I'm signing up for Year of the Asian Reading Challenge 2020! Check my TBR out in this post!
In the second part of 2019 Wrap Up, I'm listing 13 best books I read this year!
We’re reaching the end of the year and I read so many books from different genres this year, hence the topic I would like to talk about today. Featuring a challenge from Readers and Bloggers Club, I'll talk about changes in my reading life as the first part of my 2019 Wrap Up.
Merry Christmas and I have a gift for you! If you're looking for a book to read this holiday, then you come in the right place! From young adult to historical fiction, you'll find 10 books that'll accompany you throughout Christmas and New Year. Happy reading!
Publication Date: January 21st 2020
Tagged for: b/b side characters, Indian side character
Trope:rivals to lovers, “we anonymously fall for each other but in real life we hate each other”, frenemis to best friends
What happens when two teenagers become a social media specialist for their respective family business social media accounts? Yes, you expect a lot of unprofessional things going on there, which actually sums Tweet Cute whole situation. The conflict started when Big League’s Burger (Pepper’s family business) “steals” a small but well-known Girl Cheesing (Jack’s family business)’s menu. It only takes a tweet for Twitter to becomes the two companies’ battlefield.
Author:Shaun David Hutchinson
Publication Date: January 16th 2016
Tagged for Latinx rep, lgbt rep, mental health.
Meet Henry Denton, a guy who has 144 days to decide if the world was worth saving. After everything that happened in his life—his parents divorced, his boyfriend committed suicide, his best friend left him, he is an easy target for bullies—Henry weighs his decision carefully. He does think the world isn’t worth saving, but what if it is?
Content or trigger warnings are something we’ve seen a lot in internet. But what are they actually and why they’re important to include one in books?