Hello to my fellow bloggers and bookworms. Today, I’d like to go through some of the books I’m looking forward to read in June.
First of all, it feels inappropriate to not acknowledge what has happened in America over the past week. I believe that protesting racism and systematic oppression is as much of the responsibility of white people, if not more, than people of colour.
As someone who doesn’t live in America, I cannot protest with you. I can however, access resources that are available to me digitally. Starting this month, I’d like to read more non-fiction books to educate myself, so I can become a better ally. I hope some of you will join me in this endeavour.
Continue reading “JUNE READING PLANS”
Hello bookworms! I hope you’re having a great weekend. Today I’m going to briefly talk through all the books I plan to read in May.
Reading wise, I had a bit of a dreary April. Whilst I read a lot of books that I loved and rated highly, when I look back on them, I wasn’t really taken by surprise with any of those books. (Probably because a few of them were rereads…) And so a lot of my SFF, Romance and Thriller book picks for May were chosen because I want to be shocked or surprised.
May is also Asian Pacific Heritage month, and my favourite YouTuber Cindy from Reading with Cindy is hosting her annual Asian Readathon during May. I’ve chosen a book for each of the genres I typically read each month: SFF, Romance and Thriller. I love the challenges this year and can’t wait to participate and read some amazing books!
Continue reading “MAY READING PLANS”
Hello bookworms! How are you? I’m preparing my self-isolation reading tbr for April, and decided that because I have so much free time, I need to revisit some of my all-time favourite books!
Hello bookworms! How are you? Today I’m coming to you with my March TBR which I’ve dubbed ‘Mermaid March’… I guess? Which sounds lame as I pen it now. But in February, I set myself a fantasy challenge because I liked the alliteration of ‘Fantasy February.’ I ended up reading 8 out of the 11 books on that TBR and enjoyed most of them. So I’m continuing with alliteration trend because it’s working for me so far. 😊
Hello everyone, happy Monday! How are you? I have so many plans for the month of February, which involve prioritising some fantasy series that have been on my shelf for a while. And of course as it’s the month of looove I will be reading romance books, but really that’s no different from any other month really?!