I ran a little poll over on my Twitter recently about what post people wanted me to work on next and this post won by about 56%! There are a lot of great novels coming out this year and I'm honestly so excited to read them, but at the same time, I'm holding out because… Continue reading My Most Anticipated Books of 2020
Hey! Are you a reader who appreciates diversity? Are you always looking to include more diverse representation to your reading lists? Are you willing to add more South-Asian books to your lists in 2020? Well then, THE SOUTH-ASIAN READING CHALLENGE 2020 [SARC2020] is meant for you! Let’s appreciate the desi representation in literature and read more South-Asian stories. Why does this mean so… Continue reading The South-Asian Reading Challenge (SARC 2020) // Official Sign Ups & Information!
2019 has been an incredible year in regards to all things bookish with some brilliant new releases as well as continuations in some well loved series. If 2018 was the year I was able to really get back to reading and finding my place in the book blogging world then 2019 was the year that… Continue reading My Year In Books: 2019!
I wrote part one of this post in mid November and I realised I had left out a lot of books I enjoyed growing up so I knew I had to write a second instalment in this little series. As I mentioned in that post, books were a vital ingredient in my life and still… Continue reading My favourite books growing up – part two
I honestly can't picture what my life would be like without the many books I've found refuge in over the years. I wrote a post a couple of months ago about the ways reading has changed my life so it got me thinking about the books that really made me love reading and pretty much… Continue reading My favourite books growing up
When it comes to book to movie adaptations it can be pretty hit or miss. Sometimes it can be the casting that just doesn't fit, or sometimes there's just not enough time in a movie to do an amazing book justice. However, there have been times when the book to movie adaptations have been pretty… Continue reading My favourite book to movie adaptations
On paper, college dropout Pablo Rind doesn't have a whole lot going for him. His graveyard shift at a twenty-four-hour deli in Brooklyn is a struggle. Plus, he's up to his eyeballs in credit card debt. Never mind the state of his student loans. Pop juggernaut Leanna Smart has enough social media followers to populate… Continue reading Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi