It’s time for another readathon! The last one that I participated in was the Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon, which I had a lot of fun with. My luck with readathons this year hasn’t been too great as I have been battling one reading slump after another. But Dewey’s was a good one, and I’m sincerely hoping…… Continue reading #24in48 Readathon Announcement & TBR!
June wasn’t too bad of a reading month for me. I’m quite pleased that most of the books that I’ve read during this month were #OwnVoices diverse books, and almost all of those were Islamic books written by Muslima authors. There was also a bit of variety with my genres ranging from poetry to action…… Continue reading June Reading Wrap-Up!
Nineteen years ago, during the year 1998, a Space Western anime was released by the name of Cowboy Bebop, an anime that would go on to become one of the finest pieces of animation ever made. Adapted and completely redesigned from its manga counterpart, with direction by Shinichirō Watanabe, this 26-episode long, seinen neo-noir anime…… Continue reading Cowboy Bebop (1998) – Anime Review
Good Morning book dragons! I was tagged by James @ This Is My Truth Now to do this tag, which was really fun to do. Please stop by James’ site and check him out. He writes very intellectual and interesting reviews; you won’t be disappointed. 🙂 #1: What book would you make everyone read? Norwegian…… Continue reading The Ruler of the Books – Book Tag
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time by Yasutaka Tsutsui is a small collection of two novellas, the first of the same name and the second, The Stuff That Nightmares Are Made of. I read this with my Japanese Novel and Light Novel Book Club over on GoodReads as our monthly book pick! For my review…… Continue reading The Girl Who Leapt Through Time by Yasutaka Tsutsui – A Book Review
Happy Friday to all of the book dragons and otaku ninjas out there today! I would like to start this post by wishing you all a wonderful weekend ahead, whether you’re working, relaxing, or studying, I’m sending you all a bunch of hugs and warm, happy vibes! ♥ My days of reading multiple books are…… Continue reading Weekend Reads #3: Deadly Cults, Drift Racing, & Cyberpunk Crime
The second instalment in the Sigma Force action-adventure series called Map of Bones, really does a phenomenal job of showing us how well James Rollins can improve his writing from one book to the next. This level of learning and growing is such a respectable trait and it’s just making me more and more excited…… Continue reading Map of Bones (Sigma Force #2) by James Rollins – A Book Review