My Most Anticipated 2021 Releases // Asian Books & Sapphics Are Coming to Save the 20s

Happy new year, everyone!

Yes, I know that I disappeared again in December, but it’s because I was reading 26 books in a desperate rush to complete my Goodreads challenge (but that’s a story for another day). Today I’m bringing you my most anticipated books of 2021. There are probably about five more 2021 releases I can name that I have my eyes on, but for the sake of keeping this post short, I’ve narrowed my list down to 14 books!

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Recommending Some Diverse Books I’ve Read This Year!

Sadly, I’m running out of post ideas and burning out.

So I hope you can forgive me if this post isn’t very good and I’m less active these days. I scrapped a bunch of post ideas before I finally settled on recommending a few diverse books I’ve read this year. This is only a small selection of diverse books worth reading, and I could really do better at reading and promoting diverse books (we all could). But I hope you’ll find some books to pick up here! Ownvoices books are so important, and you should read them instead of books by problematic authors. 🙃

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Midyear Book Freak-out Tag // My Reading Year Has Been Drier Than the Sahara Desert…

It’s Mid-Year Book Freak-out tag season!!

I’m kinda late to the Midyear Book Freak-out wave, but shhhh. July 1 is the actual middle of the year, so I’m technically on time. I’m sure you already know what this tag is about, so let’s just get into it!! Thank you so much to the wonderful Caro @ Book Cheshire Cat for tagging me!

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CAITLIN READS: 2020 Releases with F/F Romances // ft. The Midnight Lie, You Should See Me in a Crown, & more!

I really had to speed-read in order for this post to go up before the end of Pride Month, and I’m so happy that I made it!

This month’s Caitlin Reads is Pride-themed. As you can tell from the title, I’ll be reading f/f books that were released this year. I’m so excited, because I absolutely love boosting f/f books. It sucks that so many people say that there there are no f/f books, or that there are no good f/f books. I’m excited to prove them wrong in today’s post! (Also, I’m so sorry there was no Caitlin Reads in May. I wasn’t able to finish the books in time. 😔)

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