Asian Lit. Bingo Reading Challenge TBR

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…

#SpringHorror Readathon TBR!!

I’ve had some very sucky moodiness recently, in regards to reading that is. I’ve wanted to dive into comics one second and historical fiction the next. It’s been an inconvenient hot mess! But last night, while catching up on BookTube videos, specifically a TBR video posted by Bookworm Eve, I discovered a new and interesting…

Dreams of Joy by Lisa See – A Book Review

“I remember the story Tao told me about the water buffalo and why it wore blinders. He said the animal’s suffering in this life was punishment for things it had done in a past life. Now I think of a different reason. To make an ox or water buffalo work so hard, it needs to…

Meg by Steve Alten – A Book Review

Good morning, book-mates!  I’m excited to say that it’s been raining quite a lot here, and since it’s an uncommon occurrence, I decided to take advantage of it! I spent a lot of time splishing and splashing in the cool water this weekend. Hopefully I didn’t catch a cold, but even if I did, totally…

Serials to Slay in 2017!

One of my bookish goals for the new year is to work through a lot of the large book serials that have been sitting on my shelves (and my TBR) for a stupidly long time. These are books that have full, multi-faceted universes with a varied abundance of characters, and some intricate stories to tell.…