Kpop in YA Fiction Book Reviews

Every time I get back into Kpop it's like an addiction where it feeds into everything I as a consumer get. My art was the first thing hit as a number of the portraits I've been doing were definitely Kpop idols I currently follow, but my reading this time also had some Kpop influencing it... Continue Reading →

Goodreads Closeout 2021

2020 saw us adapting to quarantines and working/learning from home. 2021 definitely brought some good changes, but it also saw me attached to my phone more and reading less. I also picked up art again and began to work it into my already busy schedule, so my reading for sure took a bit of a... Continue Reading →

XOXO by Axie Oh {Book Review}

It was pure coincidence I picked this up after Tokyo Ever After, but it somehow was the best choice in the end. I was definitely in the mood for another YA contemporary romance and both of these books were such amazing and immersive stories overall! Synopsis XOXO follows Jenny as she lives in Koreatown Los... Continue Reading →

August Wrap-Up

August has been a wild month of lots of work, a harder push to do art, and another bout of bad time management. With so much happening this month, downtime has literally meant downtime. -XOXO by Axie Oh -Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim (Currently Reading) Since things are still a little wild, but maybe... Continue Reading →

August TBR

July was a good month for reading, so August's main goal is to continue that and maybe even improve on that progress as move past the halfway point for the year. XOXO by Axie OhThe Never Tilting World by Rin ChupecoSix Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim I'm hoping this list is just a starting point... Continue Reading →

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