Heya fellow book nerds! So, I just finished reading Nisha Sharma’s debut Young Adult book ‘My So-Called Bollywood Life’. I remember seeing a snippet of this book in a recent book blog blurb (I think it was through a Bookriot post) and was lucky enough to find out that my local library had a copy.… Continue reading Time for some Bollywood romance
Hey fellow book nerds! It’s finally the weekend (yay)! So, for today’s post I’m writing about Laura Sebastian’s new book ‘Ash Princess’. The book follows Theodosia, who was orphaned at age six when her mother, the queen, was killed in a military invasion. Raised by the Kaiser, the leader of the invasion, Theo was given… Continue reading Rising from the ashes
Hello fellow book worms! I hope everyone reading this is having a wonderful weekend so far. So, since June is LGBTQ+ Pride month, I thought I’d start the month off with a book that fit within this theme. Now, for today’s post I’ll be going with Kristin Elizabeth Clark’s book ‘Jess, Chunk, and the road… Continue reading Just another epic teenage road-trip (with a dose of self-realization)
Hello fellow book worms! Happy Monday to you all! So, since I moved to a town and gotten my new library card, I’ve been using it like crazy! I recently checked out and read Dhonielle Clayton’s book ‘The Belles’. Here’s the summary for the book as written on Amazon: Camellia Beauregard is a Belle. In… Continue reading Is Beauty Worth the Risk?
Hello everyone! So, I just finished Becky Albertalli’s newest book ‘Leah on the offbeat’. Yay, another book checked off my ‘I need to read this’ list! The story revolves around Leah, who was introduced in the author’s first book ‘Simon vs the Homo Sapiens agenda’ during the spring of her senior year of high school.… Continue reading When things go awry
Hello fellow bookworms! I hope your week is off to a wonderful start. So, with summer just around the corner, I thought I’d get a start on my summer reading list and decided to read Amy Spalding’s new book ‘The summer of Jordi Perez (And the best burgers in Los Angeles).’ So, despite the general saying… Continue reading Summer love (and the best burgers in town)
Hello everyone, and happy Monday! So, now that I am pretty much unpacked in my new apartment and have some free time, I’ve been catching up on books on my ‘to read’ list. One of the books on the list was Madeline Miller’s new book ‘Circe’. It focuses on Circe, of ‘The Odyssey’ fame. Circe… Continue reading A Witch’s Tale