Thank you so much to Colored Pages Tours, as well as the author and publisher for giving me a copy of ‘Gearbreakers’ in exchange for an unbiased, and honest review!! This is my stop for the tour, and you can click the banner below to view the full schedule, and explore other posts!! Title: GearbreakersAuthor: Zoe Hana MikutaPublisher: Feiwel & FriendsGenre: Science… Continue reading Blog Tour: Gearbreakers by Zoe Hana Mikuta + Playlist
I've been seeking both comfort, and heartbreak in fiction for as long as I can remember, which is why, today I wanted to take the time out to scream about all my recent favourite reads. If I included all the books that I've loved, the list would be endless. After creating my blog, my reading's… Continue reading Discussion Post: My Top 12 Favourite Young Adult Books, and What They Mean to Me
Gearbreakers was one of my most anticipated releases for 2021, and also one of the highest on my TBR, so I was beyond excited when I got an ARC! I mean, pitched as a sapphic enemies-to-lovers, filled with mechas, robots, angst, pining, angry queer girls, and found family, who wouldn't want to pick this book up? Although… Continue reading ARC Review: Gearbreakers by Zoe Hana Mikuta
Thank you so much to Hear Our Voices Book Tours, as well as the author and publisher for giving me a copy of ‘The Forest of Stolen Girls’ in exchange for an unbiased, and honest review!! This is my stop for the tour, and you can click the banner below to view the full schedule, and explore other… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Forest of Stolen Girls by June Hur
At this point, I'm 100% sure that time is just a social construct, because where did the past year even go?? I would like to say I've been productive but,,,,,,,, no ~ all I've done is procrastinate on the work school's been dumping on us, and have my mental health spiral down continuously 😌✌🏼 I… Continue reading February + March Wrap-Up ft. Burn-outs, Feeling Slumpy, 28+ Great Reads and my Birthday!
Through a research survey conducted by Marshall University, it was found that most YA literature was written for an audience of white, middle-class teens. Which is also the reason most people turn to Fantasy for escapism rather than relatability. No, teens don't relate to fighting vampires, but they do relate to seeing themselves, and their… Continue reading Discussion Post: Talking About Diversity, Inclusivity, and Representation in YA Fantasy + 13 Diverse Recommendations!