The Artisar Book Tag

Hello! Lori @ The Reading Book Fairy tagged me for this a little while ago, and I’m really excited to get to the tag! The Artisar book tag is inspired by the book Raybearer, which has been on my TBR for a while. Doing this tag has made me want to read the book even more, so hopefully I’ll get to that soon! Anyways, I’m going to get right into the questions!

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Five Reasons Why You Should Read Aru Shah and the End of Time, by Roshani Chokshi

So I started writing this post in October, and kind of forgot about it until I was digging through my drafts and realized that I’d actually written most of it!

I haven’t ever done a post like this, but I’ve wanted to for a while. Hopefully I’ll have more recommendation posts, and lists like this of why you should read certain books.

Anyways, Aru Shah and the End of Time is the first in the five book Pandava series by Roshani Chokshi, published through the Rick Riordan Presents imprint. Roshani Chokshi is also the author of the Star-Touched Queen series, and the Gilded Wolves trilogy. The fourth book of the Pandava series, Aru Shah and the City of Gold comes out in just a couple days, and I am so excited! Anyways, here are five reasons why you should read Aru Shah and the End of Time, by Roshani Chokshi.

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March 2021 wrap up and April goals

Hello, and happy April! I can’t believe that March is over, and that we’re so far through the year. This past month went by quickly, but it actually was pretty good! I read a lot, and it was nice having some time off with spring break. Anyways, I’m going to get right into the post!

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The Anonymous Bookaholics Tag

I was tagged for this a few months ago by Abby @ Beyond the Read, and I’m really excited to answer the questions!

I couldn’t find the original creator of the tag anywhere, but if you know, please let me know! Also, wherever it says new books, I’m really answering it as new to me books, and could be books that I got new or used. So, thank you so much Abby, and I’m going to get right into the tag!

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Perfect on Paper, by Sophie Gonzales | a spoiler free review for an amazing book

Hello! Today I have a review for a book that I am very excited to review, and it’s one that I loved reading! Perfect on Paper is an amazing book, with a great plot and great diversity, and I’m really happy to be able to share my thoughts on it!

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The Bookish Baking Tag

I was tagged for this a really long time ago by Daria @ Bookaholic’s Therapy! It’s taken me forever to get to doing it, but it’s a really fun tag! You should also go check out Daria’s blog; it’s really amazing!

Today is also International Women’s Day, and I unfortunately did not have enough time for a post for that! I do have one coming in the next week or so however, so you can look out for that!

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February 2021 wrap up and March goals

It’s crazy that it’s already March, and that this month it’s going to be one year since lockdown started (where I am, at least). February was not the most productive in terms of reading and blogging, and I had a lot of schoolwork, which made setting aside time for other things really difficult. Hopefully, March will be better though!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: How Blogging Has Affected My Reading

I have had a ton of schoolwork recently, and I haven’t had much time for reading or blogging the past week. I am excited for today’s topic, and it is sort of similar to a post I’ve been wanting to write for a few months, so I’m going to get right into it!

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly discussion post created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by Rukky and Dani @ A Literary Lion! This week’s topic is: How has blogging affected your reading?(suggested by Mini @ Book and Corner)

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