Welcome to me screaming about two of my most favourite things in the world!
It is after I change my blog’s name that I finally decide to talk about music here. Love that for me.
K-pop is something I’ve loved dearly for almost two years at this point. From initially getting into it after listening to BTS’ Boy With Luv in 2019 to listening to countless K-pop artists every single day, the music genre has inevitably become a huge part of my life. The thing about K-pop that I love is the overall relatable and catchy music and the wonderful storytelling through both music videos and lyrics which truly makes them different from other mainstream artists.
I started reading diversely in mid-2020 and have fallen in love with it ever since. Though I’ve been reading ever since I can remember, diverse books have had a huge impact on me because seeing myself and people from all around the world being represented in literature gives me nothing but joy.
So today I am going to mixing both these things and recommending some books based on K-pop songs (or I may be indirectly brainwashing you all to listen to K-pop, no one will ever know 😎)
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It is time i scream about my favourites and diss my least favourite books
Many bloggers are wrapping up their reading and are sharing their favourite and least favourite books along with some very specific stats which I don’t have because I
was clueless and lazy just figured out spreadsheets.
So me being me I am going to write a very long post, instead of two because I don’t have the time nor patience for two posts :D
I thankfully did not read many bad books this year so only I have 4 books which I didn’t really enjoy. On the other hand I read MANY amazing books so I had to narrow down my list to 10!
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Hello there! So 2021 is around the corner which means 1)This year is FINALLY over and 2)More books are gonna release! Not to mention that this little headspace of mine is turning one soon 🥺
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I don’t stop screaming about certain books I like (take We Are Not Free as an example) for a LONG time or until everyone I know has read it. So in today’s post i’ll be going over 15 books I potentially won’t stop screaming about.
So without further ado let’s get into the post because this list is long and only the 1/4 of the books I want to/will want to read, releasing next year because TBR>Life expectancy. Again most of these are books by Asian authors and all of them are by BIPOC so don’t forget to hype up the authors after reading this post!
Continue reading “Some Of My 2021 Anticipated Releases (feat. Asian Books and Pretty Covers)“
It’s almost the end of the year and people are finishing their 2020 reading challenge
unlike me who didn’t even do one and most are reading two or even more books at the same time. Now how the heck do y’all even do this? If you are one of those talented people who can read multiple books at the same time, please accept me as your disciple and teach me your ways.
I feel that reading is almost considered a challenge at this point, which of course isn’t bad, so people try to read as much as they can so that they can be looked upon as a ‘reading god’ of some sort. In my opinion, whether you read one book a month or twenty, its good for you and you do it because you genuinely enjoy it.
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Hello there! So last night I was on my Goodreads
instead of actually reading and was adding more books to my already extremely long TBR.
I stumbled upon reviews of Smash It! and A Deadly Education which pointed out how problematic these books are, which made me wonder, What should we do with problematic books? What actually makes a book problematic?
So today my friends, I am going to show off my poor discussion skills in another discussion post! without any further ado, lets get straight into the post!
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