Hello and welcome my fellow Rick Riordan Addicts (its fine even if u never read his books)
Today ya girl is back with another unpopular opinion. I don’t know why but the first two books of the Trials Of Apollo series took me two months each to read.
Don’t get me wrong, Rick Riordan’s books, especially the Percy Jackson and The Heroes Of Olympus series will ALWAYS be in my heart, but I really struggled to read The Trials Of Apollo. Why? You may ask, Let me explain-
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Looks like someone gave up on thinking of creative names for wrap-ups.
Hi everyone! If anyone can define time, please let me know. I have just lost track of everything at this point. This year was like: January, February, Maaaaaarchh, AprilMayJuneJulyAugust.
So I usually post my monthly wrap-us on the last day of the month but
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I was too lazy this post took me too much time to write. Anyways, lets see how my August went!
Hi everyone!! *excited noises* Welcome or welcome back to my blog! Today I am going to be reviewing We Are Not Free by Traci Chee as a part of the book tour hosted by Colored Pages Bookish Tours!
Before we get into the post, I would like to say that this book may or may not have become my new favourite book 👀👀
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Hello everyone! So a few months ago, I made a list of all the Historical Fiction books on my TBR and it was a really fun post to write!
Today I am going to be listing the books with diverse characters I want to read. This list has books with people of color and lgbtq+ characters.
So without further ado, lets get straight into the post!
Continue reading “Books By AOC With Characters Of Color On My TBR|Organise With Me pt.2“
Hello humans! So its looking like someone’s brain is finally working. And oh, proper blog banners.
So in my last post, I reviewed The Bookweaver’s Daughter and was and still am very disappointed with the book. I am not gonna rant too much about because I already did that in the book review post.
After reading it, I felt the need to read books which were actually accurate but then I thought, what makes a book, an #OwnVoices book? Lets take a look at it together, shall we?
Continue reading “Discussing The #OwnVoices Label|What Does It Mean And Why We Need It In Books“