I was tagged to do this by the wonderful Aster! I’ve done this tag before but it was so long ago, and my stash of unpopular opinions has grown since 2018. So let’s do this! 1. A popular book/series that … Continue reading unpopular opinions: 2022 edition! // the one where i get heated
Just when I thought standalone YA fantasy would be the end of me, this book came along to renew all my hope in the genre! It’s a Halloween miracle*! *and no, this book has nothing to do with Halloween LOL … Continue reading Night of the Raven, Dawn of the Dove ARC Review! // one of the best fantasy standalones I’ve ever read???
How is it October??? I’M SO EXCITED don’t get me wrong but HOW??? Anyways, it’s October 3rd as I’m writing this so I gotta drop this here: Even though it’s not October 3rd anymore. books Seoulmates by Susan Lee | … Continue reading september wrap up!!
Gothic horror is the genre of my heart*. So since Spooktober is coming up (already?) I’m excited to share my review of a book that falls into that genre! *well besides magic schools but that’s a trope. oh also fairytale … Continue reading Little Eve ARC Review! // a gothic Scottish castle, and a family with secrets
IT’S SPOOKY SEASON AHHH. And with the arrival of spooky season comes 20,000 interesting new releases! I’m drowning over here! School, you gotta let me have October off to read all the books! october releases I’ve already read/am reading Little … Continue reading Most Anticipated October Book Releases!!
I’ve been thinking about underrated books recently, and I think I’ve found my most underrated one of the year! Also, I’m so sorry for my lack of posting! I’m doing online college and after being on my computer for the … Continue reading The Getaway Review! // Black kids at a dystopian amusement park you say?
Because of Barnes and Nobles absolutely egregious and prejudiced recent* business decisions, I am compiling a list of some of my favorite diverse debuts written this year so far! For those of you who don’t know, Barnes and Noble is essentially stocking only the top books pitched by publishers. That means that marginalized authors, midlist authors, and debut authors who aren’t getting a lot of marketing might stop being stocked at Barnes and Noble. I don’t think I need to stress just how much that could kill an author’s career. *look it was recent when I first wrote this post😭 … Continue reading best diverse debuts of the year so far 🙂
Guys…why are books so amazing??? Like, I just look at my TBR occasionally and instead of feeling stressed, I just feel happy. There’s so many books left to read in the world, and that means I’ll never run out*! WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking on a World of Words. *how long will this positivity last, you ask? until my tbr crushes me mentally, emotionally, or physically. so any day now. what are you currently reading? The Getaway is a book I won in a giveaway that recently came out, and it’s astoundingly underhyped? Like, it takes place in a dystopian … Continue reading WWW Wednesday! // ft. dystopian amusement parks, friends-to-lovers, and political fantasy
I know what you’re all thinking: Kaya, there are quite literally TEN books that you haven’t written reviews for so why are you writing a review for this random one? Honest answer? I don’t know? I am also confused because … Continue reading Seoulmates Review! // a feel-good korean friends-to-lovers story!
Uh…so maybe it’s already a third of the way into September but books are still yet to be released! So that means that this post isn’t late…right? september releases I’ve already read/am reading The Ballad of Never After by Stephanie … Continue reading Most Anticipated September Book Releases!!