Wicked Fox by Kat Cho|A Mesmerizing Story that Centers Around Korean Mythology

“Foolish man didn’t know beauty was the best camouflage for a monster” TW/CW: Graphic Violence, Bullying, Depictions of Seizures, Death  Star Rating: ☆☆☆☆ –The Review– The Wicked Fox is an immersive magical story that takes place in modern-day Seoul that pivots around Korean Mythology. I heard if you love K-Dramas, you’ll love this story. As … More Wicked Fox by Kat Cho|A Mesmerizing Story that Centers Around Korean Mythology

Diversity vs. Representation|BLQ Quick Guide

I decided that I want to start a new blog series where I will give quick guides to certain bookish topics. Today I’m going to discuss the difference between diversity and representation. Now, you probably have seen these words thrown around the internet book world and sometimes, people use them interchangeably. BUT THEY ARE COMPLETELY … More Diversity vs. Representation|BLQ Quick Guide

5 Reasons Why I DNF Books (Yes, I Also Give Some of Them a Star Rating)

Ahh yes, the dreaded DNF (did not finish). I hate not finishing books but I will not hesitate to do so if there are aspects of a book I am not enjoying. Even worse, there are instances when I would rate the book! The Madness!!! I know many people consider this to be a book … More 5 Reasons Why I DNF Books (Yes, I Also Give Some of Them a Star Rating)

White authors having black protagonists?|A black reader perspective|BHM 2017

Happy start to Black History Month! Note: I would like to note that all content expressed in this post comes from a matter of personal experience living in the United States, I don’t mean to offend any cultures and if I do, feel free to call me out in the comments since it’s crucial for … More White authors having black protagonists?|A black reader perspective|BHM 2017

Book to screen adaptations: Why I don’t compare the two

Every time there’s a new trailer for the latest book to screen adaptation, people will take the time to nip pick every little detail, criticizing how it’s nothing like the book. I find that a bit absurd. I separate the two. Someone on the internet once said that if the movie is not exactly like … More Book to screen adaptations: Why I don’t compare the two

Discussion: Going into books BLINDLY

“Your”Blind” Books: When went into a book without reading the synopsis and reviews, generally having no absolute knowledge of the book. Going into books “blind” is sometimes a thrilling experience. You don’t know anything about the characters or the plot, making the book seem mysterious. You open the book, wondering where these words on the … More Discussion: Going into books BLINDLY