I’ve been reading books my whole life, and to be honest, there are some books in my “read” list that do not have a lot of ratings on Goodreads nor have I heard a lot people on Booktube or book bloggers talk about them. With that, I decided to make a blog post on the 10 underrated books (some you might probably never heard of).
Today, I will list my top 10 most anticipated books for the year 2020! And, yes, maybe this post is (again) a little too late because we are already four months into 2020. As I mentioned in my previous posts, I have more time to write and work on some blog posts (and read books) these days because of the lockdown. So I’m using the time I have to do posts I didn’t have to time to work on a couple of months back.
There are a lot of books I am excited about that will be released this year, but I was able to narrow them down to just 10. Some of the books I’ve listed below were already released earlier this month, but I still don’t have a copy of any of them. Continue reading →
Hey, everyone! I know this is a troubling time for all of us. I, personally, suffer from anxiety attacks every once in while whenever I think about the situation that we are all facing today, especially when I come to the realization that we do not know when this global crisis will end.
We are all well-aware that this is a very serious issue and I am, by no means, disregarding the situation, but trying to avoid and spend a little time away from social media and other things that could possibly increase my anxiety per day would help. We all just need to make sure that we are responsible enough to stay indoors for the time-being until all this is over. I cannot stress this enough, and I think I’ve mentioned this in all my social media platforms: Remember, the more we stay indoors and practice social distancing, the sooner we can go back to our normal lives.
So aside from doing my part in making sure to stay indoors to help stop the spread of this virus, I thought that, as a reader, I could at the very least make a recommendation post for readers out there who are stuck at home or even just for the general public who wonders, “What good book should I read next?” Continue reading →
How could I have forgotten? I’ve been writing a blog post for my favorite reads almost every year!
This morning, I was decluttering my Google Notes when I realized that I forgot to write a blog post on my favorite books of 2019. Though 2019 wasn’t really a good reading year for me, I don’t think that’s really an excuse for me to forget because I certainly loved most of the books I’ve read, but alas, maybe I’m really starting to grow old (haha). Continue reading →