Another late wrap up! August has been pretty much the same as July … let’s just get into it … This month I was able to read four books (like last month) including two from my 2021 anticipated books list. Both just a teeny bit short of my expectations but great books nonetheless. Here are…Keep reading
For June, I participated in Read Caribbean Month, the Studio Ghibli Readathon, and the LGBTQMonth Reading Challenge hosted by Ross. I also had a personal challenge for LGBTQ books and films. It was a busy month (also my birthday month 🥳) but I managed to get through most of my reading and watch list. Surprisingly,…Keep reading
In May, I prioritised AAPI content to celebrate AAPI Heritage Month but I did get other readings/ viewings done. I didn’t really have an extensive TBR and watchlist but I’m quite satisfied with what I got in. Overall it was a good month though it started off a bit slow. Here’s what I read and…Keep reading
Hi there! May is here! This month is celebrated as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month and Cindy (from withcindy) is hosting the month-long Asian Readathon yet again and of course, I decided to participate. I didn’t get to join last year because I was in a reading slump so this will be my…Keep reading
Welcome! Welcome! .. to my April wrap up. As I hoped, this month was waaay better than last. Here’s how it went: For April, I read 15 books. It was pretty much a Grishaverse month but I started off with … Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert – This one I really enjoyed.…Keep reading
I read book 1: Get a Life, Chloe Brown in 2020 and the next two Take a Hint, Dani Brown (book 2) and Act Your Age, Eve Brown (book 3) this year and loved all three (on varying levels of course) and what they had to bring. These books are hilarious, fun, steamy and great to get into!Keep reading
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