Film/TV

august 2021 – wrap up

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…

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july 2021 – wrap up

I am a bit late with this one, but it has been a busy summer (and you can tell by the length of this wrap up). Without further ado, here is what I completed in July: I am Enough by Grace Byers This One Sky Day by Leone Ross The Falling in Love Montage by…

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june 2021- wrap up

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,…

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may 2021 – wrap up

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…

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AAPI films to watch

May is celebrated as Asian American / Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage month and with a few days left and the weekend coming up, I thought I’d share some AAPI films* that I’ve seen / plan to see. * AAPI films meaning, they are either by an AAPI director or has an AAPI lead Here are…

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april 2021 – wrap up

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.…

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march 2021 – wrap up

Hey there! Welcome to my March wrap up. This month was a light one and basically all of my read and watch activity was in the last third of the month. I was hoping to do more, but I just accepted that March was not the month for it. I had plans to complete at…

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films by women – 24hr marathon

Earlier this month, we celebrated International Women’s Day! … and I had this ✨brilliant✨ idea to do a marathon watching films by women about women. Actually, I’m currently doing a similar year long challenge and thought, well I could just marathon a few and more! I settled that Saturday, March 27 would be the date.…

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anticipated 2021 releases – films

It is no news that this pandemic shifted the film sphere in different ways. With that, the following are the films I hope to see, provided that the schedule stays fairly stable: BOOK-TO-FILM ADAPTATIONS The Woman in the Window I read the book in February last year and I’m excited to see how it plays…

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