Today I’m going to share some books that I binged and enjoyed very much. They are all pretty easy reads that have good world-building and compelling stories. Dare I say, some of these would even make awesome books to devour during this blistering Summer season! Koko Takes A Holiday by Kieran Shea This is a…… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: Binge Worthy SFF Books
Recently I went through my entire my manga library so I could clean and catalogue everything. Along this dusty and sneezy journey, I picked out a few serials that I haven’t read in years that I really wanted to re-visit in May. The first of those is Blood Alone by Masayuki Takano, which is a…… Continue reading Blood Alone by Masayuki Takano – A Manga Review
May has been a deliciously awesome month so far in regards to book mail and book gifts, and one of the reasons for that is there’s a lot of diverse books in my haul this month! The second reason that it’s so awesome is that the pile is positively towering and leaning. It’s already fallen…… Continue reading May’s Big Ass Book Haul!
A most kind and brilliant book blogger, Shenwei, is hosting a super-awesome reading challenge for the month of May, which also happens to be Asian-American Heritage month, called Asian Lit. Bingo! When I first saw this challenge at the beginning of the month, I had opted out from participating because I felt that I wouldn’t…… Continue reading Asian Lit. Bingo Reading Challenge TBR
What a peculiar type of book! It’s actually a Borzoi book, which means there’s special attention to detail such as the card stock, illustrations, and overall format that make it very unique, creating a seemingly “special” feeling to a rather ordinary book. The structure of it was definitely interesting and helped provide creative visuals for…… Continue reading The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami – A Book Review
Over the weekend, I had the wonderful pleasure of re-reading an #OwnVoices Japanese, science-fiction novel called The Lords of the Sands of Time by Issui Ogawa for Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon. It’s a book that I’ve owned for a long time, and one that I had only read when I originally bought it. After reading it…… Continue reading The Lord of the Sands of Time by Issui Ogawa – A Book Review
Man, I am still exhausted from Dewey’s 24-hour Readathon! It was really fun to devote so much of my time to reading, and I even did a bit o’ VLOGing while I participated, but my brain definitely needs a small break. So, for the rest of Sunday (after sharing this post) I plan on watching…… Continue reading Whopping Book Ban FAILURE – April’s Book Haul