Recommendations for Poetry written by AAPI Authors

Poetry is the next stop on my month-long recommendations of books written by AAPI authors. Again, I want to state that these are my personal recommendations for books that I’ve read and loved or books that are on my TBR list. This is in no way a comprehensive and exhaustive list of the number of English-language published poetry collections written by authors of Asian and … Continue reading Recommendations for Poetry written by AAPI Authors

Recommendations for Comics & Graphic Novels written by AAPI Authors

To continue with my month-long recommendations of books written by AAPI authors, we’re going to step into the world of comics and graphic novels next. Again, I want to state that these are my personal recommendations for books that I’ve read and loved or books that are on my TBR list. This is in no way a comprehensive list of the number of English-language published … Continue reading Recommendations for Comics & Graphic Novels written by AAPI Authors

Recommendations for Romance Novels written by AAPI Authors

May marks Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the U.S. and Asian Heritage Month in Canada. To commemorate this month of celebrating Asian and Pacific Islander history, culture, traditions, and language, I’ll be spending the entire month of May recommending books written by Asian Americans (Canadians, Brits, and etc.) across a variety of genres including fiction, non-fiction, YA, science fiction and fantasy, and … Continue reading Recommendations for Romance Novels written by AAPI Authors

April 2018 | Book Musings

I know I’ve said this before, but seriously, this year has just flown by and I cannot believe that April is already over. Well, almost over. There are a few more days to go, but still, May is on its way and there’s nothing stopping it. I really got back into my reading groove in April. I actually read the most books in a single … Continue reading April 2018 | Book Musings

Feb & Mar 2018 | Book Musings

As April approaches, I seriously wonder where February and March have gone. The past two months have gone by in a blur. Between school, work, and both of my parents falling ill, it’s all been a bit mad, to say the least. I’m slowly starting to regain, I wouldn’t say balance, but at least some of the solidity underneath my feet. I’m not a huge … Continue reading Feb & Mar 2018 | Book Musings