having a magical september | tbr

Hello, welcome back to a monthly TBR readathon post. I hope August was a successful reading month for you! As usual, I managed to read quite a bit. Since I only participated in two readathon in August, I found myself enjoying and relaxing much more. I wasn't too concerned with checking books off the list.… Continue reading having a magical september | tbr

keeping it chill in august | tbr

Hello! We're seven months into the year and I still feel like I'm in March. Why does this feel so exhausting? Although it's hard to find the silver lining in this already incredibly long marathon, I'm looking forward for an end to all of this mess we find ourselves in. Got fully vaccinated during the… Continue reading keeping it chill in august | tbr

can i balance work and reading? | july tbr

As an overambitious and competitive person, I couldn't resist joining three readathon this July with an insane list of books to read. With me just starting work (yayyy!!!), the chances of me finishing 70% of this TBR is super low but I'm going to try. My goal for July is just to have fun. Most… Continue reading can i balance work and reading? | july tbr

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