january + february 2021 wrap up (forgettable reads and hope for what’s next)

let’s say that 2021 has not started great reading-wise for me. i still haven’t rated any book 5 stars, though there hasn’t been any DNF so far. needless to say, i wish it was better. as for my personal life, it is not any more exciting. i got swept into a routine, and i’m not …

november 2020 wrap up (short stories, an informal hate letter to college and december goals)

every month goes by so fast that by the time i finish writing my monthly wrap-up, we’re already far into the following month. i try to be on time every month, but who am i kidding. let’s just forget i am five days late and get on with this post. even during a lockdown, november …

there’s still time to ace that goodreads challenge! tips to read more books in a shorter amount of time (+ some recs!)

the end of the year is approaching, and with it comes the dread of not completing your goodreads challenge. though it’s a challenge we deliberately take part of, it’s still source of a lot of pressure, especially during this time of the year. this is when i, your ultimate savior, intervene. if you wish to …

a good ol’ list of my favorite reads of the summer! (aka my comeback post)

*dusts off blog* well, hi. it’s been a while. in the last two months, life has been pretty...hectic. i finally got to see my family after five months of that being impossible, and with everything i had to do (see family, read, prepare for college, start college, move from my old appartment to a new …

let’s talk fluff! i recommend the fluffiest romance novels i have read (and lose the ability to express emotions)

don’t you wish sometimes you would just read a story that will make you squeal with delight and leave you beaming and grinning with happiness? well, the superheroine that i am is here to deliver! i noticed that i have been focusing on more smutty recommendations in my last few posts, so i decided why …

BLOG TOUR: amazing muslims who changed the world, by burhana islam (an love letter to a fictional character i fell in love with)

throughout my life, it was hard for me to see myself represented in any form of fictional media. i usually had to deeply look for stories depicting characters who are like me, and even if i find any, it would usually be produced/written by someone who is very far and uninformed of any part of …

adult romance books to read for people who don’t usually read adult romance (and people who do!)

so you don’t read adult romance, do you? are you looking to dip your toe into the genre? if that’s the case, then you have come to the right place! today i’m here to share all the books that, in my opinion, can be a good start for you in the field! of course, even …