I don’t know what kind of weird lightning that struck me over night, but now all I can think about is YA books. No, listen. For those of you who have been following this blog for some time, you know that I barely read…
As I get older, there seems to be more and more moments where I would take some time and look back at the things that I have learned. Be it by experience or through active studying. This year, it’s no different. While 2019 hasn’t…
For what I first assumed would be a short and sweet two-parter, this “Korean Drama of the 2010s Decade” list turned out to be more of a walk down the memory lane than I first expected it to be, thus, making it to grow…
I think your girl is starting of 2020 right by barraging back into the reading world like I didn’t do in 2019. This time around, I decided to re-read one of my favorite YA books, Shadow and Bone Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo. Continue reading 12 More YA Books Similar to Shadow and Bone Trilogy By Leigh Bardugo
First, let me say thanks to the KDrama lords––and amazing actors, actresses, producers and directors––for giving us ample amount of amazing Kdramas in 2019. For this new decade of 2020, would you be so kind as to helping a girl out with bringing more…
Ah ah ah, we are already well into the new year, and your girl is still just as obsessed about The Folk of Air series by Holly Black. Especially the second installment to the series, The Wicked King.
Continuing Jude’s exile to the human world, Jude’s journey continues in book 3 of Folk of the Air series, Queen of Nothing.
Power is much easier to acquire than it is to hold onto. Jude learned this lesson when she released her control over the wicked king, Cardan, in exchange for immeasurable power.
Continue reading Book Review : The Queen of Nothing (The Folk of the Air #3) By Holly Black
Girls and boys, Happy New Year 2020! Can’t believe you’re still here after all the weird shenanigans and gifs that I’ve inserted all these years be it regarding book reviews, movie recommendations and whatnot.
Did you think I have forgotten all about the popular LGBT books published in 2019 due to all the hype of celebrating the New Years?
Your girl has just finished binge-reading The Folk of The Air series by Holly Black a few days back, and let me just tell you, I have been stuck in a reading slump for
a good part of the whole 2019, and by randomly deciding to crack open The Cruel Prince and give it a read, this series quite single-handedly drag me out of my reading slump with a force of 100 horses.