Growing up, I had what I now think back on as a strange fascination with books from World War II. They were my favorite genre back in fourth and fifth grades. I especially loved the love stories. I hadn’t picked up a WWII book in years and I accidently picked one up when I started… Continue reading World War What Now?
May is Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month and I wanted to highlight a few of my favorite works by Asian-identified authors. This is not a comprehensive list and it’s just to get you started. Most of these authors are East Asian, but these are just the books I have enjoyed recently or exceptionally enjoyed.… Continue reading Books for Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month
I never thought I would see the day that I would like these white women thrillers. It all started with Gone Girl. I read it ironically. I had no intention of watching the movie. I just had a healthy curiosity of why this book was so popular. Gillian Flynn is my girl! I also read… Continue reading Searching for Thrills