#OwnVoices Middle Eastern Books To Check Out For Arab American Heritage Month

Marhaba and hello, dear friends! I hope all is well, and if not, I hope brighter days head your way soon! Well, Indigenous American History Month was back in November, Black History Month was in February, and Women’s History Month was March, but the party isn’t coming to a halt just yet, because this month—April—commemorates […]

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An Overdue Review | The Wolf and the Woodsman by Ava Reid

Title: The Wolf and the WoodsmanAuthor: Ava ReidNarrator(s): Saskia MaarleveldRun Time: 13 hours, 10 minutesSource: Finished Copy Provided by Publisher; Purchased (Audiobook Copy)Trigger Warnings: Mutilation, self harm, gore and blood, abuse by a parental figure, ostracization, bullying and harassment, cultural genocide, ethnic cleansing, religious persecution, antisemitism allegory (NOTE: If you notice I’ve missed any trigger […]

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A Dream Come True! | Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles Review + Aesthetic

PLEASE NOTE: This post contains affiliate links for which I receive a small commission if you use them to purchase an item. Title: Where Dreams Descend Author: Janella Angeles Format: Audiobook Narrator(s): Imani Jade Powers, Steve West Run Time: 14 hours, 37 minutes Source: Library Trigger Warnings: Death, loss of a loved one (NOTE: If […]

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Fantasy Series I (Claire) Want to Read in 2017

I just finished reading the first two books of Brandon Sanderson’s┬áThe Stormlight Archives (review coming sometime relatively soon), and it has filled me with a fervor to read ALL the fantasy books. I have a quite a few fantasy series on my TBR that have been there for a while, and I’m hoping that 2017 […]

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