Another month, another two books added to my collection. Nearly every day, I browse the web for some good book deals or new releases so I'm glad I can keep myself from buying each time. I can't wait until it's safe enough for a trip to the local bookstore and spend some money there! I've… Continue reading May | BOOK HAUL


It genuinely feels like May never existed. I read a decent number of books but I wasn't entirely into it, mostly worrying about things in the world and in the future. One fun thing is that I started reading ARCs! I have some fun ARC reviews planned in the next few months for books I've… Continue reading May | MONTHLY WRAP-UP

A Song Below Water | ARC REVIEW

*Thank you to NetGalley for a chance to read an ARC of this book for free, in exchange for an honest review.* ARC REVIEW A SONG BELOW WATER BY BETHANY C. MORROW EXPECTED RELEASE DATE2 June 2020 GENRESYA fantasy, contemporary MY RATING ★★★½  SYNOPSIS Bethany C. Morrow's A Song Below Water is the story for today’s readers —… Continue reading A Song Below Water | ARC REVIEW

Goodnight Mind for Teens | ARC REVIEW

*Thank you to NetGalley for a chance to read an ARC of this book for free, in exchange for an honest review.* ARC REVIEW GOODNIGHT MIND FOR TEENS: SKILLS TO HELP YOU QUIET NOISY THOUGHTS AND GET THE SLEEP YOU NEED BY COLLEEN E. CARNEY EXPECTED RELEASE DATE1 June 2020 GENRESSelf-help, teens & YA MY RATING… Continue reading Goodnight Mind for Teens | ARC REVIEW

Little Fires Everywhere | BOOK REVIEW

With Asian Heritage Month come many great opportunities to pick up some amazing books. It's my first time participating in Asian Readathon (or any readathon, really) and I decided to also take part in the Little Fires Everywhere Readalong and Watchalong! I see this as a way to discover new talented writers as well as diversify my bookshelf (which is something that really needed to be done).

Alicia Alonso Takes the Stage | ARC REVIEW

*Thank you to NetGalley and Rebel Girls for a chance to read an ARC of this book for free, in exchange for an honest review.* ARC REVIEW ALICIA ALONSO TAKES THE STAGE BY NANCY OHLIN (WRITER) AND JOSEFINA PREUMAYR (ILLUSTRATOR) (REBEL GIRLS) EXPECTED RELEASE DATE 18 August 2020 GENRESBiography, historical fiction, middle grade children's literature… Continue reading Alicia Alonso Takes the Stage | ARC REVIEW


Luckily for my poor wallet (being a book-loving student is not cheap) I only bought two books this month! Well, I also pre-ordered another one but I tend to forget about that until I get it. The two books I did get aren't exactly what I'd normally buy, which makes it all the more exciting!… Continue reading April | BOOK HAUL


I honestly feel like I've barely read this month even though I read just as much as I did in March. It could be that the four classics I read gave me more of a school vibe rather than a reading vibe. Nevertheless, April was a decent month for me despite the rather sad circumstances… Continue reading April | MONTHLY WRAP-UP

The Vanishing Deep | BOOK REVIEW

BOOK REVIEW THE VANISHING DEEP BY ASTRID SCHOLTE RATING ★★★★½ SYNOPSIS Seventeen-year-old Tempe was born into a world of water. When the Great Waves destroyed her planet, its people had to learn to survive living on the water, but the ruins of the cities below still called. Tempe dives daily, scavenging the ruins of a bygone… Continue reading The Vanishing Deep | BOOK REVIEW

Madame Bovary | CLASSIC REVIEW

BOOK REVIEW MADAME BOVARY BY GUSTAVE FLAUBERT  RATING ★★★★½ SYNOPSIS Bored and unhappy in a lifeless marriage, Emma Bovary yearns to escape from the dull circumstances of provincial life. Flaubert's powerful, deeply moving examination of the moral degeneration of a middle-class Frenchwoman is universally regarded as one of the landmarks of 19th-century fiction. (Goodreads) REVIEW “She… Continue reading Madame Bovary | CLASSIC REVIEW