Halloween is one of my favorite seasons, mainly because I love horror and mystery! Despite not having a cozy weather and the smell of pumpkin spice, Filipinos know how to celebrate this spooky season!
Okay, I’m not going to lie, but the cover was the major selling point of Seoulmates for me! It’s just super adorable and it kind of reminded me of one of the posters for Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo!
And hello, frenemies-to-lovers is one of my recent favorite tropes, and Seoulmates really delivered.
Youtube or Vlogging has never been my thing, but I do enjoy watching Youtubers from time to time. Although growing up, there weren’t really a lot of Asian Youtubers around, and by the time more Asian influencers came in, I already outgrew my phase hahaha!
So Love, Comment, Subscribe was the perfect book to give me a glimpse of the vlogging community in Asian lens. Despite me being a blogger, I’m not really big on social media and you’d probably see that in my following and engagement.
During my last recap, I mentioned that I wasn’t sure if I could go back to doing monthly recaps. However, I figured it’s better for my sanity to recall everything I did in a month, rather than trying to go against my goldfish memory. So here goes my July 2022 Wrap-Up! So What Happened? July…
I don’t exactly remember how and when I first came across How to Fake It in Hollywood, but after reading the synopsis, I immediately added it to my TBR. See, celebrity fake dating is quickly becoming one of my guilty pleasures; the glitz and glamour, and obviously the messy drama just tickles my heart.
Hello, fellow bookworms! I’m sharing another book review today!
The Noh Family by Grace K. Shim is a K-drama inspired YA novel that follows Chloe Chang and her discovery of her estranged paternal relatives.
I was so excited to read Summer’s Edge since I enjoyed Dana’s debut novel, People Like Us, which came out way back in 2018! So obviously, I was craving more of her lyrical writing. I immediately signed up when she opened up spots for Summer’s Edge street team.
I wasn’t disappointed at all because of how gripping the story was. Also both of the movie comps used really fit the story and as a fan of both The Haunting of Hill House and I Know What You Did Last Summer, I really appreciated that.
When one of Berkley’s publicists reached out to me and pitched this book, I was immediately hooked by the first paragraph of the synopsis. I’m also a millennial ghostwriter who may or may not be disillusioned.
I haven’t read a lot of romance books featuring ghosts, The Dead Romantics kinda reminded me of The Mediator Series by Meg Cabot. From the very start, I was intrigued and I found it easy to connect with Florence’s character.
Hello, hello! It’s been quite a while (okay, more like 5 months) since I last wrote something for The Rundown. Since I kept missing doing monthly recaps, I decided to do one halfway through the year. Hence this Midyear 2022 Recap. I’m not sure if I can go back to doing monthly recaps in the…
So before I spill my thoughts about this book, can we just take a quick moment to appreciate how cute and lovely the cover of Flip The Script looks like! I’ve honestly found a great affinity with the color pink this year and this cover is one of my favorites.
And the cover is just as cute as the story! I was hooked from the very beginning and it was so easy to connect with Hana’s character and personality. This was also my first Lyla Lee book, although I have I’ll Be The One on my Kindle and I’ll be reading that soon!