Yay for another Down the TBR Hole post! I’ve been keeping up with these quite well because they’re fun to make, and I’m also cleaning up my TBR list at the same time! Hurray for being productive. Keep reading to see which books will be staying, and which will be going this week!
Name: Match Stix Trio Brand/Company: Fenty Beauty What: Makeup sticks (1 contour, 1 conceal, 1 highlight) Shades: Linen, Amber, Starstruck Source: Personal purchase from Sephora Blurb: A magnetized trio of long-wear, light-as-air makeup sticks curated by skin tone, with two Match Stix Matte Skinsticks to conceal and contour, and one Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick to highlight.
Title: Timekeeper Author: Tara Sim Type: Fiction Genre: YA, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Steampunk, GLBT Publisher: Sky Pony Press Date published: November 8, 2016 A digital copy of this book was kindly provided by the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. I was in an accident. I got out. I’m safe now. An alternate Victorian world… Read More Timekeeper by Tara Sim (ARC Review)
Welcome to my very first Indigo Teen Staff Pick of the Month blog post! If you’ve been following my Instagram, you might have noticed that I’ve been posting about the Indigo Teen Staff Picks since November. But I never talked about them on the blog. Well, this was originally Milana’s idea (from A Couple Reads),… Read More Indigo Teen Staff Pick of the Month: January 2018
Ahhhh look at that new TTT header! I absolutely love it. So fresh and crisp … and it goes so nicely with my new theme too! Sorry, I’m a dork for good graphics, hehe. This week we’re keeping in the spirit of the “New Year New You” subject by listing our top 10 bookish resolutions/goals.… Read More Top Ten Tuesday #39: Top Ten Bookish Resolutions/Goals
I love participating in cover reveals! They’re so much fun, and I can just feel readers’ excitement when they open the post and see the cover for the first time (especially when the cover is as pretty as the one for Mercury Rises)! Continue reading to see the lovely cover for this Robin Hood retelling!
Happy Monday everyone! And also happy #ARCstravaganza day! This week I’ll be featuring a book that I feel like not enough people have heard about! I haven’t really seen it featured on social media or in other blog posts at all! So, I thought that I would spread the word! This book sounds really intriguing,… Read More #ARCstravaganza (#26): Your One & Only by Adrianne Finlay
And we’re done Six of Crows! I can’t believe it. But maybe I should…because December ended up being crazy for myself as well as most of the participants who were discussing stuff with me in the Twitter group chat for this readalong. This readalong was supposed to end near the end of December, but ended up… Read More Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo Readalong (Discussion 3: Chapters 31-46)
This post took quite a while to actually plan, write, and post! The reason for that is … December happened, and I had a lot of catching up to do in my reading and review-writing. Plus there’s also this little thing that I mention in almost all of these posts: writing about Japan is painful.… Read More Japan and Korea 2017 Day 7 (Part 1): Japanese Countryside, Fushimi Inari Fail, Cherry Blossom Ice Cream, and the Kiyomizu-dera Temple
Title: Sweet Bean Paste Author: Durian Sukegawa Translator: Alison Watts Type: Fiction Genre: Contemporary, Cultural, Japan, Asia Publisher: ONEWorld Publications Date published: November 14, 2017 Page Count: 209 Source: Publisher A physical copy of this book was kindly provided by the publisher and Raincoast Books, in exchange for an honest review. Sentaro has failed: he has a… Read More Sweet Bean Paste by Durian Sukegawa (Review)