clear ur shit v. 1.5 + studio ghibli | june readathon tbr

Hey everyone! Since it's the start of a new month, here's a new TBR. With June being Pride month, other than the books in this post, I'll be reading quite a bit of LGBTQIA+ novels. If you have any you're looking forward to or absolutely loved, recommend them to me! Since June has arrived, I'll… Continue reading clear ur shit v. 1.5 + studio ghibli | june readathon tbr

celebrating AAPI heritage month: asian readathon, armydathon, desertathon | may tbr

May will be a month of clearing my ARCs and reading as many Asian-authored books as I can. asian readathon https://twitter.com/asianreadathon/status/1385300663886778369 official prompts promptbook chosenby asian authorgearbreakers – zoe hana mikutafeature asian protagonistarsenic and adobo – mia p. manansalaby asian author in favorite genresisters of the snake – sasha & sarena nanuanon-fiction by asian authorknow my… Continue reading celebrating AAPI heritage month: asian readathon, armydathon, desertathon | may tbr

mythothon + BTS: just the right amount of backlisted and new releases | april TBR

hello, everyone! i know i say this every time we're at the start of a new month but WHY IS TIME PASSING SO QUICKLY? it didn't feel like too long ago that i compiled by March TBR. how is it already April? spring is here. one of the things on my bucket list is to… Continue reading mythothon + BTS: just the right amount of backlisted and new releases | april TBR

tropes, taylor swift and r u afraid of the dark? | march readathon tbr

now that it's march, it feels like 2020's march again. to be honest, nothing much has changed since last year. i remember the chaos that ensued after news of COVID came out and the subsequent country-wide lockdown. on top of that, i just attended my friend's university convocation and felt a little bittersweet because it… Continue reading tropes, taylor swift and r u afraid of the dark? | march readathon tbr

collecting ALL toy story’s toys… hopefully… | february tbr

it's february! for this month, i'm just going to focus on one readathon (r u surprised?) because i'm going to be busier. but, as you'll notice, this tbr still have a hefty amount of books with about 38 books. while i do normally stick to my assigned tbr pretty closely, with it being Black History… Continue reading collecting ALL toy story’s toys… hopefully… | february tbr

2021 year-long reading challenges ✧*

one reason that helped me achieve my strongest reading year ever is the year-long reading challenges that i had set out to complete at the start of 2020. i had the best time coming up with a tbr. stuck to some initial reads and changed others when i found necessary. though this might feel like… Continue reading 2021 year-long reading challenges ✧*

new year, more books | january tbr

HAPPY NEW YEAR, FRIENDS! with the brand new year, i'm hoping for a happier and more cheerful year. instead of the horrid that the world had experienced in the past year, may 2021 be better and brighter. as i'm predicting 2021 to be a busier year, i'm unsure how well reading this year is going… Continue reading new year, more books | january tbr

final readathon tbr for 2020 | blogmas day 1

hello dear friends! how crazy is it that 2020 is going to be over after this month? this year has been surreal and feel like a fever dream. cheers to the end of a nightmarish year. i don't know how next year will be. a little pessimistic about things but shall not think too much… Continue reading final readathon tbr for 2020 | blogmas day 1

from childhood fave to gruesome adult fantasy | november tbr

how is it already the second last month of 2020?! in hopes of completing all my year-long reading challenges, most of my tbr for the remaining of the year will be full of books that i still have to get to. one of my goal in 2020 is to read as much backlisted books as… Continue reading from childhood fave to gruesome adult fantasy | november tbr

this is halloween: gothtober, screamathon, trick-or-t(read)athon | october tbr

welcome to my october tbr in which i feel like i'm drowning in all sorts of gore-y, thrilling and mysterious books. to counter that, i chose some light-hearted and non-murder books. as expected of the spooky month, all of the three readathon i'm joining are month-long halloween-related. frankly, i'm in love with the vibes. as… Continue reading this is halloween: gothtober, screamathon, trick-or-t(read)athon | october tbr