July TBR

A really late Monthly TBR. Sorry!

Here it is mostly repeated books and still trying to finish some books from the library.


  • Bruja Born: Brooklyn Brujas#2 by Zoraida Cordova


  • El Circo De La Noche by Erin Morgenstern
  • Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw
  • Immortal Beloved by Care Teirnan
  • Searching for the Amazon’s The Real The Women of The Ancient World by John Man(Arc)

Some of the books that I planned to read for this month that are from my library and was posted in one of my Tbr list will be pushed to next month. Hopefully with this books finished I could balance my reading and the list of specific books without pushing them to other months.


June TBR

It’s hard to finish all the books one has planned. So I’m going to continue just reading the books I have planned for the monthly TBR’s. By pushing the books I didn’t finish to the next month but still adding new ones. Not including DNF books and audiobooks.

Push to this month:

  • I am Malala: The girl who stood up for Education and was shot by the Taliban by Malala Yousafzai with Christina Lamb
  • Immortal Beloved by Care Teirnan
  • El Circo de la Noche by Erin Morgenstern
  • Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw
  • Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  • Aru Shah and the End of Time (Pandava series #1) by Roshani Chokshi
  • Searching for the Amazon’s the Real Worrior Women of the Ancient World by John Man(arc)
  • Pretties by Scott Westerfeld
  • Sweep Book 1 by Care Tiernan
  • Dragon knight volume 3

New Books:

A little nerrvous to include this books because I don’t know i will be able to get to them. Hopefully, I do, this are just new releases from February, April and May. Also other books.

  • Toradora Volume 6&7 by Yuyuko, Takemiya
  • A Girl Like that by Ianaz Bhathena
  • Circe by Madeline Miller
  • Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson
  • Bruja Born by Zorida Cordova

Reading takes time and I wish to read all the books in the world. But there is not always a time for it. I make this list as a reminder. Some are repetitive books from other tbr’s and blog post and I apologize to those who are reading them. But putting  them here its a reminder to me that I need to get to them.

P.S. Sorry for the late posting.


I should make monthly wrap up here like booktubers, I will like to insert an emoji here but it will be annoying and weird. So like I was saying before it was hard to finish books but this time in the month of April my TBR for that month I was able to read three books on the list and about four more that weren’t in the list but it was still a good reading month.

Even if I read alot on April their were still four books I wasn’t able to get to plus others from my old TBRs so going to push them up to this TBR and hopefully finish them.

Here is my list:

– Books pushed up:

1. Psychology: Essential Thinkers, Classic Theories, and How they Inform your World by Andrea Bonior, Ph.D.

2. I am Malala: The girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban by Malala Yousafzai with Christina Lamb

3. Immortal Beloved by Cate Teirnan

4. El Circo de la Noche by Erin Morgenstern

5. Pretties by Scott Westerfeld

6. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

7. Sweep Book1 by Cate Tiernan

8. Searching for the Amazons The Real Warrior Women of the Ancient World by John Man (Arc)

9. Dragon knight volume 3 by Mineko Ohkami

New Books I’m going to Read:

1. Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

2. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K.Rowling

3. Aru Shah and the End of Time (Pandava Series #1) by Roshani Chokshi

Cannot wait to read these books. I feel this new month is going to be amazing.

Amanda Lovelace Two Poem Books

Hello, being this my first review in my blog please have in mind that this are only my opinions. So as you could see the books I’m going to review for you are from Amanda Lovelace. Her books contain poems and since April is poetry month I decided to read them. Here are the books:

(My Rating 3.5🌟🌟🌟)


(Rating 3.3 🌟🌟🌟)

As a side note I’m no professional poet I really do not know the structure of how poems are made. But as a reader my opinion count to how I interrupted them. So let’s start with the princess save herself in this one.

