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Back in 2013, I started Stay Bookish hoping to hold on to my love of books. I had fallen in love with reading when I was in high school and I was starting my second year of college during that time. I was struggling a lot then and reading was my escape and my lifeline….

Book Hauls

Some of the books I received months ago for review: The Year of Cecily by Lisa Lin, The Book Proposal by KJ Micciche, Sugar, Spice, and Can’t Play Nice by Annika Sharma and more.


After the first virtual day of the hybrid US Book Show started with highlighting librarians and AAPI sessions, the in-person programming began at NYU’s Kimmel Center the following day. In its third year, the US Book show features rich editorial panels and author panels highlighting Fall 2023 books that represent a wide variety of titles…


Last week, the hybrid US Book Show kicked off with an AAPI sessions special livestreaming event on the afternoon of its first day. AAPI Communities in Conversation featured authors, creators, and librarians and focused on Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) voices, books, cultures, and experiences. The program is a collaborative effort from the University…

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I’ve been trying to be more active on Bookstagram recently! Since May also happens to be AAPI Heritage Month, it was important for me to highlight books by Asian authors in all these new posts.


Bookstores like Kinokuniya and B&N offer discounts and benefits through membership cards. Are they worth it?

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