BLOG TOUR | You Know I’m No Good by Jessie Ann Foley

In You Know I’m No Good, we follow Mia through her stay at Red Oak Academy as a result of being a troubled teen. We also know from the beginning the last straw that pushed her father and stepmom to have her admitted. What we don’t know however, until a little further to the story, is the reason that started her spiral out of control. In Red Oak Academy, we get a glimpse of who Mia really is: a smart and caring person who needed to have such a tough facade in order to mask the pain and hate that’s […]

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Please Pick Me by Reina Regina

And if a reader lives a thousand lives,then the thousand heroines in mewould gladly belong in a thousand happily-ever-afterswith the thousand heroes in you. I used to write poetry when I was younger. Rhyming verses expressing strong feelings towards a boy I fell in love with filled a few notebooks. I was 13, and we were in the same class. For four years I wrote mostly about him. Reading Please Pick Me by Reina Regina brought me back to him. Please Pick Me is divided in 4 sections: flowers, thorns, roots, and seeds. Each section is a collection of poems […]

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BLOG TOUR | Vampires of Portlandia by Jason Tanamor

According to the lore, the legend involved two brothers, both gods. One brother Gugurang, was pure, and the other, Asuang, was flawed. Growing up in the Philippines, I remember being more frightened than usual nearing November 1st and 2nd. These are the days when we mostly visit our dead relatives. I’ve always felt as if the pull of the supernatural is weirdly strong during these two days — I am also 150% scaredy-cat so, what do I know? Haha! I also remember news segments dedicated to ghosts, white ladies, and weird unworldly sightings. In addition to that, we live in […]

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Blog Tour | Furia by Yamile Saied Méndez

One day, when a girl was born in Rosario, the earth would shake with anticipation for her future and not dread. It’s release day!!! Set in Argentina, Furia follows Camila, a girl who has big dreams of becoming a professional soccer player. With a budding-soccer-star for a brother, it’s easy to say that Camila’s talent runs in the family. However, her family’s expectations of her lead her to hide her love and talent for the sport. I found the pacing in the beginning a bit difficult to get into. However, once I got used to it, it flowed beautifully. Méndez […]

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Ep. 9.3 – 2020 | April – June Wrap-Up

*This post contains affiliate links* Welcome to the conclusion of my 2nd quarter reading wrap-up! In this episode, I share with you the graphic novels, and comics I’ve read in the last 3 months. Listen to part 1 here.Listen to part 2 here. Books mentioned in this episode: Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell Amazon | | Add to Goodreads Paper Girls Vol. 1-5 by Brian K. Vaughan Amazon | | Add to Goodreads Big Mushy Happy Lump by Sarah Andersen Amazon | | Add to Goodreads Happily Ever After and Everything In Between by Debbie Tung Amazon | […]

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Ep. 9.2 – 2020 | April – June Wrap-Up

Book Covers: The Oddmire: The Unready Queen, Ella Has A Plan, The Oddmire: Changeling, Talking As Fast As I Can, So You Want To Start A Podcast, Different Like Me, Stories For South Asian Supergirls, This Book Is Anti-Racist

*This post contains affiliate links* Welcome to part 2 of episode 9 where I share with you my 2nd Quarter reading wrap-up. Listen to part 1 here. Books mentioned in this episode: Changeling by William Ritter Podcast Episode | Amazon | | Add to Goodreads The Unready Queen by William Ritter Blog Post | Amazon | | Add to Goodreads So You Want To Start A Podcast by Kristen Meinzer Amazon | | Add to Goodreads Ella Has A Plan by Davina Hamilton Add to Goodreads Talking As Fast As I Can by Lauren Graham Blog Post […]

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WIKATHON: August 2020 TBR

Wikathon TBR

I’ve first heard of Wikathon through Kath’s Instagram. I pretty much swore to myself I will join in, and for once I WILL FINISH IT. I’ve joined readathons before, but I have never finished one. I even joined two reading challenges for 2020 and , well, I’m probably not going to complete that either. But this one, this one I’m going to commit to. What is wikathon? Wikathon is a month long readathon dedicated to Filipino authors. If you don’t know, I am Filipino: born and raised (although I am currently residing outside the country). I remember my elementary school […]

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Ep. 9.1 – 2020 | April – June Wrap-Up

Book Covers: Would Like To Meet, The Art Of Making Memories, The Hating Game, Flying Lessons and Other Stories, The Giving Tree, The Very Last Leaf, Can I Touch Your Hair?

*This post contains affiliate links* Welcome to episode 9 which will come to you in 3 parts. This week, I’m sharing with you my 2nd quarter reading wrap-up. Books mentioned in this episode: Would Like To Meet By Rachel Winters Amazon | | Add to Goodreads The Art Of Making Memories by Meik Wiking Amazon | | Add to Goodreads The Hating Game by Sally Thorne Amazon | | Add to Goodreads Flying Lessons and Other Stories Amazon | | Add to Goodreads The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein Amazon | | Add to Goodreads […]

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Ep. 8 – Why I Started This Podcast

Hi everyone! In this episode, I talk about why I started this podcast and where I think this podcast is going. Books mentioned in this episode: So You Want to Start a Podcast: Finding Your Voice, Telling Your Story, and Building a Community That Will Listen by Kristen Meinzer Amazon | Audible | Kindle | Listen on iTunes / Apple PodcastsListen on StitcherListen on Google PlayListen on SpotifyListen on a platform of your choice: podcast RSS feed She Reads Again: Blog | Instagram | Goodreads If you enjoyed listening to this episode, feel free to subscribe, rate and review on a podcast platform of your choice. You can also […]

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