Happy New Year And My Bookish Resolutions For 2018

Happy New Year to everyone!

I hope 2018 will reserve for each one of you a year full of happiness, possibilities, love and more reading time.

For the first day of the year, I will share with you some goals I set for this blog and for myself, that I want to do all of them before the end of 2018:

  • Read 150 books and more than half of them will be #ownvoices and diverse books;
  • Writing more Blogger Bubbles;
  • Participate in more challenges;
  • Be more engaged in the blogging community;
  • Take more beautiful photos on my Bookstagram account which I never talked to you about, you can follow me here.

And before I forget, to be more motivated to write discussion posts, I decided to join the 2018 Book Blog Discussion Challenge hosted by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction and Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight!


If you want to participate, you can sign-up here. I thought it was a wonderful idea!

What do you think of this list? Anything I should add? Let me know in the comments…


Review (#DiverseDecember): Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao


Title: Forest of a Thousand Lanterns (Rise of the Empress #1)
Author: Julie C. Dao
Date: October 10th 2017
Pages: 363
Publisher: Philomel Books

This will be my last post of 2017, I can’t believe it has been almost a year since I started this blog. Thanks for sticking with me!

Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao is a Young Adult fantasy book set in ancient China. Xifeng has been foretold by her aunt Guma that she would become the most powerful woman in the world, Empress of Feng Lu. But in order to follow her destiny, she must reject the man she loves, Wei, and embrace the darkness in her that feeds on the hearts of the recently killed. From a small village, and from a poor background, she will rise above others and become Empress.

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Blogger Bubble #3: 5 Best Korean Dramas I’ve Watched This Year And Why I’ve Loved Them

Happy Friday!

Not everyone knows about my love for Korean dramas. And since writing a review can be quite exhausting, I decided to write a post a little different. There are many people who share my love for K dramas and I thought to write a post in which I recommended some series I’ve watched in 2017 and that I absolutely loved.

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Review (#DiverseDecember): Beasts Made of Night by Tochi Onyebuchi


Title: Beasts Made of Night
Author: Tochi Onyebuchi
Date: October 31st 2017
Pages: 304
Publisher: Razorbill

Beasts Made of Night by Tochi Onyebuchi is a Nigerian-inspired Young Adult fantasy book. The protagonist is Taj and he’s one the aki, people who can eat sins. Their job is a dangerous one, in fact there are no adult aki. When an aki eats a sin, a painful process, he gains a tattoo that fades with time; however Taj’s tattooes never fades, making him different from others.

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Review: Rosemarked by Livia Blackburne


Title: Rosemarked (Rosemarked #1)
Author: Livia Blackburne
Date: November 7th 2017
Pages: 400
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion

Rosemarked by Livia Blackburne is a Young Adult fantasy book. The main characters are Zivah, a healer who can’t be healed from a disease she catched while curing an Amparan commander, and Dineas, a broken Shidadi fighter who spent a year in an Amparan dungeon. The two will have to carry on a mission to infiltrate into Sehmar, the capital of the Amparan Empire.

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Review: Starswept by Mary Fan


Title: Starswept (Starswept #1)
Author: Mary Fan
Date: August 29th 2017
Pages: 400
Publisher: Snowy Wings Publishing

Starswept by Mary Fan is a Young Adult sci-fi book set in the future. After a new human-like alien species had reached the Solar system in 2157, they found themselves captivated by how human beings expressed their emotions through Arts. So they became patrons to those musicians, singers and dancers they deemed worthy of being employed and then brought them to their planet: Adrye.Read More »