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What K-Pop Means to Me – Blogmas ’20 Day 8

Hey there, friends! Yes, I’m still behind! No, I will not provide further comments on it, haha! For today’s yesterday’s post, I am bringing a little short post about what K-Pop means to me! This wasn’t officially a part of my schedule, but I got the idea and it seems fitting since one of the […]

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Why the Star Rating System Has Lost its Meaning for Me

A rating is defined as a classification or ranking of someone or something based on a comparative assessment of their quality, standard, or performance. Sounds about right, right? As readers and reviewers, diving into literature is a full-on hiking experience and at the end of our journey, we often like to document or share how […]

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What Mucho Mucho Amor Means to Me as a Queer Latinx Teen

Walter Mercado. A powerful name. A strong name. A legend. An icon. What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear this name? Wait, you don’t have to tell me, I can probably guess.  Glittering capes. Astrology. Fantastic twirls in those glittering capes. A smooth, poetic voice. Striking, always styled and […]

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Being a Fast Reader Isn’t Everything – A Ramble About Reading Habits, Mental Health, and the Pressure We Place on Ourselves As Readers

There’s this saying that goes: “too many books, too little time”, and in the book community, we kind of take it to heart. At some point during our lives, we’ve all wished for superspeed so we can get through our ginormous TBRs. No matter how many book-buying bans we go on, how many readathons we […]

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The Half of It Isn’t a Rom-com. It’s a Love Story.

Hi, friends! So, heads-up: I don’t know whether this is a movie review, a discussion post, or a straight-up essay. I’ve only ever reviewed one movie ever, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. The truth is, I don’t know what I’m doing. I haven’t planned what I’m gonna write, so this is most likely […]