Before Reading: This was me when I saw this book randomly popping out of timeline on Twitter. "A Holly Bourne book? WHERE? DUDE, GIVE ME THE BOOK ALREADY! WHAT DO I DO TO GET IT?" A mistake that my past self has made is to not prioritize Holly's book. When she released her Normal series, there … Continue reading PH Blog Tour: It Only Happens In The Movies (Review, Playlist + Giveaway)
A PH blog tour hosted by Erika from The Nocturnal Fey for Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao.
A recap posted in the middle of the month? Shameeeeeee. Hello everyone! I missed you all. It's quite a long story on how I managed to finish this wrap-up, but let's leave it for another day. Bear with me for a while. This is not my typical wrap-up (but I mean, come on. My wrap-ups … Continue reading Anime Recaps and Japanese inspirations|| A Substitute Recap
One thing I love about 2017 is that it boasts a lot of diverse new releases. I once chatted with Tracey last year when I joined a chat featuring debut authors. Something about Gray Wolf Island caught my attention, which is probably the context of magical realism. Which is why when given the chance, I … Continue reading Sunday Street Team: Gray Wolf Island (Interview + Giveaway)
So you're probably wondering why this blog went sort off dead when I was doing really well in posting regularly. Suddenly I disappeared again, despite saying that I had more free time than ever. Well, event plannings happened, midterms, final exams for my last legitimate term before internship... You get the picture. (Actually, I also … Continue reading Fandom Features #4: Haikyuu!!
(I came back from the dead for this.) [null] C: > Initiate Warcross review post <Error.> User's brain not found. Try again? Hello. It has been a while. I'm just giving you a glimpse of my system glitch before I wrote this review. The brain cells are a little bit rusty. Wait, I am making … Continue reading PH Blog Tour: Warcross by Marie Lu
Before Reading: The book gods have been very good to me this year despite my ridiculousness. I am not very consistent this year, I have to admit. But in terms of books, I feel very lucky because the selection that I do want to read is the only thing that I read. The moment they … Continue reading Sunday Street Team: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue