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Dear Martin By Nic Stone: Book Review

Dear Martin is a YA contemporary which tackles American race relations. An extremely important novel especially due to recent events. Before I continue on with this review, please remember that the Black Lives Matter Movement has not stopped and will not stop until justice is served. My post 270+ Books By Black Authors includes educational and donation links which I’d highly suggest checking out. Warning, … Continue reading Dear Martin By Nic Stone: Book Review

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A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder By Holly Jackson: Book Review

A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder is a YA mystery featuring seventeen year old Pippa. She studies a murder case which happened five years ago for her EPQ. A small town murder which has more to the surface. Warning, trigger warnings may contain spoilers: trigger warnings: rape, drug use, death of a pet, kidnapping Introduction Pippa Fitz- Amobbi is a girl who likes homework way … Continue reading A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder By Holly Jackson: Book Review

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Behind The Screens: Underlying Issues For ‘Book Influencers’

The term ‘book influencers’ has been floating across my social medias, and I wonder the impact it has on us. Behind The Screens is a discussion series I’ll be starting so that people can truly understand that there is a lot more to being a bookstagrammer and book blogger then just posting about books. It almost seems like some of us are too scared to … Continue reading Behind The Screens: Underlying Issues For ‘Book Influencers’

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Unravel The Dusk By Elizabeth Lim: Book Review

Unravel the Dusk by Elizabeth Lim is the sequel to spin the dawn and is the final book of this duology. To avoid spoilers, I’d recommend checking out my review of the first book! And yes, lately all I have been posting is reviews, but I promise once I catch up I’ll have some fun posts planned! This E-arc was sent to me for an … Continue reading Unravel The Dusk By Elizabeth Lim: Book Review

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Hunted By The Sky By Tanaz Bhathena

Hunted by The Sky is a YA fantasy inspired by medieval India. It explores class struggles, identity and romance. This book has been recently released and its sequel is expected to release in 2021. It is also a highly anticipated read for me. So I was definitely excited to receive an E-arc for review. Trigger Warnings: implied sexual slavery, death of parents, murder, animal cruelty, … Continue reading Hunted By The Sky By Tanaz Bhathena

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The City Of Brass By S.A. Chakraborty: Book Review

The City of Brass is a fantasy with hints of historical fiction too, being set in 18th century Cairo. I was being recommended it due to it having diversity, great characters and plus one of my favourite ever genres too. So I finally gave in! Introduction To The City Of Brass Nahri is a conwoman in 18th century Cairo with learned skills she believes are … Continue reading The City Of Brass By S.A. Chakraborty: Book Review

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The Court Of Miracles By Kester Grant: Book Review

The Court Of Miracles is a historical fiction fantasy inspired book and it has been described as Les Misérables meets Six of Crows. A recent diverse release. I’d like to thank Netgalley and the publisher for providing me this E-arc for an honest review. Introduction To The Court Of Miracles I was instantly interested from the first line of the blurb. Being compared to six … Continue reading The Court Of Miracles By Kester Grant: Book Review

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10 Books By Asian Authors

It’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, it’s a perfect time to recommend some books written by Asian authors. A list with a variety of genres such as fantasy, contemporary, thrillers and even poetry. I have included books by Asian authors as well as ownvoices. I cannot vouch for the representation of other Asian ethnics. However books featured by South Asian authors are ones … Continue reading 10 Books By Asian Authors

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10 Diverse Summer Book Releases 2020

We’ve all been meaning to diversify our reading and summer book releases 2020 is the perfect way to start. In times like today, it’s important that we can support authors of colour in any way we can. Their books can often be overshadowed by popular books within the book community on Twitter and Instagram. I did the same post for March releases, if you’re interested … Continue reading 10 Diverse Summer Book Releases 2020