Top 10 Books to Read Before the Year Ends

To-Be-Read stacks can be awesome because they give the bookworm tons of options on what to pick up after finishing a book, however. This can also create madness within a bibliophile because sometimes everything on the TBR list sounds and looks fantastic, thus making it a hundred times harder to actually choose that next read.…

White Flash/Black Rain: Women of Japan Relive the Bomb edited & translated by Lequita Vance-Watkins and Aratani Mariko – Book Review

“Because the possibility for nuclear warfare exists, there is always, no matter how minor the conflict, the fear and threat that any war could lead to another nuclear holocaust.” White Flash/Black Rain: Women of Japan Relive the Bomb is an #OwnVoices non-fiction Japanese poetry and prose collection with contributions from various Japanese women. The book…

May’s Reading Wrap-Up

Good morning, bibliophiles! It’s that lovely time of month again; the time where I share a master list of all the stacks that I read during the month of May. To be honest, May was a fantastic month for me because I read tons of stuff and most of it was fairly decent. It was…

Bout of Books Readathon Half-Way Progress!

Yo, ho, ho, ho and a gaggle o’ books! Okay, I’ll stop now… Good morning to all y’all bibliophiles and otaku neko! Today is officially the half-way mark for the Bout of Books Readathon that I have participating in this past week, so I thought it would be fun to share my progress so far…

Bout of Books 22 Readathon TBR!

Happy Friday, bibliophiles, and otaku dragons! Today I am going to be announcing my unofficial participation in the Bout of Books 22 readathon and sharing the stack of books I plan on reading during the event! The reason that I say my partaking is unofficial is that I am not going to be signing up…

15 Fantastic Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books by Authors of Colour!

One of my favourite genres to read is science-fiction. The imagination and the storytelling potential that comes with speculative fiction can be absolutely brilliant, especially when it involves alternate histories, dystopian nations, technology beyond belief, interstellar travel, galactic political intrigue, plus much more. There is almost always something to learn, something there to inspire, awe,…

March & April Reading Wrap-Ups!

Good morning book dragons and otaku Saiyans! Today I will be sharing with you all the books that I read in March and April. As I was compiling my list of books read for the past month, I realised that I had not shared my March books due to the evil pneumonia monster, and I…

February’s Reading Wrap-Up (2018)

Good afternoon, mates! I hope you all had a good weekend and I wish you a lovely week ahead! Today, I will finally be sharing my reading wrap-up for February. While I was not able to devour as many books as I originally wanted to, and most of the ones I tried were terrible things,…