dial a for aunties – jesse q. sutanto | review

Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Q. Sutanto StandalonePublished April 27th 2021 by BerkleyAge Range: AdultGenre: Contemporary, Mystery, RomanceRepresentation: Indonesian-Chinese cast Rating: ★★★★ Synopsis: A hilariously quirky novel that is equal parts murder mystery, rom-com, and a celebration of mothers and daughters as well as a deep dive into Chinese-Indonesian culture, by debut author Jesse… Continue reading dial a for aunties – jesse q. sutanto | review

15 Asian-authored books featuring siblings

Hi, welcome back~ Taking a break from reviews, today's post is a recommendation list! With it being Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month, I'm here with Asian-authored books featuring sibling relationships. In this list, some siblings are close while others are like strangers. Some relationships between the siblings are key aspects of the books… Continue reading 15 Asian-authored books featuring siblings

2021 contemporary + some historical standalone (jan-jun) | on my radar #3

back again with another ON MY RADAR segment in which i talk and babble about books that i'm excited about. this time, it's standalone in the contemporary and historical genre that are releasing in the first half of 2021. the contemporary (romance) genre is one of my favorite books to read whenever i'm feel like… Continue reading 2021 contemporary + some historical standalone (jan-jun) | on my radar #3