Most Anticipated Releases of February

I'm actually trying to buy fewer books this year, but it's going to be hard with so many great books coming out. February is going to be an amazing month for new releases, and in this post, I'll share the 5 books I'm looking forward to the most this month. Phil Stamper - The Gravity... Continue Reading →

Latinx Heritage Month: Recommendations

Since it's Latinx Heritage Month from September 15 until October 15, I wanted to dedicate a post recommending books by Latinx authors! I'll be giving you 20 recommendations, divided in 4 parts: books I've read and loved, books I own but haven't read yet, books I have on my wishlist, and book releases I'm looking... Continue Reading →

#YARC2019 Update Post, Part 2

It's been a while since I last updated you about my last Year of the Asian 2019 reading challenge, so I figured I'd check in and let you know what I've been reading! I've previously shared my sign-up post and my first update post. Current progress The last time I updated, I had read 19... Continue Reading →

My Book Depository Wishlists

I read a lot of books. Which, for me, also means I buy quite a lot of books. English books are just not that accessible to me any other way, since I live in the Netherlands. I will share some tips on how to access books for cheap or even free sometime soon, but that's... Continue Reading →

Most Anticipated Releases of May

Another very belated post! But so many amazing books were published in May that I still wanted to share. Incidentally, many of the books I'm recommending in this post have LGBTQ+ rep, so they'd be perfect reads for June!! Red, White & Royal Blue - Casey McQuiston I think I'm not alone in saying this... Continue Reading →

June Wrap-Up

I haven't been able to pay a lot of attention to my blog, but I'm back, and I intend to stay! Hopefully I can catch up with my belated wrap-ups soon and actually share some more elaborate reviews and such:) Rick Riordan - The Hidden Oracle (Trials of Apollo #1) Rick Riordan definitely played on... Continue Reading →

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