Friday Mini Reviews #8 | Adult Contemporary Novels by Authors of Color

Happy Friday, everyone! In today’s post, I’m sharing my thoughts on the following books: A Hundred Silent Ways by Mari Jojie, All the Lonely People by Mike Gayle, and How She Likes It by Carla de Guzman. Continue reading “Friday Mini Reviews #8 | Adult Contemporary Novels by Authors of Color”

Friday Mini Reviews #7 | A Five-Star Japanese Thriller Read, a Historical Fiction set in India, and a Favorite Manga

Happy Friday! Last three books I read for the #StanAsianReadathon, #AsianReadathon, and #ARMYdathon! Continue reading “Friday Mini Reviews #7 | A Five-Star Japanese Thriller Read, a Historical Fiction set in India, and a Favorite Manga”

Friday Mini Reviews #6 | Middle Grade Books by Asian Authors

We’re down to the second to last post of my #StanAsianReadathon, #AsianReadathon, and #ARMYdathon wrap up! For today’s mini reviews, I have three middle grade novels written by Asian authors. Continue reading “Friday Mini Reviews #6 | Middle Grade Books by Asian Authors”

Friday Mini Reviews #4 | Romance Novels by Asian Authors

I originally planned on sharing my #StanAsianAuthors, #AsianReadathon, and #ARMYdathon wrap-up (which is also my May wrap up) in one post but I also want to share my thoughts on each of the books I read, so I thought of sharing my wrap up through my weekly “segment” on my blog called “Friday Mini Reviews”. Continue reading “Friday Mini Reviews #4 | Romance Novels by Asian Authors”