This Is All Your Fault by Aminah Mae Safi: An Amazing Tale of Friendship, Mental Health, & Indie Bookstores

This Is All Your Fault by Aminah Mae Safi is a diverse young adult contemporary novel that revolves around a group of ladies who work at a bookshop called Wild Nights Bookstore. When they discover that the bookstore is about close up shop for good, they come together to and try save a place that has become a sanctuary for each of them in their own unique ways.

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…

5 Favourite Japanese Book Covers that Remind Me of Spring

Spring is in the air, unless you’re living in California. In that case, Summer is here in full kick-you-in-the-allergies-and-burn-your-flesh-off glory. With Spring arrives the fragrance of fresh flowers, a cool breeze to abate the morning sweat, and tons of vibrantly bright colours just flourishing everywhere you look. Normally, I’m someone who doesn’t really care for…

It’s a Whole Spiel edited by Katherine Locke & Laura Silverman – A Delightfully Diverse YA Anthology that Explores Individuality Amid Jewish Identities

It’s a Whole Spiel: Love, Latkes, & Other Jewish Stories edited by Katherine Locke and Laura Silverman is an #OwnVoices YA anthology of short stories that explore many themes and experiences relating to Jewish identities. I received an ARC (Advanced Reader’s Copy) of this book last summer, when I first read it, and then I…