Symptoms of a Heart Break

Symptoms of a Heartbreak by Sona Charaipotra My rating: 3 of 5 stars Symptoms of a Heartbreak by Sona Charaipotra is a cute teen medical drama reminiscent of Gray’s Anatomy and the like. We follow the life of Indian-American teen doctor, Saira, as she navigates her legitimacy as Girl Genius and one of the youngestContinue reading “Symptoms of a Heart Break”

Tokyo Dreaming by Emiko Jean: Book Review

Tokyo Dreaming by Emiko Jean My rating: 4 of 5 stars This sequel to Tokyo Ever After was what my spirit needed. I was ecstatic when I discovered the series as a retelling of The Princess Diaries, as I was freaking obsessed with that series growing up. Tokyo Dreaming was super cute, and I personallyContinue reading “Tokyo Dreaming by Emiko Jean: Book Review”

She’s Unlikeable: And Other Lies That Bring Women Down: A Book Review

As first posted on I was part of the wave in 2020 that binged Indian Matchmaking on Netflix during quarantine. I’m not sure what made me watch except that learning more about matchmaking seemed very fascinating to me. She’s Unlikeable Aparna Shewakramani was someone I was instantly annoyed with. No one was good enough for her. SheContinue reading “She’s Unlikeable: And Other Lies That Bring Women Down: A Book Review”

Must Love Books: Book Review

Must Love Books by Shauna Robinson My rating: 3 of 5 stars This book is perfect for the quarter life crisis. Nora thinks publishing is her dream job is working in publishing, but she feels stagnant and unfulfilled. When she meets Andrew Santos, She starts questioning her happiness level and if publishing is really whereContinue reading “Must Love Books: Book Review”

Anticipated Books for March 2022

Happy Women’s History Month! This month is all about looking at the badass women, femmes, and gender nonconforming folks from history making moves 😎 While most of the books on this list are by women, there is a book buy a dude that looked so good, I had to sneak it on here. For moreContinue reading “Anticipated Books for March 2022”

calling in black by Nicholle Ramsey

calling in black by Nicholle Ramsey My rating: 5 of 5 stars Calling in Black was the realest and rawest poetry collection I think I have ever read, You read poems about mental health, but something about this feels extra honest and authentic. Nicholle Ramsey is naked in a way that’s more than one ofContinue reading “calling in black by Nicholle Ramsey”

Surviving Home by Katerina Canyon

Surviving Home by Katerina Canyon My rating: 4 of 5 stars Content Warning: Child Abuse and Neglect, racial trauma I read Surviving Home in one Day. About 100 pages of poetry filled with trauma and abuse. There weren’t many poems that were hopeful to counteract the pain, but that is intentional and powerful. We shouldn’tContinue reading “Surviving Home by Katerina Canyon”