May TBR: Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month

It’s Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and because of that, I want to make an extra effort to read books by Asian authors this month. Of course it’s always important to support authors of colour, but I like to try and pay some extra attention in these specific months.

Because it’s also Ramadan, I want to especially read some books by Muslim authors as well.

TBR

I made a tentative TBR, but I’ll probably end up reading other books as well.

  • Lindsay Wong – My Summer of Love and Misfortune
  • Melissa Bashardoust – Girl Serpent Thorn
  • Samira Ahmed – Mad, Bad & Dangerous to Know
  • Aminah Mae Safi – This Is All Your Fault
  • Adib Khorram – Darius the Great Deserves Better

Darius the Great Deserves Better (Darius the Great, #2)

  • Lyla Lee – I’ll Be the One
  • Sandhya Menon – 10 Things I Hate About Pinky
  • Akemi Dawn Bowman – Harley in the Sky
  • Hanna Alkaf – The Girl and the Ghost
  • S.K. Ali & Aisha Saeed, ed. – Once Upon an Eid

Once Upon an Eid

  • Uzma Jalaluddin – Ayesha at Last
  • S.K. Ali – Love From A to Z
  • Marie Lu – The Kingdom of Back
  • Randy Ribay – Patron Saints of Nothing
  • Gloria Chao – Our Wayward Fate

Our Wayward Fate


What books are you planning to read this month?

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  1. This is such a great TBR, and I spy my faves I’ll Be the One and Harley in the Sky 🥺🥺🥺
    I’m also planning on reading My Summer of Love and Misfortune and I really hope I enjoy it 🤧

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