Favorite Posts 011

Favorite Posts 011

Time for another post round-up!

  • There Will Come a Darkness by Katy Rose Pool – Mandy @ Devouring Books

    “Ephyra was my favorite because she was a bit morally grey and she would do absolutely anything for her sister. The relationship between her and her sister gave me slight Sadie vibes even, which if you remember my review of Sadie you know how much I loved that book.”

  • Review: A Match Made in Mehendi by Nandini Bajpai – Lili @ Utopia State of Mind

    A Match in Mehendi is one of those books that has all these varied layers going on – her dreams versus her families expectations, her relationship to her family, her own romance story, her self-discovery – all wrapped up into one cohesive and captivating story.”

  • My Life as an Ice Cream Sandwich (Book Review) – Rae @ Rae’s Reads and Reviews

    “While I was on vacation, I brought along a whole bunch of books. I still had a little less than half of My Life as an Ice Cream Sandwich to finish, so I brought it along to read on the plane.”

  • ARC Review: The Downstairs Girl by Stacey Lee – Kat @ Pretty Little Library

    ” The racism she felt towards her, for being a Chinese American, was unique, and shared the uncertainty that the historic southern society displayed towards their culture – not white enough to be wealthy but not coloured enough to be segregated.”
  • Author Interview: On Worldbuilding and African Identity; A Discussion with Rena Barron, Author of YA West African Fantasy KINGDOM OF SOULS – CW @ The Quiet Pond

    “When I was young and heard stories about people who practiced voodoo in my community, it sparked my curiosity about my ancestors and their beliefs and traditions. In a small way, Kingdom of Souls is my exploration of self in relations to a culture and history that was stolen from me.”
  • If you like this TV show, you’ll love this YA book! – Marie @ Drizzle & Hurricane Books

    “I’m kind of a fan of “old” TV shows, things I used to watch years ago and love to re-watch every now and then, just as well. So this blog post will be filled with these kind of shows that are not necessarily today’s hottest, but let me tell you, were yesterday’s hottest shows and I still love them all.”
  • Con Amor: Foodie Romance – Cande @ Latinx Magic (yes, she’s here twice. Appreciate it)

    “Come come, please sit down. Are you hungry? Some empanadas? Pastelitos? Tamales? Oh, are you looking for something to drink instead? Hey, in this Latinx house we have everything to offer, and if you weren’t hungry before, don’t worry, you will be at the end of this post.”

  • Tips and Tricks for Writing Book Reviews – Mari @ Musings of a Book Girl

    “It seems like a lot of bloggers would rather write any other post before doing their reviews but I’m somebody that could write them all day every day. Because of this I thought it would be fun to give you some tips and tricks that will hopefully make reviews easier for you!”
  • Latinx Magic Book Tag: Set the Tag On Fire – Cande @ Latinx Magic

    “Listen, A Girl Like Her has to be the best contemporary romance I read so far. I loved it so much? Like wow this book. Talia is an amazing writer and her words are magic.”

  • This or That Book Tag – Siobhan @ Novelties

    “So I thought a tag is a perfect way to prevent that problem. Nice and easy is what I’m looking for. I’m more of a “why choose?” reader, so I’ve kicked myself with this post.”

  • I Cannot Believe I Have Not Read That Yet! – Tina @ Reading Between the Pages

    “There are several books on my TBR list that have gotten a lot of buzz this year that I still have not read. I see them everywhere and some of them have been out for months now.”

  • Lover Book Tag – Lori @ Lori’s Bookshelf Reads

    “I’ve been listening to the Lover album ever since it came out. And I’m really hoping the album gets here tomorrow, so I could go burn it on my phone, because I need it on my phone.”

Ta-da!

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