Backlist Breakdown | Science Fiction & Fantasy

One of the reading goals I have for 2019 is tackling some of the backlists books on my TBR list. It’s arguably one of the most futile ideas I’ve ever had since I add new books almost daily, but I am stubborn enough that I think I’ll be able to at least put some kind of dent into it, somehow. I read quite widely – romance, … Continue reading Backlist Breakdown | Science Fiction & Fantasy

Spotlight on Susannah Nix

You know that smile that grows on your face, almost unassumingly as you fall in love with the characters and the story that you are reading? That smile that grows and grows, that creates a source of joy from within, that adds fuel to your desire to finish said book in one sitting and ignore everything and everyone else in your life? Well, that’s how … Continue reading Spotlight on Susannah Nix

Halfway Through CiviilyReads365

At the beginning of 2018, I set a number of challenges for myself. One of those challenges was to create a bookish Instagram account and post every single day, all 365 days, of 2018. So far, I’ve posted every single day of 2018. I’ve made 182 posts, with today’s being the 183rd post and I’m not stopping anytime soon. I set this challenge for myself … Continue reading Halfway Through CiviilyReads365

Recommendation for Young Adult Novels written by AAPI Authors

The young adult genre is one of the most expansive genres in publishing, in my opinion. From the diversity of topics and sub-genres to the range of ages that this genre covers, it is quite an amazing place to dive into and discover new stories. For many of us, this period in our lives is one of constant change, discovery, and realization. It’s also one … Continue reading Recommendation for Young Adult Novels written by AAPI Authors