5 J/K-dramas From My Youth On Netflix

My interest in Japanese culture started early when I became friends with an adopted Japanese girl. But it wasn’t until I hit my teens that I started looking for pop culture to consume. Pokemon is still one of my favourite franchises, but I hungered for more. I read a ton of manga and watched a Read More

On My Mind: The Downside of Growth

I’ve always been hungry for knowledge and extremely curious. I devoured books since I was younger, so when I went to university and I could pick courses about all of my interests, I was delighted. If money wasn’t an issue, I’d go for my n-th degree and be a student forever. That’s not in the Read More

6 Fantasy Romances To Check Out This Valentine’s Day

It’s nearly the middle of February which means Valentine’s Day is coming up. Whether you love or hate the day, or don’t celebrate at all, it’s hard to escape. But in case you need some escapism or just a good romance story, here are five fantasy romances that came out since the beginning of the Read More

Book Tour: Ever Alice by H. J. Ramsay

Today’s book tour is a special one. It’s the first on my BBNYA book tours! Ever Alice by H. J. Ramsay ended in the tenth place of the 2020 awards, but the committee shared that all of the finalists were incredibly close to together. I think all of the finalists are winners because the quality Read More

Book Blogger Novel of the Year 2021

Last year, just before the holidays, the winners of the first annual Book Blogger Novel of the Year Award were announced. Now, the signups for this year are opening up, and I wanted to talk a bit about my experience on last year’s panel. For Panelists I knew when I first heard about BBNYA, I Read More

Review: The Citadel of Weeping Pearls by Aliette de Bodard

The Citadel of Weeping Pearls is the first book in the xuya universe written by Aliette de Bodard, and it’s available in the Kobo Plus program. I’ve read her other xuya book, The Tea Master and the Detective, before and loved it. This one was nothing like I expected though. In a good way. De Read More