I was scrolling through goodreads a few days ago when I notice a book called Scion by Josephine Angelini and it’s labelled as ‘Starcrossed #4’. In case you don’t know, Starcrossed is a YA retelling of the Trojan War where the descendants of the original characters of the myth have to repeat the cycle of … More Why I Rarely Pick Up Sequels of My Favorite Series
I’m a bit rusty at writing discussion but as I just DNF’ed 2 books and want to write this, so please bear with me 😅 DNFs – also known as Did Not Finish, used to be an unimaginable concept for me. Before blogging, I never DNF books. No matter how bad a book was, I … More 3 Signs You Probably Should DNF That Book
There will always a debate between series vs standalones, and while I love a quick read, I also love reading a series. Sure, I suck at finishing them; at this point, it feels like a life-long quest to finish some of my oldest series. But series gives the space for authors to develop the story, … More What Makes Me Read and Finish a Series?
I love writing book reviews. I think it’s universally agreed that book reviews is one of the least popular types of post in the blogging world, but I just love writing them. I created this blog to share my thoughts on the books I read and while it’s not always easy writing them, nor it … More 5 Elements that Determines How I Review and Rate My Books
So. 2019 hasn’t been the easiest reading year for me. I know I keep saying that 2019 isn’t my best year and I know I’m not the only one experiencing this. But usually, when I have a hard year, books and other forms of entertainment will always be there to cheer me up. To … More 2019 Bookish Reflection
Hello everyone! Recently, a t10w topic about favorite 2019 covers really attracted my attention. If you’ve been following me for a while, you know I’m easily attracted by pretty covers so imagine how happy am I to read countless posts with all the pretty covers! 😍 However, it also made me realize that there are … More What makes me love a cover? (+ favorite 2019 covers!)
If you don’t know it yet, April is the autism awareness month. Cait @ Paper Fury wrote this amazing posts that explains her experiences in writing autism and anxiety #ownvoices in her newest book, The Boy Who Steal Houses. I think that post has a lot of amazing points that can be applied to #ownvoices … More Does Unrelateable Representation Equals to Bad Representation?
Hello guys! I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while now, but never have the chance to do it. With me being in a reading slump, I think there’s no time like the present for me to post it! If you’ve been following me for a while, you might have seen me talked … More Why I Love Reading Fanfictions (+Some Recs!)
Hi guys! First discussion of the year, today we are going to talk about a topic that has been nagging on my mind for a while: the line in hate-to-love relationship, where the love interest actually worth to be redeemed or just manipulative, toxic person in general. I am totally guilty of enjoying enemies to … More Let’s Talk About: Enemies to Lovers trope and the boundaries between healthy and problematic storylines.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that I am the worst at finishing book series. With only 4 months left of 2018 (h O W????) and so many series left unfinished, suffice to say that I’m having a mini freak out. At this point, I don’t even know which one I should prioritize and which … More Series I want to finish before the year ends