March 2019 – Ten Books To Look Out For This Month

Let's break down the entire year into months when it comes to anticipated reads. January was really good on the releases and so was February and now it's time to search March for the ten most anticipated releases that everyone should add to their TBR. TEN MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF MARCH 2019 1. QUEENIE BY … Continue reading March 2019 – Ten Books To Look Out For This Month

Small Town Hearts by Lillie Vale || 4 Stars To Summer, Coffees, Cakes, and the sweetest Romance with a pinch of Friendship!

My first book by Roshani Chokshi and it did NOT disappoint! This book was everything I look for in a book: racial diversity, sexual diversity, fast pacing, puzzles, mystery, flirting, humor, a fictional squad that I'm ready to witch-brew to life, and great writing.

Guest Post || Clo [Book Dragons] Writes A Poem On Her Love For Books

Guest posts are one of the best ways to get some refreshing voices over on this blog and this time I have the lovely Clo [Book Dragons] who is not just a great blogger but also a really good poet. So get yourself ready to be blown away by this sweetest poem she has written to … Continue reading Guest Post || Clo [Book Dragons] Writes A Poem On Her Love For Books

February 2019 – Ten Books To Look Out For This Month

Let's break down the entire year into months when it comes to anticipated reads. January was really good on the releases it held and now it's time to search February for the ten most anticipated releases that everyone should have their eyes on. TEN MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF FEBRUARY 2019 1. ON THE COME UP … Continue reading February 2019 – Ten Books To Look Out For This Month

February 2019 – 15 Books On My TBR For This Month

The first month of 2019 marked the start of my new semester and I was drowned in a lot of new stuff that I wasn't expecting. So I, unfortunately, couldn't read through all the thirty books but I still managed to read 13 and I think I should celebrate that fact. Anyway, it's a new month and this time, I'm only fully committing to the titles I'm reading as part of a book club, buddy reading with someone, or the ARCs I have to read. So while I maybe end up reading more thank 15 books in February 2019, I'm hoping to get to these fifteen at least. So here are 15 books I'm planning to read in February 2019! BOOK CLUB PICKS THE WICKED KING BY HOLLY BLACK I'll be reading the sequel to the The Cruel Prince for Addicted to YA Book Club. It's a little far-fetched idea since I haven't read TCP yet but I'm hoping to finish … Continue reading February 2019 – 15 Books On My TBR For This Month

8 Most Anticipated Non-Fiction Books Releasing in 2019 || Help Yourself & Learn Through These Books

2019 is a year I'm trying to truly take up the adjective 'eclectic' so reading non-fiction books is a part of this. Which led me into searching for titles releasing in 2019 that will help me in this yearly goal of mine. So I decided to put these in a list for all the readers … Continue reading 8 Most Anticipated Non-Fiction Books Releasing in 2019 || Help Yourself & Learn Through These Books

The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi || 5 Stars To Diversity & Where To Sell My Soul So I Can Be A Part Of This Squad?

My first book by Roshani Chokshi and it did NOT disappoint! This book was everything I look for in a book: racial diversity, sexual diversity, fast pacing, puzzles, mystery, flirting, humor, a fictional squad that I'm ready to witch-brew to life, and great writing.

Two 4-Star Reads || Aldo by Yannick Pelegrin & Chameleon Aura by Billy Chapata

REVIEW Aldo is a smartly woven comic that takes you through different phases and thoughts of the main protagonist, Aldo, while not letting you actually be in charge of what's happening. Which means there are surprises at almost every turn and while some worked great, some only confused more, but as the pages were turned, it all … Continue reading Two 4-Star Reads || Aldo by Yannick Pelegrin & Chameleon Aura by Billy Chapata

8 Books With South-Asian Characters Releasing in 2019 || Make Your TBR More Brown

As an Indian, despite being born and brought up in a country (UAE) where a wide range of nationalities live, I've always looked forward to seeing more characters like me--more characters who I can relate to, more character who represent people like me. So here are sixteen books with brown (South-Asian) characters in them! HERE … Continue reading 8 Books With South-Asian Characters Releasing in 2019 || Make Your TBR More Brown

Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman

Rumi Seto spends a lot of time worrying she doesn’t have the answers to everything. What to eat, where to go, whom to love. But there is one thing she is absolutely sure of—she wants to spend the rest of her life writing music with her younger sister, Lea.Then Lea dies in a car accident, … Continue reading Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman