It’s not every concert a girl gets sung to by a kpop idol. I did feel incredibly special because out of everyone who stood along the stage I was the one he sang in the first part of the concert. The guy sure knows how to make a girl’s heart race and make her blush … Continue reading Hello to Honesty: “Not good enough”
It’s been a little over two since I saw Eric Nam in Atlanta and I am finally posting about it. For tonight, I’ll share with you all my concert experience in Atlanta, Georgia. It is ridiculously wordy and random. This is the result of me writing at past midnight while everyone is asleep. I rode … Continue reading #EricNam1stLiveInATL2017 Day 2
I first started this blog a few months ago. I knew I wanted my blog to be more focused on the book reviews but it slowly became something other than that. I added categories that didn’t reflect my original content because I was so desperate to keep the blog active and interesting. I went on … Continue reading Say hello to Honesty
I finished Alex & Eliza a long time ago and have finally come around to write this review. Initially I was swept away with the loveliness of the story up until a certain point. An incredibly unnecessary point of the story that could have been better if it was cut out. The feminist in me … Continue reading BR: Alex & Eliza by Melissa de la Cruz
Hello everyone! I wanted to write this post today because I had accidentally deleted a comment about my review for Flame in the Mist. Thank you very much for your comment! I’m so sorry that I deleted it. I was trying to reply on my phone when my fat thumb pressed delete. I should have learned … Continue reading Mishap on my part….
A Mulan inspired story set in feudal Japan? To be frank, I really wanted to fall madly in love with this book. I really did. It makes me so sad to write this review because of the huge hype about how great it is. This next portion of my review may sound stupid (you can … Continue reading BR: Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdieh
Normally when I browse the YA section of the bookstore, I gravitate towards the fantasy books. I love reading fantasy books but sometimes they get a bit too much. Sometimes there’s too much angsty teenage romance in a story with magical warring nations thrown on top of that mess. I have a stack of books … Continue reading BR: Perdita by Faith Gardner