Hold on to your hearts! This sweet book about depression and egg drops by @taekeller is sure to touch your hearts.
Join me as I uplift some Asian Middle Grade Reads! Including @HenryLienAuthor @kellyyanghk and @ktzhaoauthor
New Releases Perfect for YARC!
My goal is to read 4 books this month. I read three in January so it isn't so much of a stretch, I'd love to read five to catch up to my yearly goal, but I'll be happy with three or four. 1)Give and Take Elly Swartz did such a good job with Finding Perfect,… Continue reading February TBR
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
So it's been January for a while now but finally here is my TBR post. It's mostly some old books with a few new ones peppered in. I'm setting a modest goal for four 'book' books this month, and additional comics and graphic novels. I'm going to do another post on my comic and graphic… Continue reading January TBR
Just a few of the books I'm looking forward to for my Year of the Asian Readathon. A lot of these are repeats from last year, but I'm making them a priority on my TBR this year. 1) The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi I've been wanting to read this book for a while. This… Continue reading Year of the Asian Reading Challenge TBR
I'm so glad YARC is back. This fell by the wayside in 2019 so I'm excited to give it another shot. This challenge focuses on reading books written by Asian authors. I also came in late last year so that didn't help. This challenge is put on by the wonderful, CW from The Quiet Pond, Shealea from Shut Up, Shealea,… Continue reading Year of The Asian Reading Challenge 2020