When I read and adored Tokyo Ever after last year, I didn’t know it would become a series. Let me tell you: I was so excited to find out about Tokyo Dreaming and happy to get back to these characters! I have so much for for Izumi and Akio and the world she found herself thrust into, and it was interesting to see the other side of the glitz and glamor (although sad, too).
Holy hell, Dead End Girls was GOOD. This audiobook kept me engaged and I devoured it in two sittings (also the audiobook narration is INCREDIBLE). This book is twisty and bonkers and beautiful all rolled into one, and I cannot wait to own a copy for my bookshelves!
People around the globe are celebrating the accomplishments of the Labor Movement today for International Workers’ Day, also known as May Day. We owe the modern 8-hour workday, weekends, and more to the bargaining efforts and organizing of unions.
Today I’m sharing a list of 7 books to read for International Workers’ Day and learn more about the history of labor and how you can get more involved!
Book bloggers: it is time to learn how to use post tags correctly and stop treating your blog tags the same as you do on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok.
In the Age of Social Media, we all use tags and hashtags to group posts together with other similar content from other users on the platform. I’ve seen a growing number of blogs using the same methodology for blog posts, not realizing blog tags function differently and they may actually be hurting their SEO. So let’s talk about the purpose of blog tags and how to use them correctly!
I cannot believe that it is almost May already? The end of April crept up on me and then my TBR was crushed by the sheer number of amazing books coming out next month. Which means that it’s time for me to share the love and crush your TBRs with this list of 14 May 2022 Anticipated Reads!
Dark and atmospheric, The Wolf and the Woodsman had me in a chokehold from the first page until the very last. A nuanced look at the violence of religious persecution and nation-building, this book is full of Jewish folklore and is beautifully crafted with the most delicious reluctant enemies-to-lovers romance.