I have finally managed to pick my top 20 favorite reads in 2021!
Happy Friday! September was a great reading month for me and thanks to these amazing reads. I’ll be sharing my thoughts on The Inheritance of Orquidea Divina, A Lot Like Adios, and My Sweet Girl.
Happy Friday! #WomenInTranslation is celebrated every August to highlight the women writers and their books (written in languages other than English) around the world. I always make sure to include (and read of course) translated books on my tbr and majority of them are really amazing. Here are three of my favorites.
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.
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!
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.
Happy Friday, everyone! Here is the continuation of my #StanAsianAuthors, #AsianReadathon, and #ARMYdathon (aka May) wrap up post.
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”.
First of all, Happy New Year to all of you! By this time you have probably read a lot of beautiful new year’s messages so I’m just gonna say – let 2020 be a reminder of how wonderful, strong, and brave you are!
Now on to my very first blog post this year. I originally wanted to share my top ten favorite reads of 2020 like I’ve been doing eversince but it’s incredibly hard for me to choose only ten.
The last mini reviews I posted was in March? Wow! That’s a very long time ago. Anyway, I’m here to share my thoughts on these romance novels that I have read not very recently. The books are Waiting for Tom Hanks by Kerry Winfrey, Faker by Sarah Smith, and The Proposal by Jasmine Guillory.
Thanks to BerkleyPub for gifting me an early copies of these books.
This did not affect my overall opinion of the book.