Anticipated books for June 2023

It’s my birthday month! The best gift to me is that there are so many dope books coming out this month. And I am also starstruck that I have the same birthday as Tiffany D. Jackson šŸ¤© Here are the books coming out this month! Wild Poppies by Haya Saleh, Marcia Lynx Qualey (translator) ReleaseContinue reading “Anticipated books for June 2023”

Anticipated books for April 2023

Happy National Poetry Month (and all the other months April is)! Here is a list of books I’m excited to come out this month, most of which come out on April 4th. Don’t judge me that this list doesn’t actually contain that many poetry books šŸ˜… Blood Debts by Terry J. Benton-Walker Release Date: AprilContinue reading “Anticipated books for April 2023”

Anticipated books for March 2023

Happy Women’s History Month! Here are some dope new releases by women (and nonbinary people) to add to your TBR! Study Break:11 College Tales from Orientation to Graduation edited by Aashna Avachat Release Date: March 7 LGBTQ, YA My Dear Henry: A Jekyll & Hyde Remix by Kalynn Bayron Release Date: March 7 LGBTQ, YAContinue reading “Anticipated books for March 2023”

Anticipated books for February 2023

It’s Love Month! It’s Black History Month! It’s a good month to add books to your TBR! Here are some books I’m excited to see for February! Hijab Butch Blues: A Memoir by Lamya H Release Date: Feb. 7 LGBTQ+ memoir Healing Justice Lineages: Dreaming at the Crossroads of Liberation, Collective Care, and Safety byContinue reading “Anticipated books for February 2023”

Making A Scene: A Book Review

As first posted on feministbookclub.com Making A SceneĀ by Constance Wu is a memoir that showed what it means to fight to be seen in a world that renders you invisible. I donā€™t mean this in the sense that Constance Wu is seeking attention, and this is why she became an actress. What I got fromContinue reading “Making A Scene: A Book Review”

Operation Mom: A Book Review

As first posted on feministbookclub.com Operation Mom: My Plan to Get My Mom a Lifeā€¦ and a ManĀ by Reenita M. Hora took me by surprise. As I read the synopsis, I thought it was going to be a zany adventure where the reader watches Ilaā€™s mother go on a series of dates to distract herContinue reading “Operation Mom: A Book Review”

Book Review: Crying in H Mart

As first posted on feministbookclub.com If you have unresolved mommy issues, I would not suggest you to read Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner. If you havenā€™t self-diagnosed yourself with said issues, then I highly recommend you read this! Crying in H Mart is a memoir outlining Zaunerā€™s relationship with her mother, before, during, and after she diesContinue reading “Book Review: Crying in H Mart”

Book Review: Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning

As first posted on feministbookclub.com Iā€™m not sure what I expected withĀ Minor Feelings: An Asian AmericanĀ Reckoning. Maybe something that was going to be a general reflection on what it means to be Asian in America. Something cool to read for AAPI Heritage Month. What I got was so much more than that. Cathy Park HongContinue reading “Book Review: Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning”

Books for AAPI Heritage Month

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Month! Here are some of books from authors of Asian and Pacific Islander descent and origin. You can check out my full list of AAPI books on my Bookshop page! Time Is a Mother by Ocean Vuong I first fell in love with Ocean Vuong through the bookContinue reading “Books for AAPI Heritage Month”