Hello there, no one asks me this question really but I thought I would share with you briefly on my feelings about my books that are piling up and how I feel about running out of shelves space. Literally. Every single time I buy a new book, an old book needs to be taken out … More I’m Running Out of Shelves Space! Why?
At this point, I just have book buying problem guys. I have no excuse, I’m a bookaholic. Good news is this time around, I bought 7 books that are by POC (person of colour) authors I’m genuinely excited for each one of them. Let’s get into it, shall we? Rainbirds by Clarissa Goenawan I think … More BookXcess Haul Part 2: I Bought More Books! HELP!
Hi there! I’ve been hauling lots of books these days so I thought why not making a content out of it. I know, brilliant right? If you notice, I did include Part 1 in the title, yes I did buy more, if you’re wondering. “Goodness sake, stop it Jessica!” Yup, that’s what I’m telling myself … More BookXcess Haul Part 1: Books with Asian Representation
Our Bloody Pearl Author: D.N. Bryn Publisher: D.N. Bryn Released: July 26th, 2018 Genre: Fantasy Pages: 240 Format: Paperback The ocean is uncontrollable and dangerous. But to the sirens who swim the warm island waters, it’s a home more than worth protecting from the humans and their steam-propelled ships. Between their hypnotic voices and the strength … More Our Bloody Pearl: Little Mermaid Retelling but Make it about Sirens || A Book Review
At Eighteen Director: Sim Na-Yeon Writer: Yoon Kyung-Ah Network: JTBC Episodes: 16 Released Date: July 22 – September 10, 2019 Language: Korean You can catch this on: Netflix Cast: Ong Seong-Wu, Kim Hyang-Gi, Shin Seung-Ho, Kang Ki-Young, MoonBin, Lee Seung-Min, Shim Yi-Young, Kim Sun-Young 18-year-old Choi Joon-Woo (Ong Seong-Wu) has gotten used to being lonely. … More at eighteen || A Kdrama Review
People From My Neighbourhood (ARC) Author: Hiromi Kawakami Publisher: Granta Books Released: August 6th, 2020 Genre: Short stories Pages: 128 Format: ARC (Paperback) Take a story and shrink it. Make it tiny, so small it can fit in the palm of your hand. Carry the story with you everywhere, let it sit with you while you … More People From My Neighbourhood: I Need to Read More Japanese Micro-Fiction || A Book Review
The Girl and The Ghost (ARC) Author: Hanna Alkaf Publisher: Harpercollins Released: August 4th, 2020 Genre: Middle Grade, Fiction Pages: 288 Format: e-ARC (Edelweiss) Characters: Suraya (Sooz), Jing, Pink, Mama, Pawang, … I am a dark spirit, the ghost announced grandly. I am your inheritance, your grandmother’s legacy. I am yours to command. Suraya is delighted when her … More The Girl and The Ghost: A Cute MG Book Starring A Cute (Yet Scary) Pelesit Named Pink || A Book Review
Hey there fam! So, I’ve been planning to do this post right after I read Sumpah. I know that there so many FIXI books that I have yet to explore but I’ve read some and I think why not rank them? This will be a quick fun post. I hope you like it! But before … More Ranking All the Buku FIXI I’ve Read
Heluuuuu, I’m very much excited for this very first local Malay book blog tour that I’m participating and I’m pretty sure it’s the first blog tour for Fixi title but I could be wrong. BlogTwit Tour ini dibawakan oleh (iklan jap) Untitled Book Club dan team Buku Fixi. Saya berterima kasih kepada pihak Untitled atas … More Sumpah oleh Shaz Johar BlogTwit Tour
Hello! So in May this year I got the chance to read a debut novel by a fellow Malaysian author. I’m so happy to discover another book set in Malaysia and about Malaysians. You can see Malaysians of different backgrounds and varied experiences in Escape from Happy Palace. Read my full review by clicking the … More Escape from Happy Palace by Jai Patel || Author Q&A