Interview With Black Author Brandon Lawson!

Hi friends! In honor of the last day of Black History Month, I wanted to do an interview with the author of a sci-fi book featuring a Black female protagonist called Nova’s Blade! So thank you for answering my questions Brandon! about the book: “THIRTY-TWO WOMEN. ONE ARENA. A BATTLE TO THE DEATH. After a long war, corporations have replaced countries. Sports are fought to the death. The most popular game is Last Valkyrie, a live tournament where women kill each other for marriage into a powerful family. For Nova, living in poverty with her mother and sister is a … Continue reading Interview With Black Author Brandon Lawson!

WWW Wednesday!

I’m sorry I haven’t been as active on here recently, school has been…well, all my student friends know how it is. So please drop a favorite recent post of yours below so I can at least sort of catch up! Anyways, we’re doing a WWW Wednesday today which is pretty exciting! WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking On A Word of Worlds. what are you currently reading? I’m super thankful to Penguin Teen for an arc of this K-drama-inspired novel, because HELLO??? K-DRAMAS??? This follows a girl who is suddenly reunited with her deceased father’s family in Korea whom she’s … Continue reading WWW Wednesday!

All My Rage review // An Intricately Woven Tapestry of Grief, Forgiveness, Loss, and Hope

Introductions are for people who haven’t had their hearts ripped out by Sabaa Tahir. I am not one of those people. Thank you Penguin Teen for an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review! TW/CW: implied sexual assault; physical, verbal, … Continue reading All My Rage review // An Intricately Woven Tapestry of Grief, Forgiveness, Loss, and Hope

Are Marvel Movies REAL Cinema? // sharing my opinion on this *delicate* topic

Ever since Martin Scorcese made his infamous comment claiming that Marvel movies aren’t “real art”, I’ve dwelled on it longer than I care to admit. And honestly? I think it’s worth a discussion post! Ah yes, Marvel. The sole king … Continue reading Are Marvel Movies REAL Cinema? // sharing my opinion on this *delicate* topic

How We Fall Apart Book Review // An Asian-American Academia Thriller That Tries Too Hard

You know that feeling when one of your most anticipated books of the year becomes the most disappointing after you already published your least favorites of the year list? Yeah, I just joined that club. rep: Korean, Indian, Chinese main … Continue reading How We Fall Apart Book Review // An Asian-American Academia Thriller That Tries Too Hard