July TBR (three readathons!)

My June reading was really good, but I didn’t successfully complete the Olympic Games Readathon (we all knew I wasn’t going to read The Stand, okay?). That being said, for some reason I decided three readathons (although primarily two) are a good idea for July. One of these readathons is one I’m hosting myself from July […]

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June 2020 TBR: Olympic Games Readathon!

Hey y’all! May is almost over and I have two more books I’d like to finish (yikes!) so if I can’t finish either of them, they’ll unfortunately get tacked onto my already large June TBR. Those books are Pachinko by Min Jin Lee, an #ownvoices novel about four generations of a Korean family that is so far […]

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May TBR + Asian Readathon

Hey guys! As I say every time I post on here, I’m going to try to get back into blogging! Let’s see if I actually do that this time? I hope you’ve all had a good April so far given the circumstances—I know I have despite everything! And I’ve even more looking forward to May […]

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Positive Recommendations!

I asked my Bookstagram followers to send me either a trope/genre they like for me to recommend them something or their own recommendations! Ultimately, the goal of this is to give some recommendations of cheery, positive books to read during this stressful time! Of course, some of these recs may not be 100% cheery, but […]

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Brief Reviews of my Recent Reads

Hey! It’s been a hot second, but I’ve been adjusting to academia again. In the last few weeks, I’ve read a ton of books and instead of bombarding you with a million reviews, I thought I’d do a few quick reviews to get some content out there and catch myself up. The Poet X by Elizabeth […]

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You Asked, I Answered (Q&A)

@ohbrekker: A book you used to love but don’t anymore? The easy answer is Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas, but everyone’s heard that story, so I’m going to go a different route. When I was a freshman in high school, I loved Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor, but when I tried to […]

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Ordinary Grace Review

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Summary: “From “New York Times “bestselling author William Kent Krueger comes a brilliant new novel about a young man, a small town, and murder in the summer of 1961.New Bremen, Minnesota, 1961. The Twins were playing their debut season, ice-cold root beers were at the ready at Halderson’s Drug […]

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