I caught up (almost)! Hopefully my November and December post will be up in time aha. Anyway, I hope you’ll find something you’ll be interested in! Please support Asian authors and small bookstores which are struggling in those tough times.
I was keeping a scoreboard — it’s hard to explain, but the points were never in my favor. They just weren’t. Then I came to Rome, and the points started adding up, you know? They were finally in my favor, and I felt like I was winning.
Following up with my most recent post, today is about August and September releases! There are so many interesting books and as always, support the authors if you can!
I know I’m late. Like really late. But I’m kind of the worst blogger out there so what’s new? Anyway I don’t really have an excuse beside the fact that my blog was kind of in hiatus because of my internship and thesis. But anyway here are the June and July releases written by Asian authors ! Meaning that all the books are out already so please support Asian authors and support your local bookstore if you can!
J’avais dit que j’arrêtais ce genre d’articles mais faut croire que j’aime bien quand on vient m’attraper par le col (non pas du tout). En vrai, je trouve qu’il s’agit de discussions qui sont importantes à avoir si on veut faire avancer le monde de l’édition dans l’ensemble. Qu’est-ce qu’un.e sensitivity reader ? On ne va pas se mentir : je suis la pire personne … Continuer de lire Les sensitivity readers : la solution à tous les problèmes ?
On the field, she is La Furia, a powerhouse of skill and talent. When her team qualifies for the South American tournament, Camila gets the chance to see just how far those talents can take her. In her wildest dreams, she’d get an athletic scholarship to a North American university.
From debut author Nina Kenwood comes a tender, funny, and compulsively readable novel about first love and its confusions, and all of the awkwardness of teen romance.
My parents have let me get away with a lot of things fashion-wise, but they draw the line at two earrings in each ear. They said I would look like a pirate, although I, personally, have never seen a pirate with more than exactly one earring.
Hey I’m back and with an interview with an author I really appreciate. Debbi is such a sweet person and honestly, her middle grade book is a book you should read. I hope you’ll appreciate this interview and that it will make you want to read Keep It Together, Keiko Carter! Oh and huge thanks to Debbi for answering my questions! If you had to … Continuer de lire Interview: Q&A with Debbi Michiko Florence, author of Keep It Together, Keiko Carter
— Crache le morceau, Conner Lassiter.
Il rit doucement.
— J’aime quand tu dis mon nom tout entier.