Blog Tour Review + INTL Giveaway: Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen // finally, a good love triangle

And as I lunge and whirl my bo staff, dancing to the ancient drum beats, I feel all the parts of myself coming together: glad that a part of me is Chinese, a part of me American, and all of me is simply me.

Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen is one of my most anticipated 2020 releases. From its absolutely riveting cover, to its own voices Asian representation, there was no way I wasn’t gonna read it. When Karina @ Afire Pages posted the sign-ups for the blog tour, I immediately jumped at the chance to join (never mind that this post is late—I’m sorry for that)!

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5-Star Predictions Wrap-up + New Predictions

This post is very late. Very extremely late.

You guys probably don’t know, but back in July (yes, I know—so long ago), I made a six-book TBR consisting only of books that I thought would be 5-star reads. Yes, it took me months to finish a six-book TBR. Haha, you thought you were a mood reader? Think again.

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Mini Reviews of Three Hyped Books, ft. Vicious, The Fever King and The Queen of Nothing

Like every reviewer ever, I’ve accumulated a backlog of reviews to write that I’ll probably die before I get to.

Welcome to my first round of mini-reviews!! Hopefully, doing these will help me finally review the books I promised a review for ages ago. And for my first round of mini-reviews, I’m gonna be reviewing three hyped books. Did they live up to the hype? Read on to find out!

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The Sword of Kaigen by M.L. Wang // Next-Level Fight Scenes & the Strength of a Mother

She had taken every hardship like a stroke of a hammer, turning it into strength.

Hello, friends! First of all, I am so sorry for my inactivity these past few days. I want to reply to comments and write posts, but school is sucking all the time and energy away from me.

I also haven’t blog hopped in what feels like forever, and I feel bad. I’ve been reading a few posts here and there, but I never have the time to comment, even though I really want to. And I know that it isn’t a big deal at all, but I do feel slightly guilty about it, and I feel like I owe you guys an explanation!

Second of all, welcome to my stop on the #TheSwordofKaigenBlogTour! This tour is hosted by Karina @ Afire Pages, in partnership with SoK’s author, M.L. Wang. Read on the find out all my thoughts on this underrated gem!

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Review: Muse of Nightmares (Strange the Dreamer #2) by Laini Taylor

Once upon a time there was a silence that dreamed of becoming a song, and then I found you, and now everything is music.

I’ve wanted to read this book for forever now. After I finished Strange the Dreamer, I knew that I had to read its sequel. Now, a little more than a year later, I’ve finally read Muse of Nightmares, and I can affirm that this series is pure magic.

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