Me? Posting regularly? Who would’ve thought 👀👀 HELLO everyone, if there’s one thing I learned in the past couple months, it’s that I am not good at balancing reading and school.
Continue reading “Books I *WILL* Read Before 2021 Ends”
I’ve read a total of 46 books so far this year, but I’m determined to get that that number up to 50, because why not. I feel like that’s a good, achievable goal that isn’t too crazy or out there. Well, there’s also a bit of a problem…
It’s been over a week since my last post because I was in a bit of a ~blogging slump~ in the sense that I just had no idea what to write! I’ve also been insanely busy and my life is kind of all over the place right now but hopefully within the next month things will slow down a little 🤞🏽
So today I’m just going to be going over books I haven’t read yet but that I predict will become instant favorites for me. There are so many books on my TBR so I have no idea when I’ll get to any of these but when I do,,,I think I’ll love them. All of these books are already released so you can also check them out at anytime if the synopsis sounds like something up your alley!
All these predictions are based on the synopsis AND other reviews I have seen for the book from my mutuals. This list is pretty random in terms of genre, I’ve just highlighted books from all over the place that I’m interested in. If you’ve read any of them let me know! I’d love to hear your thoughts 😊
Continue reading “Five Star Book Predictions”
This is my second back to back book tag post and honestly, I’m loving it! These posts are some of my favorite ones to do because I think it’s a fun way to talk about books I normally don’t get a chance to discuss on my blog. A huge shoutout and thank you to Morgan @ Morgan Is Reading Again for tagging me to do this!
Continue reading “The New Releases Book Tag”
If you didn’t know, May is AAPI (Asian-American and Pacific Islander) Heritage month, which is something I didn’t realize until recently. I’m a first generation Indian-American so this is something I’m really happy to participate in and spread more awareness of books centered around Asian voices and characters.
Diversity in literature is so important for readers everywhere and can introduce you to new cultures, identities, struggles, and more. It’s a great way to learn more about the world and about people whose lives may be different than yours. I think it’s important to highlight these books and encourage everyone to branch out regardless of what they usually read and try something new.
I will be recommending books centered around AAPI characters and/or written by AAPI authors. I’ve read all the books on this list of recommendations and at the end will list books I personally have not read yet but are on my TBR and sounds amazing if you’re interested in reading them 💙
Continue reading “Books to Read for AAPI Heritage Month”
So, remember when I said I wouldn’t be posting a March wrap-up because I probably wouldn’t read enough to write a whole post about? Well, surprise 😗🎉 I didn’t have an amazing reading month, but audiobooks came through once again to save me. I’m happy to say I was able to read/listen a grant total of 4 books — which, considering how crazy University has been, is somewhat of an achievement.
I also have an updated TBR for April and May! It’s honestly so unpredictable how things will go and how much time I’ll actually have to read. The good news is April is my last month of classes before Summer break (but then I signed up to take Summer classes. Love that for me 🙃). I’m really hoping I still won’t be too busy and that I’ll have a good amount of free time.
Also, really quick, I wanted to say take my TBR with a grain of salt. I’ve really been taking advantage of Libby (my virtual library) and because of that I’ve kind of been reading whatever is available at the moment. That means that it’s a lot of spur of the moment picks and it’s actually been a good way of getting me to read books I normally wouldn’t have picked up.
I read a wide variety of genres and had a lot of opinions, so without further ado…
Continue reading “What I Read in March + My April TBR”
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! There were a lot of downs this past year, but the biggest disappointment of 2020 was probably the fact that I just…didn’t read the books I told myself I would. I had a huge list in January of everything I wanted to get to this year, and unfortunately only got to a few of them. SO. I’m making this list to force myself to read books that have been on my TBR for way too long. Whether or not I’ll actually get to all these is yet to be known, but hopefully I’ll at least be able to cross a few of these off my list and maybe you’ll find a book or two from here that interests you!
Continue reading “21 Books I Want to Read in 2021”