June TBR

I am so excited for this upcoming month, not only because it's the best month of the year, but because of Pride! I've created an LGBTQIA+ Bingo and am super excited to get started (hope you will join!). My new school term has started so I am hoping that I will get to complete all… Continue reading June TBR

May Wrap-Up

This was a great month with a lot of really great stories. With everything going on in the world I was super happy to participate in the Asian Readathon. Especially since I recently found out through 23&Me that I am 100% Central and South Asian which made reading these diverse stories with Asian characters even… Continue reading May Wrap-Up

LGBTQIA+ Bingo

June is my favourite month of the year, and also the gayest ♡ To celebrate I've created this fun bingo card! This is the perfect way to help you stay motivated as you try to read as many LGBTQIA+ books as you can. Happy Pride! HOW TO USE Read book(s) that fit each prompt listed… Continue reading LGBTQIA+ Bingo

May TBR

I can't believe it's already May. I am so excited for all of these book and so happy to finally get started! Here are the books I am hoping to read this month, not including what I'm reading for the Asian Readathon: The Raven and the Dove by Kaitlyn Davis After suffering a fatal blow,… Continue reading May TBR

April Wrap-Up

Heyy, this was a crazy month for me, with exams and getting Covid, I am so excited to leave April in the past. I managed to read more than I thought I would, and I am excited to share these with all of you. The Dawn of the Witch By Tatsuwo, Kakeru Kobashiri Genre: Manga, Fantasy,… Continue reading April Wrap-Up

Asian Readathon 2021

This May I will be participating in the Asian Readathon. The Asian Readathon is a month-long reading marathon dedicated to reading books by Asian authors. As an Indian girl, I am super excited that an event like this is happening and so excited to participate. Read any book written by an Asian author. Hana Khan… Continue reading Asian Readathon 2021

My Favourite YA Antagonists

I am very new to the world of blogging and was considering what should be my first non-review post. As you can see by the title, this seems like the most obvious pick. I have always loved antagonists, but they make villains sexy for a reason, am I right or am I right. Disclaimer, I… Continue reading My Favourite YA Antagonists