. I wanted to finish 4 but I'll take 3. I finished a lot of books I wanted… Continue reading Monthly Review
Can you believe it's February already? We've got some cool new releases coming up throughout the month. Any releases you are looking forward to? 1)The Wish and the Peacock Paige's family has had their farm for generations, and they've seen hard times before, but losing Paige's dad is just too much to take and without… Continue reading February New Releases
So this year I'm looking into more books about mental health. Especially the conditions that I have since I want to do some #ownvoices reviews. This is an #OwnVoices review. Finding Perfect is about a middle schooler with OCD. Molly Nathans's life is changing, her mother has left the country for a job and Molly… Continue reading Finding Perfect Review
I thought I'd do a post featuring books by Chinese authors and with Chinese characters since Chinese New Year is tomorrow. Happy New Year to everyone who celebrates! A little bit about Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year is also celebrated in other countries Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. This year is the Year… Continue reading Happy Chinese New Year!
I'm taking part in another challenge, one that is super unique and fun. It's by the lovely CW @ artfromafriend and their fellow bloggers at The Quiet Pond. Pondathon is a story-driven readathon. Now you might be asking how a story-driven readathon works. Basically, your reading books give you points for the number of pages read… Continue reading Pondathon Readathon
Hope everyone is doing well, January is flying by. So I thought I'd get started on a little project I've been wanting to work on since early December. My mental health isn't the best today so sorry for the late post. I have lots of cool content for this week, but it will just have… Continue reading Backlog Reviews
If you've read this blog for almost any time you know one of my favorite authors is Hena Khan. So when I heard she was doing another middle-grade book I was excited. More to the Story is billed as a retelling of Little Women. While I haven't read Little Women I know the basic plot… Continue reading More to the Story Review