Rebel Seoul by Axie Oh

Rebel Seoul by Axie Oh

I sought this book out as a potential book talk for my diverse books presentation last month. When I found out that it was a science fiction/dystopian novel fully-immersed in Korean culture, I was sold! It’s not every day that you find Asian rep in speculative fiction (although it is […]

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

I can’t really tell you why I waited so long to finally read this one. I have been hearing about this book since well before it came out because Laura read it early, and she has continued to read it 4 times over the last year. And when a person […]

My Rainbow Reads Recommendations!

My Rainbow Reads Recommendations!

On this last day of Pride Month, I just wanted to recommend some queer books for you to keep readingĀ  for the rest of the year! I have broken down my recommendations by LGBTQIAP letter. I am also including books that are on my TBR that I am excited about […]

A Line in the Dark by Malinda Lo

A Line in the Dark by Malinda Lo

Malinda Lo is an author I have been wanting to read for a while now, and preparing for my diverse books presentation gave me the excuse to pick this one up! And I must say, overall I enjoyed this! I love a good mystery/thriller with an unreliable narrator, and Jess […]

Water in May by Ismee Amiel Williams

Water in May by Ismee Amiel Williams

I picked this one up because I was actively seeking out a realistic fiction YA with a Latinx character and came across this quiet YA novel. To be honest, I hadn’t really heard anything about this or seen anyone talk about it, but oh man am I glad I picked […]

Reading Round-Up: March 2018

Reading Round-Up: March 2018

Reading Round-Up is an end of the month recap of my reading life, including books read, reading stats, and reading challenge updates! It’s just an easy way for me to track my reading life! March was a long month that went by really quickly (I do realize that is an […]