Graphic Novel · Review · Science Fiction · Young Adult

Freaking Romance, Season 1 by Snailords | Webcomic Review

A cat-ear wearing girl named Zylith moves into a haunted apartment to escape her parents’ demanding that she be a doctor instead of an artist and they kicked her out for refusing. She soon finds out that the place is haunted by a handsome green-eyed KPOP star.

Modern Fantasy · Review · Young Adult

Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare | Book Review

I’ve tried time and time again to get into The Infernal Devices, the prequel trilogy to The Mortal Instruments series, but I haven’t been able to. So, I worried that I wouldn’t be able to get into Lady Midnight, the first in a different spin-off. I was pleasantly entranced by the setting and the characters of the novel.

Children's Literature

New Posting Schedule + A Deathly Spring Cleaning

I’m back from the hiatus I took this month, and it was good to take a break from blogging and social media, though I didn’t expect to totally abandon the latter. I need to reduce the frequency of my posting because I have less time to blog. For at least April, I would like to… Continue reading New Posting Schedule + A Deathly Spring Cleaning

Contemporary Realistic Fiction · Review · Young Adult

You’re Welcome, Universe by Whitney Gardner | Book Review

Julia is a deaf, Indian girl who has attended a school for the deaf until her friend snitched on her for covering up offensive graffiti in that snitch’s defense. She is also a street artist. Now she has to attend a school where the vast majority of the student body is hearing, and her moms banned her from spray painting.

Contemporary Realistic Fiction · Graphic Novel · Review · Young Adult

Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You, Vol. 1 by Karuho Shiima | Manga Review

I can’t remember where I heard about Kimi ni Todoke, by Karuho Shiima, but the concept of a shy girl who has been dubbed “Sadako,” the name of a horror movie character, by her classmates because of their eerie similarities sounded light but intriguing. I like that this is a light….


February 2019 Fanfiction Reading Challenge Check-In

We’re near the end of the month, and I realized that I hadn’t published the check-in post for February. I think that was because I didn’t know what to write because I haven’t read a single fanfic this month. It’s been a busy month, and the most reading I could do this month was a… Continue reading February 2019 Fanfiction Reading Challenge Check-In

Graphic Novel · Review · Science Fiction · Young Adult

Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Vol. 2, by Stephenie Meyer | Book Review

Adapting the last half of Twilight into a graphic novel, Young Kim keeps her beautiful artwork while completing a disappointing conclusion to the novel. For those who missed the Twilight hype and don’t care about spoilers, Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Vol. 2, starts with Bella meeting Edward’s vampire family and has a vampire hunting….


Enemies to Lovers in Drarry Fanfiction

It’s no secret on this blog that I love Harry Potter and Draco Malfoy pairings (“Drarry,” for the uninitiated) in fanfiction. I found that Drarry was the pairing I read the most, by a large margin, in 2018. I think like it and certain other pairings because I have an unabashed love for the enemies-to-lovers… Continue reading Enemies to Lovers in Drarry Fanfiction

Book Tags

Fellowship of the Ring Book Tag

Neko Neha from BiblioNyan tagged me in the Fellowship of the Ring Book Tag, which was created by Nandini from Unputdownable books. Points to Note: Please pingback to Nandini‚Äôs original post. Feel free to use the banner from her post. Be as creative as you like while interpreting the prompts. Tag at least 3 people you… Continue reading Fellowship of the Ring Book Tag