Song of the Crimson Flower | Julie C Dao | Review

Another review from the archives! I think I read this sometime in summer last year? Or fall? Or maybe not? Idk 😂 Anyways. Hope you are all enjoying your time at home and with your families (that is a nice way to put it, lol)! I'd also love to hear what you are reading/doing to... Continue Reading →

Let the Ghosts Speak | review | Bryan Davis

Hey everyone! I want to say that I seriously hope that you have all been staying safe during this COVID pandemic. I know everyone is saying that and that at this point it might come across as cheesy - but I'm genuinely serious. Sending prayers out to you and all of your loved ones! On... Continue Reading →

No Chance Meeting (review!)

Hey again, everyone! Hope everyone's been having a good day! I just woke up from a nap (after two tests today + prepping for midterm next week) ... so it was much needed and I feel fantastic! Anyways, as promised, I'm back for my review of No Chance Meeting by Jaye Elliot. If you (somehow)... Continue Reading →

No Chance Meeting (deleted scene!)

Hey everyone! For all of my eastern America friends, I hope you've been enjoying the chilly weather! AND. HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY. Is it cheesy? Yes. A commercial holiday? Um, doubly yes. However! I kinda, lowkey love Valentine's Day?? For all of the couples out there - enjoy your cheesy day! For the single's - HAPPY... Continue Reading →

Emergency Contact | review | Mary HK Choi

Hi! First off, sorry for kind of disappearing for literally forever. Literally. This summer has had many high points, but also loads of low ones. So life's been crazy. (also prepping for college is insane) And! Internet sucks. Like, I've tried to binge-watch The Office, but have only gotten through season three. Hopefully, though, our... Continue Reading →

If We Were Villains | review | ML Rio

Hiya, fam! You know those books that you're, like, hey, you have a nice cover; cool synopsis ... but don't know if you will ever read? Yeah, that was me with M.L. Rio's If We Were Villains. And then, somehow, I ended up reading it. Loving it, rather. It's a mystery/contemporary set in the 90s,... Continue Reading →

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