Come On In: 15 Stories About Immigration and Finding Home edited by Adi Alsaid: A Remarkably Comforting, Coming-of-Age Anthology of Heartfelt Diverse Immigrant Identities

Come On In: 15 Stories About Immigration and Finding Home edited by Adi Alsaid is a young adult anthology of short stories about the immigrant experiences. Each tale is an #OwnVoices story and includes a plethora of identities including first, second, and third generation immigrants as well as folx with Fijian, Ecuadorian, Mexican, Korean, and…

10 Best Books of July & August (2020)

July was an average reading month for me in terms of ratings and enjoyment. While I had a few spectacular experiences, most of the books consumed were pretty mediocre across the board. August was a completely different story as it was when my reading rut went on a sort of rampage. Because of that, I…

16 Best Books of May & June

May and June were relatively average reading months for me. I read approximately 26 to 27 books between the two months and most of them were two to three star reads for the most part. The best enjoyable bookish shenanigans took place between the pages of manga, which I’m super thankful for because it has…

14 Best Books of March & April (Wrap-Up)

I read 41 books between March and April. So… quarantine has been doing fucking wonders for my bookish soul. In a way, it’s been doing great things for the otaku in me as well since most of the books I read were manga volumes. But you know? Books are books and I ate a whole…

The Best Books of January & February (Wrap-Up)

Yo, book dragons. Welcome back to my blog. I know that it’s been a several months since I’ve shared content on this space. The truth is that within the last five months my health took a massive turn for the worse and I died. Twice. As you can imagine, the stress and the recovery for…