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The Makeup Book Tag!


Hi all, so today I found this great tag to share with you all! As you know this is a book and beauty blog, so when I saw this over at the The Sassy Geek Blog I knew I had to do it! So please go check out Heather’s answers as well! I’ll also be including my favorite products along with the books! Let’s go! Continue reading The Makeup Book Tag!

#AsianLitBingo: Wrap-up Post!


Hi all, so I somehow managed to finish a challenge for once. I’m highkey surprised, but I actually did it! I’m so proud of me.

I managed to read five books in a row, and it was epic. I really enjoyed this event, and I met some really awesome people along the way! I also got to read about a bunch of other books I had never heard of before, and I had a lot of fun! My tbr got even longer…

So I read: Continue reading #AsianLitBingo: Wrap-up Post!

Graphic Novel Review: Skim by Mariko and Jillian Tamaki

I bought this book 🙂



Skim by Mariko and  Jillian Tamaki

Edition: Kindle

Published: 01.01.2008

Catch it Here: GoodreadsAmazonB&N


Heartbreakingly funny, moving and vibrantly drawn, Skim is an extraordinary book–a smart and sensitive graphic novel of the highest literary and artistic quality, by and about young women.

“Skim” is Kimberly Keiko Cameron, a not-slim, would-be Wiccan goth who goes to a private girls’ school. When Skim’s classmate Katie Matthews is dumped by her boyfriend, who then kills himself, the entire school goes into mourning overdrive. As concerned guidance counselors provide lectures on the “cycle of grief,” and the popular clique starts a new club (Girls Celebrate Life!) to bolster school spirit, Skim sinks into an ever-deepening depression.

And falling in love only makes things worse…

Suicide, depression, love, being gay or not, crushes, cliques, and finding a way to be your own fully human self–are all explored in this brilliant collaboration by cousins Mariko and Jillian Tamaki. An edgy, keenly observed and poignant glimpse into the heartache of being young.

*Note: I readthis as part of the #AsianLitBingo event, read until the end for details!

To be perfectly honest, I don’t read graphic novels often; I typically read manga or webtoons. So I wasn’t sure what to expect, however I random selected Skim for the #AsianLitBingo challenge, and I was pleasantly surprised.  Continue reading Graphic Novel Review: Skim by Mariko and Jillian Tamaki

The Candy Book Tag!


Hi all, so today I’m coming at you with another book tag! This one looked like so much fun, and plus I’m kind of addicted to sweets… I saw this over at The Awkward Book Blogger, so be sure to check her out! Also, the creator of this tag is Jessica @ Bookish Serendipity! So check her tag out as well 🙂 Let’s go~~~


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Valentine’s Day Book Tag


Hi all, long time no tag! I was racking my brain for Valentine’s day blog ideas, and I came up blank. I was browsing blogs, and I saw this tag on jessejane306. Original tag by EpicReads! So let’s go~~!


First Book Crush Continue reading Valentine’s Day Book Tag

The Jingle Bell Tag


Don’t lie, you totally started singing the song when you saw the title, right? Me too! Fun fact, when I was a tiny toddler, I couldn’t pronounce “jingle” or “bells.” So I used to sing “shingle nails.” Haha, no one lets me forget it either…

Anyway, today I am participating in the Jingle Bell Tag, created by Richard @ The Humpo Show! I originally saw this over on the Sassy Book Geek blog! So make sure you read Heather’s post too. She has some really fun answers!


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The Fictional Boyfriend Tag


Soooooo, it’s Monday again! I always try to post on Monday as my main blogging day. However, I had nothing planned, so I was scrambling to get something done… It’s been a minute since I did a tag, and I found this interesting one online at BookArrows. You can find the original by Youtuber RayKayBooks here.  Let’s do it~ Continue reading The Fictional Boyfriend Tag

The Diverse Books Tag


Okay, so there was some Twitter drama online last week about lack of diversity in fiction. Somehow I came across a really nice tag about diverse books, so I decided to share some of my favorites as well! I found this tag over at Read Diverse Books, so


A Book Starring a Lesbian Character


Wolfcry by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes 

I was around twelve when I read this book, and it’s always been dear to my heart because it was the first LGBT book I ever read. This is the fourth installment of the Kiesha’ra series, and it is my second favourite in the series.

A Book With a Muslim Protagonist 


I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai

I clearly need to read more diverse books, because this was the only book I could think of with a main character who is Muslim, and it’s not even fiction. I think Malala is amazing, a real hero for girls around the world. Continue reading The Diverse Books Tag