I am excited for today’s post because it is for about Lori M. Lee’s upcoming novel, Forest of Souls! When I heard that Hear Our Voices Book Tours was organizing a blog tour for this book, I jumped at the chance to participate. For my blog tour post, I have created a mini (ish) playlist for Forest of Souls, and be sure to check out the other amazing posts from this tour! Also, there will be an Instagram post about Forest of Souls soon! Thank you to Hear Our Voices Book Tours for organizing this!
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Today I come with something a little different than an ordinary review. I have decided to combine my review of these two books into one post and write mini(er) reviews! Hopefully I will be formatting more review posts like this in the future 🙂
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Today I come with a very exciting (but quite long) post! I am thrilled to be a part of the Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim blog post, hosted by Caffeine Book Tours. The blog tour started this past Monday with Shealea’s launch post. The particularly exciting thing about this tour is that it is the bloggers taking part are All-Asian, the majority being Chinese or Chinese-American! Continue reading “Spinning a Magical Tale with SPIN THE DAWN by Elizabeth Lim (Blog Tour & Giveaway)”
Title: Descendant of the Crane
Author: Joan He
Release Date: April 2, 2019
Publisher: Albert Whitman Company
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
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Happy New Year! I cannot believe that 2019 is finally here!
2018 was a huge year for Asian/Asian-American representation in the media with the release of Crazy Rich Asians and, later, the adaption of Jenny Han’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before on Netflix. Since a sequel to TATBILB was recently confirmed, I decided to write a post on all the authors I’ve loved before. They all have a special in my heart because these five authors helped shape me as a reader, a writer, and a thinker, but I am ready to continue my development by reading even more diverse books and stories that challenge my opinions.
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