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How I Edit Bookstagram Photos Using Free Apps

How I Edit Bookstagram Photos Using Free Apps

Let’s talk about anything bookish!   I promised to have this post up last week, but work happened and I have been getting home late last week, so I didn’t have time to screen record a sample of how I edit a photo on the app. The good news is, I have a screen recording of that so I hope that is helpful to you! If you like my aesthetic, you can follow me on Instagram! I use all these apps (at some point) to edit bookstagram photos on my phone. I prefer editing them on my phone because I […]

• Posted February 24, 2020 • 1 Comment

Sometimes, You Just Need a Good Cry

Sometimes, You Just Need a Good Cry

Let’s talk about anything bookish! This is a different discussion post because it is a little bit personal. Well, not in a personal PERSONAL, if you know what I mean, but something that I want to share with everyone. I am an extremely emotional reader. And really, I tear up at minor things – usually meet-cutes! hahaha But seriously, though. Sometimes, I DO search out emotional reads purposely so I can ugly cry. I have no idea why I do that, but I just do! I am an extremely emotional reader and a mood reader to boot, so both are a crazy combo! In fact, Mr. He […]

• Posted February 3, 2020 • 8 Comments

Most Beautiful Covers of 2019

Most Beautiful Covers of 2019

Top 10 of 2019 is hosted by Kim at KimberlyFaye Reads and Ginger of @greadsbooks Looking Back on a Year of Bookish Bests Happy Holidays!   Today, I will be sharing my favorite covers of 2019! I am specifically picking ONLY books published this year. I find that my tastes have changed throughout the years. If you’re interested in taking a peek at my previous fave covers post, you can check it out here: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018. Unique Covers Not only do I love this book, I absolutely love the cover! The boxing gloves shaped into a heart is perfect for […]

• Posted December 28, 2019 • 2 Comments

Favorite Characters of 2019

Favorite Characters of 2019

Top 10 of 2019 is hosted by Kim at KimberlyFaye Reads and Ginger of @greadsbooks Looking Back on a Year of Bookish Bests Happy Holidays!   We’re on the third day of my Top 10 of 2019 and I am so excited to share the outstanding characters in 2019! This year was a year of amazing characters for me and even though some of these books weren’t published this year. So, sit back, and enjoy my fave characters list!   Harvester WARRIOR OF HEAVEN Reaver is an angel with a past, a record, and a less-than-heavenly attitude. Powerful enough to […]

• Posted December 27, 2019 • 2 Comments

Ultimate Gift Guide for Romance Readers 2019 Edition

Ultimate Gift Guide for Romance Readers 2019 Edition

Let’s talk about anything bookish! We’re about 44 days to go until Christmas, and I wanted to share another ultimate gift guide for romance readers! I’ve been doing this gift guide series at least every year now and I’m really glad that we now have more items for the romance reader in your life! As a romance reader, it’s been hard to find the right fandom merch for me because the industry mostly focuses on a lot of fantasy and YA. So here are a few shops that sell romance / romance-inspired merch! If you want to see my other […]

• Posted November 11, 2019 • 1 Comment

Halloween Romance Recommendations

Halloween Romance Recommendations

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl formerly hosted at The Broke and the Bookish   I think I’ve been saying this over and over again. But I can’t really read or watch horror. That said when Halloween comes, I always try to read romance books that have a scary or creepy feel to it. If you’re interested, you can read my favorite non-scary Halloween movies post and non-horror reads to read for Halloween.   Slave to Sensation by Nalini Singh Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy   Fated by Rebecca Zanetti Paranormal Romance   The City of Brass by […]

• Posted October 29, 2019 • 0 Comments

Pag-Ibig: A Filipino-American Romance Panel

Pag-Ibig: A Filipino-American Romance Panel

Let’s talk about anything bookish!   Happy Monday, Wormies! I finally survived the first romance panel that I moderated! Yes, there was a lot of fangirling involved! A few months ago, I was asked by these amazing authors: Mia Hopkins, Maida Malby, Tif Marcelo, and Sarah Smith to moderate their panel at The Ripped Bodice. It was an honor to moderate this panel because all these ladies are Filipino-American authors writing about characters of color and representing the Filipino, and Filipino-American culture!   We had an amazing time talking about books, romance and Filipino & Filipino American representation in literature. I love that everyone […]

• Posted October 21, 2019 • 8 Comments