Yes, I’m doing another book tag…
I’m running out of blog post ideas okay! Specifically, running out of blog post ideas that I’m motivated to actually do. Life is very wild for me right now, as in if something is not exciting I will drop it in five minutes, and this tag was the only thing I could actually manage to make myself write so…
Today I’m here to do the Stuck at Home book tag, specifically created for all of us stuck at home because of this lockdown! Thank you so much to Silvia @ Silvia Reads Books for tagging me—please go follow her, she has amazing recommendations not only for queer books but also queer TV shows, and she is also just the sweetest!!
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I have no other way to begin this post. You all know Percy Jackson is my number 1, so you can imagine how I reacted to the news about the series being adapted as a Disney+ 5-season series!!
I knew whatever I posted next on my blog had to be PJO related, because I cannot shut up about PJO now. I’ve broken a dam. So I looked for PJO book tags online, and I found two. Neither of them were exactly the type I was looking for, though, so I thought… why not make my own Percy Jackson book tag!!
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Is there anything as beautiful as feeling represented in media?
The Henna Wars was one of my most anticipated releases of the year, and I’m so excited for everyone else to be able to read and love this as much as I did. I expected a lot of things going in to this book, but I honestly was really surprised by how much I connected to the main character as a queer person of color!
I’m here today to hopefully convince you all to pick up this wonderful book. I know a lot of people are eagerly awaiting this book’s release, and you will not be disappointed!
Continue reading “ARC Review: The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar // The Delightfully Sapphic QPOC Romance of My (and Your) Dreams!”
Yes, I’m sure you’re ALL shocked by this post and did NOT see it coming!!
Today I’m here to stay on brand as always and recommend some books by Asian authors with Asian characters! These are perfect to read for any time of year, but especially in the month of May since it’s Asian Heritage Month and a great way to celebrate Asian voices is to read them.
I’ve talked about a lot of these books before, especially in this post recommending authors of color, but I never recommended them for Asian Heritage Month before so I thought why not! These are definitely not all the Asian books I’ve read, so be sure to check out my 2018 and 2019 posts as well. (It makes me happy to see how much bigger my lists have gotten.)
Most of these I’ve read since last May, so they’re “new”, but I have a tendency to, ah, talk about the same books… so everyone act surprised at certain books on this list okay! I’m talking about The Poppy War… Fang Runin fan club will be started by me.
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Did April even happen? Was it actually real?
April honestly felt like it lasted .2 minutes. I haven’t left the house in a over a month at this point (7 weeks going on 8 baby!!) and I’m pretty okay with that. But it truly does feel like only yesterday I started doing online school, and I can’t believe it’s already been over a month that things started getting really serious in the US!
Today I’ll be wrapping up what happened in April, including a very average reading month, a very above average writing month, and gay Thai dramas!!
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