I love books…and also love food! I wanted to put together two of my hobbies in this blog post. Below are just a few bookish recipes and related posts I recently found.
An up-and-coming genre of literature has been growing in popularity–and it has a name! This developing genre focuses on the age 18-30 demographic and is called New Adult Fiction. This term was coined around 2009 and has gained traction in recent years, in part due to the use of social media.
I have been trying to get back into reading again for fun. I graduated from university–and received my degree in the mail a few days before writing this post–and had been going through a bit of a reading slump. I think part of this slump was from excitement: I have so much to read, yet… Continue reading Recent Reads Roundup!
I have been wanting to read this comic collection ever since coming across it on social media. This short collection is about a young adult who enjoys reading. It covers various experiences with books, reading, and book-related interactions. This collection is in a watercolor-like style and is in all black and white. But usually with… Continue reading Book Love by Debbie Tung Review
She-Ra and The Princesses of Power was a Netflix series and a reboot of the original 80’s She-Ra Princess of Power. Although I watched a few episodes of the Netflix series (and did not grow up with the original series), I did really love the designs of the main characters in the reboot, especially the… Continue reading She-Ra: The Legend of The Fire Princess Graphic Novel Review
I’m sorry for the unannounced hiatus! I finished grad school recently, and needed to rest for a bit after dedicating myself to my studies. I’ve also been in a bit of a reading slump and dealing with a bit of writer’s block. I will try to make these update posts every so often. I might… Continue reading January 2021 Update: Reading Roundup, Status on Podcast, and Thoughts on TBRS
Some folks who follow me on Instagram may have noticed this announcement a bit early, but I will be making a monthly writing and reading podcast! This podcast is of course, all about books, but also on writing tips. Below is the intro tune, which is a short sneak preview.
I sometimes came across this graphic novel on my social media feeds and really enjoyed the adorable art style and cover. The main character, Nova is a witch. She works in a magical bookshop which loans magical books. She then comes across her childhood friend and crush, Tam, who happens to be a werewolf. At… Continue reading Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker and Wendy Xu Review
I’ve realized that I’m am not the type of person who likes new year’s resolutions. They work for some folks, but for me, making massive yearly reading goals has always been a bit daunting. Overtime I’ve recognized that smaller goals are more attainable for me–and have the potential to turn into larger-scale goals. Despite my… Continue reading Making Reading Goals For the New Year
I am writing this in response to Literary Phoenix’s post on star ratings. I highly recommend reading this post! Star ratings can be helpful, as it can help readers better understanding of a book’s quality from differing perspectives, This post really made me think about my own thoughts on star ratings.