Romance Recs by AAPI Authors | 2020 Edition

Today we’re tackling my updated recommendation list of romance novels written by AAPI authors. Romance is hands down, my favourite genre of all the genres. Not only is it the one I read the most, but it’s also the one I recommend the most. Here’s the link to my original 2018 romance recommendation post [link]. Again, these are my recommendations for books that I’ve read … Continue reading Romance Recs by AAPI Authors | 2020 Edition

Non-Fiction Recs by AAPI Authors | 2020 Edition

Next up in my updated recommendation list of books written by AAPI authors in non-fiction. I never read much non-fiction when I was younger, but the older I get the more interested I’ve become in the genre, and in particular, memoirs. Here’s the link to my original 2018 post of non-fiction books recommendations written by AAPI authors [link]. Again, these are my recommendations for books … Continue reading Non-Fiction Recs by AAPI Authors | 2020 Edition

Fiction Recs by AAPI Authors | 2020 Edition

About two years ago I wrote several blog posts dedicated to recommending books written by AAPI authors – ranging from romance to non-fiction and everything in between. To commemorate this year’s Asian Heritage Month in Canada and Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the U.S., I’m going to be posting an updated list of recommendations of books written by AAPI authors. These are … Continue reading Fiction Recs by AAPI Authors | 2020 Edition

Winter 2020 | Reflection

Hi, it’s been a while. Spring is finally on the horizon. Well, hopefully, because I’m really tired of the snow and shovelling and the cold, bone-chilling winter weather. These last two months have felt like the longest two months of the whole year, January in particular. It felt like the first month of the New Year would not end and just kept going and going … Continue reading Winter 2020 | Reflection

Favourite Books So Far of 2019

I’ve read a fair number of books so far this year, surpassing the 50-book goal that I set nearly every year. It’s a goal that I didn’t reach last year, which makes me revel in the feeling that I at least accomplished one of the goals I set for 2019. But enough of that – let’s get to my favourite books I read so far … Continue reading Favourite Books So Far of 2019