Spring & Summer Book Haul (2018)

Good afternoon, bibliophiles and otakus. Today, I wanted to share with you all of the books that I have acquired since about March of this year up until the past week or so. I am very blessed with wonderful friends and family who know that in times of stress I thoroughly enjoying buying books to…

Shadow Girl by Liana Liu – Book Review

Shadow Girl by Liana Liu is an #OwnVoices young adult Chinese novel from the supernatural, mystery genres. It came out fairly recently and when I found it at the library a few weeks ago, I decided to pick it up because the premise sounded interesting to me. However, after reading it, I felt that the…

March Book of the Month TBR (2018)

For March, I decided to try my luck with a mini-TBR (to-be-read) list. For anyone who has been following either my blog or BookTube platforms for a bit, you have listened to me explain that I am not someone who creates monthly TBR lists because they tend to put me into a reading slump. This…

February’s Big Book Haul!

Good morning and happy Saturday to you all! Today, I will be sharing all the books that I bought/received during February. There are 21 total titles here. I am pleasantly surprised with the variety and diversity of books that I ended up with with this month’s haul, and I am super eager to jump into…

January Reading Wrap-Up!

January turned out to be a phenomenal month for me in terms of reading. There was a good variety of multiple genres and mediums, and it has left me very excited for all of the books to come in February! Check them all out down below. 👍🏾 Fantasy & Fiction Literature: Forge of the Mindslayers…

Humongous Holiday Books & Novelty Socks Haul!

Good morning and happy Friday to you all! With the weekend upon us, I decided to catalogue all of the books that I received during the holidays so that Sir Betrothed and I can spend the entire weekend marathoning video games. We began doing this to celebrate the end of 2017, and it’s been so…

The Ouroboros Wave by Jyōji Hayashi

Do you ever anticipate a book so much that when you finally get around to reading it, it ends up being such a humongous disappointment and your heart breaks? Welcome to my reading adventure with The Ouroboros Wave by Jyōji Hayashi. Sometime in the distant future, scientists discover the presence of a small black hole…