I’ve been trying to keep this as a secret for weeks and I’m really excited that it’s finally here! The Con Sabor Reading Challenge 2021 Edition!! And maybe I am biased but this new edition will be a lot better than the last one.
We created this challenge to share our love for books written by latinx authors and getting some latinx representation by spreading word about them and of course by inviting people to join us in reading them.
I apologize for the lack of posting, this semester at University was hard to say the least, the good thing is that it’s almost over and with that comes more free time. Anyway, today I am here with a new review, I was really excited about reading this book, if you read my 21 most anticipated releases of 2021 post you probably know that this book was one of them and well, let’s say I have thoughts. So without more further ado, let’s get to it.
I know that it’s April already and that somehow this year’s first half is almost gone but I didn’t want to not post this because these kind of posts are my favorite type of posts to read and make, so after a long debate with myself I decided to do it, because it’s better late than never! And here it is my twenty one most anticipated 2021 book releases!!
As I was making this list I realized that every year I get excited for a ton of new releases and add them all to my GoodReads TBR, or to my Amazon wish list but only end up reading about 5 of them and kind of forget why I wanted to read them in the first place. *rip* so for this year I decided to list only the books that I’m planning on getting no matter what.
Here are them, also since I’m a little late some of they may have released already but I’m keeping them on the list along with the upcoming books.
The first half of February is gone and here I am with all my end of 2020 post because like you know I run on Mexican time. I’ve been super excited to start blogging again but I had not taken into consideration that I kind of forgot how to blog, so I apologize for all the incongruences you are about to read (when I’m excited I forget how to English oops).
So, today I’m here with the books that made 2020 bearable to me, you know the ones that gave me all the feels and made me forget about the whole global pepperoni thing we are going through.
2020 was a year, a very crazy and life changing year. So many things happened, some great, others awful. Sometimes I wanted to give up, others I was ready to conquer everything. And that’s why I am here. After some incidents and a lot of thinking I realized a new beginning was needed.
Hello lovelies!! I am back with a new name (post about it coming soon) and our first Q&A with the author of Sasha Masha!! I’m so excited they get to be our first interviewed author because I loved Sasha Masha and if you haven’t you should add it to your TBR. It’s a YA about self identity, discovering yourself, that explores transness, queerness in a brilliant way.
I know it’s inly been a few weeks since I last posted but it feels like a lifetime, so much has happened. The new semester started and I haven’t had the time to post as much as I had planned, specially now that it’s Latinx Heritage Month but I’m changing that by bringing a new book review, and this one is kind of special.
First of all I wanted to thank you, we reached 200 followers here! When I fist started blogging a little over a year ago I never thought it would grow into what this is today. It’s become a part of my life and a passion of mine that keeps me motivated and eager to improve and keep sharing everything I love (and what I don’t love that much) with you.
Every like in a post, a comment, share, message means a lot to me and I’m forever grateful to this community and what’s given me.
Please tell me I am not the only one struggling with the new block editor. I feel like I have to learn how to use wordpress once again and that I’ve lost sense on how to format my posts, so please bear with me while I find a way to make them work again.
I was supposed to post this last week and I’m sorry for the delay and the fact that there wasn’t a post last week but here’s one.
Today I’m here with a new eARC review about my first Kristina Forest read and I regret not reading something by them sooner because it was amazing and now I’m looking for a way to trade my soul for their debut. Read more ›