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Foreword from Stay Bookish: In case you didn’t know, the amazing #AsianLitBingo, co-hosted by several awesome Asian book bloggers and spearheaded by the brilliant blogger from Reading As I Am, has been going on this past May. As we near the end of Asian American Heritage Month, I’m excited to share this thoughtful article from […]

Here’s the thing about the internet that we sometimes forget: people online aren’t always how they seem. People online don’t always look like they seem to. If you read my blog, don’t worry- I’m as every bit bookish in person as I am on here. There’s no doubt about that. Honestly, sometimes I feel like I’m […]

The beauty of literature is that it opens up a world beyond what we can imagine and introduces characters to us that inspire us to be the best version of ourselves. Guidance is not only provided by those who mentor us but also by the fictional women created by the most creative of writers, and […]

For someone who’s always been worried about my own inconsistencies, I’m proud to say that I’ve maintained this blog for three years. It doesn’t seem all that long- we all know how years can fly by sometimes- but it’s also hard to recall those days when I wasn’t book blogging. This feels like a constant for me […]

I rarely ever post about writing here because this blog has always been primarily about books and reading. But this past week has been topsy-turvy in a really awesome way and I’m dying to talk all about it! It’s been almost a year since I finished the first draft of my YA contemporary novel and I’ve been revising it […]

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