I love to read, sometimes. Hence the title of my blog! I love to read but I can't always read when I want to, so I figured I'd dedicate my time to the ones that make it past my reading slump and work on collaborating with other book bloggers!
As some of you may have seen on Twitter, things have been pretty intense for me lately, but I’m still here. I have a couple of reviews coming up today, but I think I need to write some more fun posts to break up all of these blog tours. What do you think?
Thanks so much to Rachel’s Random Resources for having me on this blog tour. Click on the banner for the rest of the blog tour schedule.
Hey mersquad coven! Welcome to the fifth post of Just Another Day on the Island! As you may know, May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and this is something I personally love to celebrate. Now I’m making sure that my mom and brother know more about this special holiday celebrating our heritage. In honor of being both Asian American and Pacific Island American, I had some questions that talks about what that means for us in our every day lives.
Just Another Day on the Island is a bi-weekly discussion post featuring the thoughts and ramblings of the Untalan Clan (aka, Leelynn’s mom and brother). We talk about books, family, and other things that come to mind. This feature officially launched on March 25, 2020.
Hello again mersquad coven! I’m back today for another blog tour for Harlequin and I appreciate you all so much for being here today. I also had another opportunity to do an interview with the author for this novel, so let’s see what kind of questions I was able to think of this time.