September Wrap-Up & Books I’ve Won

September started out uneventful, hadn’t read a book much on the first week, not even a sniff, well not until its second week. And turned out quiet of a reading streak for me. Who knew? I had a continuous hit reads, up to my last book for this month. And I have won a couple of books from giveaways I have joined it’s really amazing. Without further ado, my September…

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Books I’ve Read

What the Woods Keep – Katya de Becerra

Review

A Blade So Black – L.L. McKinney

Review | Guest Post

What the Woods Keep         A Blade So Black

If The Dress Fits – Carla de Guzman

The Queen’s Game – Carla de Guzman

Reviews for both If the Dress Fits and The Queen’s Game

If The Dress Fits     The Queen's Game

Trashy Romance Novel – Jacqueline E. Smith Continue reading “September Wrap-Up & Books I’ve Won”

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August Wrap-Up & Birthday Haul + Granted Bookish Wishes

I think this is the best birthday yet! Despite aforementioned mom traveling, her not around for my birthday and my dad for that matter he’s gone back schooling… Anyways, I have been bonding with my two sets of grandparents (both of my parents, parents.) were there with me and my brother for two weeks. It was back to memory lane, for them I wasn’t even born yet. They told me stories about them around my age even younger and told me about my parents being babies too. It sure feels weird. Continue reading “August Wrap-Up & Birthday Haul + Granted Bookish Wishes”

July 2018 Wrap-Up

July has been a very interesting month for me. My mom asked me to help her with booking and packing for her trip. It has been really fulfilling, after all those long queues. Afterward, I even convinced her to read The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer. Hahaha, okay going back… After wrapping-up June I silently vowed to read 15 books this July. And here’s how it went:

Books Read:

Gold Shadow by L.C. Perry

Gold Shadow (Bronze Rebellion #1)

All’s Fair in Blog and War by Chrissie Peria

All's Fair in Blog and War

Sadie by Courtney Summers

Sadie Continue reading “July 2018 Wrap-Up”

June 2018 Wrap-Up

It is time to wrap things up for June. If you haven’t noticed I dropped my suppose to be the monthly to-be-read act and just go straight to read whatever I feel like to read. And it felt so much better. I never can follow a list set to be read. I typically read books on what I feel like. And it is safe to say that I have succeeded.

Books I have read:

The Art if Escaping by Erin Callahan

The Art of Escaping

What I liked about it:

  • diversity of characters
  • a refreshing character interest of focus plot on
  • there was no romance in it
  • love the approach of narration

Second Wave Summer by Six De Los Reyes, Tara Frejas Jay E. Tria

Second Wave Summer

It has themes of:

  • summer festivals
  • dealing with own happiness
  • new set of book boyfriend feels
  • chemistry/cross-over of characters
  • it’ll give you bagnet and champorado cravings

Sister’s Entrance by Emtithal Mahmoud

Sisters' Entrance

What I liked about it:

  • it was raw
  • tackled on topics of genocide, racism, war, so much-much more
  • empowering
  • nothing repetitive

Body Swap by Sylvia McNicoll Continue reading “June 2018 Wrap-Up”

April & May 2018 Wrap-Up

It’s that time where we reflect on how and what we did it in a month! Here is mine.

If you haven’t noticed I didn’t post a wrapped up post about last month’s TBR Haul. The reason behind it was I was not able to finish them all (I know- I know). I have finished these books in between the last week of April through the end of May. And I call it a success.

Here were April TBR Books

Six of Crows & Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

Six of Crows (Six of Crows, #1)

Crooked Kingdom (Six of Crows, #2)

AHHHHHH! I cannot stress enough how much I love and enjoyed this series. I hope I will get another chance to meet Leigh Bardugo again because she owes me a hug! You won’t regret reading this series.

From the world building of these two, plot details, action sequences, characters, gods especially them, the diversity and how well written everything in here is everything. My heart pops with pain and joy.

Continue reading “April & May 2018 Wrap-Up”

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