Show Me the Middle Grade #8: Q+A with Remy Lai (Blog Tour)

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I hope you are all doing okay! I think I heard about Pie in the Sky maybe a year or so ago, and I couldn’t get it out of my head, especially since this story got such praise! So I was thrilled to be invited to be a part of this blog tour for Remy Lai’s middle grade graphic novel debut, Pawcasso! Thank you so much, Macmillan!

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Mini Reviews: Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous // The Chosen and the Beautiful

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I hope you are doing well! June is almost here and wow…2021 really isn’t real (and I’m now a college graduate?? 😪look out, maybe, for a blog post related to that?)

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Blog Tour: Tokyo Ever After by Emiko Jean—Moodboard and Q&A with the Author!

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When Macmillan reached out to me to read Tokyo Ever After and possibly be a part of a blog tour, I jumped at this chance. Emiko Jean was actually the first author I interviewed back when I was just starting as a book blogging! Hence, why I’m particularly excited to bring you this post!

Tokyo Ever After is officially out today!

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Review: Pawcasso by Remy Lai + Some Thoughts on Pie in the Sky

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You know how much I love middle grade. However, I haven’t talked much about how I love graphic novels as well. Oh, and I love Remy Lai, especially Pie in the Sky. Let me go cry in a corner real quick.

Moving on. Macmillan reached out to gauge interest in hosting a blog tour for Remy Lai’s debut graphic novel, Pawcasso, and I jumped at the chance! So here’s my review of this vibrant and punny story along with a few thoughts on Pie in the Sky.

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Mini Reviews: Tokyo Ever After and Last Chance Books

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Annnddd we’re almost halfway through May!! Hello warm weather (for those above the equator) and finals!! But, I’m so close to finishing…my senior of university wow time flies 😭. It’s been quite a semester for everyone, so I hope you’re all finding ways to slow down and recharge in the best ways for you! 💜 Personally, for me I always look forward to reading my book at breakfast or watching mindlessly funny K-pop videos at night. As I tend to say, I wake up looking forward to going to bed 😂.

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Author Interview: Stacey Lee on the LUCK OF THE TITANIC, Historical Fiction, and Imagining the ‘What Ifs’

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I still can’t believe that I get to ask my favorite writers questions about their books!! (*whispers* someone pinch me) It’s pretty amazing this book community and what bloggers/bookstagramers/booktubers, etc. can do. But anyway, that’s a thought for later.

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Review: Luck of the Titanic by Stacey Lee

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There must be something about May 4 because so many AMAZING books are coming out!! The Ones We’re Meant To Find, The Last Fallen Star, and now, Luck of the Titanic by Stacey Lee! I was so excited when Penguin Teen asked if I wanted a physical ARC (naturally, I said yes), and once I started reading, I flew through the story!

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Review: The Last Fallen Star By Graci Kim

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So, it’s been quite some time since I last wrote a full(ish) review. According to my graphics on Canva, the last review I did was for The Burning God…which came out last November. However, today, I’m reviewing The Last Fallen Star by Graci Kim!

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Author Interview: June Hur on THE FOREST OF STOLEN GIRLS, Researching, and Korean History

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I am just about ~quaking~ with excitement because I finally get to share my interview with June Hur, author of THE SILENCE OF BONES and THE FOREST OF STOLEN GIRLS with you! Ever since I read THE SILENCE OF BONES, I’ve been itching to interview June, especially as a history major who has grown more interested in Korean history.

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Book Tour: The Ones We’re Meant To Find by Joan He

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AHHHHHHHH!!! No thoughts in my head except for that because I get to share my review and some ~extra~ things for the upcoming release of The Ones We’re Meant To Find on May 4!

Today is my stop as a part of Hesina’s Imperial Court book tour for Joan He’s sophomore album. Hesina’s Imperial Court was my first street team, and I’m so excited to support The Ones We’re Meant To Find as we inch closer to May 4! The tour launch post by Love, Paola (who organized this tour!) here.

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