19 Books Released in 2019 That I Still Haven’t Read

Last year I published 18 Books Released in 2018 That I Still Haven't Read and it did so well that I've decided to make it a yearly thing. If there's one thing book lovers are good at, it's constantly adding books to our reading list and never getting around to actually reading them. This list … Continue reading 19 Books Released in 2019 That I Still Haven’t Read

My Favourite 2019 Blogging Moments Tag

My Favourite Blogging Moments tag

Hi, yes this is me showing up with a book tag after ages of radio silence. My schedule has been sporadic, I admire anyone who juggles a full-time job and a consistent blogging schedule😓. This is a tag created by Laura from The Book Corps. This post is going to be me patting myself on … Continue reading My Favourite 2019 Blogging Moments Tag

Blog Tour: The Sword of Kaigen by M.L Wang | Chills, Literal Chills ft Characters as Star Signs + International Giveaway

If I could describe this book as a Jake Peralta gif it would be this: This book is nothing short of amazing. I had literal goosebumps while I was reading it. It’s the type of book that reads like a movie in the best way possible. It is epic in every way, from the scene … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Sword of Kaigen by M.L Wang | Chills, Literal Chills ft Characters as Star Signs + International Giveaway

ARC Review: Daughters of Nri by Reni K Amayo | African Mythology, Feminism and the Power of Old Gods

A gruesome war results in the old gods' departure from earth. The only remnants of their existence lie in two girls. Twins, separated at birth. Goddesses who grow up believing that they are human. Daughters Of Nri explores their epic journey of self-discovery as they embark on a path back to one another. Strong-willed Naala … Continue reading ARC Review: Daughters of Nri by Reni K Amayo | African Mythology, Feminism and the Power of Old Gods

WWW Wednesdays: Japanese-Inspired Adventure, Light Rom-Coms and Reading Slumps

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If we’re being technical about it, I’m not really in reading slump. I just haven’t heard the time or energy to read lately. Ever since I started working full-time I haven’t been reading as much as I used to or blogging. I try to carve out some reading time on my journey to and from … Continue reading WWW Wednesdays: Japanese-Inspired Adventure, Light Rom-Coms and Reading Slumps

ARC Review: The Good Luck Girls by Charlotte Nicole Davis | Fantasy But Make It Dystopian

The Good Luck Girls is a novel about five girls escaping indentured servitude in a welcome house where they are forced into prostitution (I feel like this part isn’t very clear in the book summary and it’s kind of important information) and travelling across the Scab to freedom. What drew me to this book is … Continue reading ARC Review: The Good Luck Girls by Charlotte Nicole Davis | Fantasy But Make It Dystopian

10 Things I Learned From The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self Care

The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self-Care: From A to Z

“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-perseveration, and that is an act of political warfare.” – Audre Lorde I love that this book pours light on how the differences in gender, class, determine what self-care is for an individual. A lot of self-care tips are usually banking on capitalism, making self care a … Continue reading 10 Things I Learned From The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self Care