Quick to Judge Book Challenge

A couple weeks weeks ago, I was tagged on Youtube to do this challenge by Mary and Joe from Book Buds. They are such a cute Youtube channel and I highly recommend them! This tag was created by Ali over at BookBinge. Pretty much, this challenge tells you to pick out six books you want … Continue reading Quick to Judge Book Challenge

February 2021 Reading Wrap-up

I can't believe February is already over...it feels like only yesterday that it started. Though I'm pretty sure I say that about every month. This month I read a total of 10 books. Unfortunately, again most of my ratings of these books were in the middle. The majority were three stars, and I had only … Continue reading February 2021 Reading Wrap-up

Book Review: Suite Française by Irène Némirovsky

This book is an interesting one, and one that's been on my TBR for a long time. Not only is the book itself unique, but the story behind it's publication is even more interesting, if also a bit sad. Irène Némirovsky was a Jewish Ukrainian author who lived most of her life in France, converting … Continue reading Book Review: Suite Française by Irène Némirovsky

My Favorite Chinese Books! Also, Happy Chinese New Year!

春节快乐 (chunjie kuai le)! Happy Chinese New Year! Yesterday was the Chinese New Year. 2021 is the Year of the Ox, and so today I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite Chinese books, both classic and modern. I've probably done a post similar to this a few years ago, but … Continue reading My Favorite Chinese Books! Also, Happy Chinese New Year!

The Philosopher Book Tag

It seems like forever that this book tag was on my list of tags to do. For two years, in fact! I saw it originally on Zezee with Books blog, and it was originally created on Booktube by Betweenlinesandlife. I have been highly interested in philosophy for years (there was even a point that I … Continue reading The Philosopher Book Tag

January 2021 Reading Wrap-up

I can't believe January is already over! This month I read 11 books, which isn't bad considering how busy I am in school currently. However, I was a little disappointed that the majority of books I read (8 of the 11) were three star reads. I suppose that's better than reading really bad books, but … Continue reading January 2021 Reading Wrap-up