I know in the month of valentine all my thematic post should be rooting for romance and spread the love, but I also want to talk about another important topic regarding romance in books. It seems like many books lately are forcing unecessary romance on the story. Maybe because I’m not really a romantic type? […]Read More Romance: Is it really necessary to have it in EVERY YA book?
Never Fade by Alexandra Bracken ebook, 421 pages Published October 29th 2013 by Disney Publishing Worldwide DNF at 60% Ruby never asked for the abilities that almost cost her her life. Now she must call upon them on a daily basis, leading dangerous missions to bring down a corrupt government and breaking into the minds […]Read More Why I DNF’ed Never Fade by Alexandra Bracken
Happy chinese new year! Chinese new year is definitely my favorite holiday apart for christmas. It’s a day filled with meeting relatives, delicious chinese food, and of course, hongbao! For those of you who doesn’t know, hongbao is the chinese red envelope usually distributed to the young unmarried relatives, filled with money. It’s been a […]Read More The Lunar New Year Book Tag
Happy (almost) valentine’s day! In case you haven’t noticed, I always try to do some themed-post when it comes to special day or holiday, for example is the otp book tag and ultimate otp list in 2016. In 2017, I did the book courtship tag and a discussion about insta-love. You can revisit them if […]Read More Favorite Non Canon Ships
Hi guys, welcome to another edition of screen rambles! For those of you who are not familiar, this is a monthly features where I talk rambles about all the movies and shows I watched in the previous month. I was in a holiday for the first week and the last week two weeks of January, […]Read More Screen Rambles: January
Hi guys, welcome to another post of top 5 wednesday! This week’s topic is my favorite M/M couple! I have to shamefully admit, I don’t read a lot of LGBT+ books, causing me to not get enough exposure to LGBT+ couples. It is something I’d love to improve this year, so recommendations are greatly appreciated! […]Read More Top 5 Wednesday #30: Favorite M/M Couple
If there’s a paranormal being I’d love to read more, it’s definitely Fey and Necromancer. However, they are pretty rare being to encounter in YA fantasy or paranormal compared to their vampires, werewolves, mermaids, and witches siblings. I really don’t understand why not many people write more books about them, and why not many people […]Read More The Rise of Faes and Necromancer