Wrap-ups

Monthly Wrap-up: January // Back to blogging and reading

Hello everyone! Happy February!! I'm really happy that this January was a good reading month for me and also I can write a wrap-up post for it too. I was on a break from blogging since a few months and January also became the month I started posting again and more importantly felt happy doing… Continue reading Monthly Wrap-up: January // Back to blogging and reading

reviews

MINI-REVIEW|| 2 YA Romcoms I Loved and Highly Recommend

Hello everyone! Today I bring you reviews of two amazing YA books I read recently. They were absolutely heartwarming and fun and I would recommend them wholeheartedly. If you're looking for some adorable YA books or want to start into the YA genre, I highly recommend reading these two! XOXO-Axie Oh Synopsis: Cello prodigy Jenny… Continue reading MINI-REVIEW|| 2 YA Romcoms I Loved and Highly Recommend

Woven In Books

WOVEN IN BOOKS|| Interview with Joan He, author of The Ones We’re Meant to Find

Hello everyone! Welcome again to Woven In Books 2021. I started Woven In Books series last year as a way to hype diverse books, authors and bloggers and I’m so glad for all the amazing posts I could put out there. This year has been so much more hectic due to which I haven’t been… Continue reading WOVEN IN BOOKS|| Interview with Joan He, author of The Ones We’re Meant to Find

Woven In Books

Woven In Books|| Interview with Talia Hibbert, author of Act Your Age, Eve Brown

Hello everyone! Welcome again to Woven In Books 2021. I started Woven In Books series last year as a way to hype diverse books, authors and bloggers and I’m so glad for all the amazing posts I could put out there. This year has been so much more hectic due to which I haven't been… Continue reading Woven In Books|| Interview with Talia Hibbert, author of Act Your Age, Eve Brown

Blog Tours & Interviews · reviews

BLOG TOUR & REVIEW|| 5 Reasons to Read The Jasmine Throne by Tasha Suri // An intense feminist fantasy you MUST read

Synopsis: Imprisoned by her dictator brother, Malini spends her days in isolation in the Hirana: an ancient temple that was once the source of the powerful, magical deathless waters — but is now little more than a decaying ruin. Cover art: Micah Epstein (illustrator), Lauren Panepinto (designer) Priya is a maidservant, one among several who… Continue reading BLOG TOUR & REVIEW|| 5 Reasons to Read The Jasmine Throne by Tasha Suri // An intense feminist fantasy you MUST read