Five Reasons Why Bookish Pictures Are A Great Way To Show Your Love For Books || Bookstgaram 101 – Post 1

The Bookstagram 101 series is finally here! I’ve been meaning to put together all these thoughts, tips, and advises for everyone who already has a bookstagram as well as for those who are looking into starting one. And the first post is all about an introduction to bookstagram aka ‘an Instagram post about books’.


Five Fun & Amazing Content Ideas For Your Book Blog || Get Out Of The Blogging Slump Without Much Effort

Ever found yourself in a blogging slump? That weird time window where everything looks fun to read and be inspired from but nothing motivates you enough to actually create and post is the worst. It can make any blogging task seem too much of a work rather than something you do out of passion or happiness. And we absolutely don’t want that. So here’s a list of easy to write or create ideas to come up with some fresh content for your book blog!


The Poppy War by R.F. Kuang || 5 Stars To Calling God’s Powers & A War Story

The Poppy War is a story centred around war and the gruesome politics, violence, and dark themes that come along with it. Set during the Second Sino-Japanese War, it takes opium as a source to possess shamanic powers to consequently, destroy in order to save. The themes of lost humanity, gore violence, calling Gods, and doing too many wrong things while aiming for what’s right can quickly turn dark, but I’m all here for such exploration so this is easily one of my favourite fantasy books ever!


Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston || 5 Stars To A Gay Prince And A Bisexual First Son Falling In Love

Red, White & Royal Blue is a new adult novel that gives you everything one might love:

✔ hate turning to love in the purest possible way
✔ a royal descendant and son of the president falling in love
✔ dating away from everyone’s eyes
✔ sexual diversity
✔ individuality exploration
✔ personal and relationship growth through every page
✔ a squad to join
✔ fun banter


With The Fire On High by Elizabeth Acevedo || 5 Stars To A Delicious Recipe Of Diversity, Dreams, Coming-of-Age & Cooking!

With The Fire On High is the most delicious recipe of a coming-of-age, teenage parent who loves her daughter, Babygirl, to the ends of the world. There’s a core of racial and sexual diversity along with the hard recounting of a judgemental world while the base is all the dreams Emoni wants to see rise up. It’s a story worth devouring for all the characters who support and love this strong woman in every different way. Oh, and it’s topped with so much food, so many recipes, and so many musical recounting of the flavors of a dish!