In this books I read alot of resentful, anger, fear, romance, judgment and so many things. Which was actually interesting, it seems like I’m reading alot about personal stuff of the author. Alot of feminism I cannot say if its good feminism or the one that people hates so much. But I see her takes on what she is trying to say especially alot in the witch doesn’t burn in this one. While the first poem book she seems more reserve in her feminist views, although there were alot of good ones in the first book. Both book express almost the same thing about women and there struggles with the modern views and restriction women have in this world. Its clear that the writer is going towards women and part I like this about the books. The only thing that I questioned was the implications that men in this poems where the evil ones. Comparing men to dragons in the first book and men holding matches in the second book. Which in part the author is implying the power men had in women but I wanted to see less of that and maybe a feminine side of men which it will make the books more dramatic. Making it less more feminist then the type of feminism that people hates so much. But like I said before I really dont know the intention of the author I’m just interpeting my thoughts about the books. So looking back and closely the author compares fire with men, showing the strength that men have and how they have an easy hold on women in this society. Its a good implication in part on what men have and using fire as a synonym made sense. For example, fire in my opinion is consider to be strong, has a hold on the object it’s being light up. Meaning “Fire” for the author is an example to how men are. In conclusion this two books has good poems but I will not say their poem their more of entries in a journal showing her opinion of certain topics in this world that are hard to talk about. Both books are three stars for me, I wish alot from both but more in the first book. Their good books with topics that are to hard to get into especially if your not interest in the topics the author is expressing. Recommend to women who feel oppress and need to feel like they’re others that feel the same way. Some poems have strong topics of suicide, abuse,rape and anorexia/bulimia if this topics are hard for anyone I recommend to skip it.

Thank you for reading my review of this books. Be free to express your opinions in the comment section below. Also if my writing is not coherent please be free too also tell me. I will love to have some help. But please be technical and not personal. See you next time.

My Top 10 favorite Marvel characters

In honor and release of the new Avengers: Infinity War movie and since I do not only read YA/Literature books Im also interested in comics and manga. I’m going to composites a list of my favorite character of Marvel. With this we could bond and become friends. πŸ˜†

1. Captain America

This one of my favorite original Avenger character. Being a honest but yet defined character. A leader that in the MCU has made him a really memorable character with views that make you like him more. Comic wise he is a tough and strict character with morals that hard to follow but still a character I will follow in my heart.

2. Ghost rider

This character I like because of his powers to punish those who done bad deeds. A character one could like because what he does, even if he is not much of a hero he is in my eyes.

3. Scarlet witch

Another character that is not much of a hero because of so many conflicts she has. Especially, on who she is and who is her father (in part). Any character that has witch in their name could be written in my favorite character list. Wishing to see more of her in this new movie plus those to come. She is my favorite character because of her power and the bond she has with her brother although sometime to much of a strong bond. But forgetting that she could be a character to remember.

4. Daredevil

A character with a disability yet a superhero by day and night. Helping those that have problems in the law and protecting those that need protection from bad people. Daredevil is a favorite because he tries to use his knowledge of the justice system to help but notice the dirty part of it and takes justice to his own hand making him the daredevil.

5. Elektra

For me she consider more of a anti-villian being she had a really big traumatic incident when she was young. Making her psychologically unstable she is a character that if she is with good people she would do good deeds. She is a character I like because she represent what in real life will happen to someone. She is the most human one of all.

6. Wolverine

Wolverine is another favorite because he is one that doesn’t like being in any situation or battle. He is a chill person but yet has a need to protect others seemingly looking like he doesnt like it. I’m sure it makes him feel good (I’m making it seems like he is a real person). But still has conflict with his powers making me think he is the most understandable character of all the x-men characters.

7. Hulk

This one of the hardest to explain him being the strongest of all the avengers he could be the most sad one. Always being angry for little things makes me like him. Weird, Huh! Maybe because I will really like to feel less regret for being angry.

8. Punisher

My dislike for guns is unbearable making me question why I like the punisher. But his story and his need to get revenge for the death of his family makes me like him more. The honorable way he support his military fallen camarades is beautiful and his own way sadly he has for me the saddest storyline then any of my favorite characters.

9. Storm

Making it short I love her powers, the ability to manipulate weather it’s amazing and her hair is white. Cannot wait for her to be brought to the MCU maybe in Black Panther movie sequence. Cross my finger they do.

10. Gambit

Lastly but not least, gambit, just going to say being a girl it’s because of his looks. But power wise kenetic energy the ability to manipulate it is amazing as it is. Especially throwing cards at the opponent. One of my favorite x-men character from the original animated series when I was little. Being that the reason I like him.

Some of the reasons I like this characters are their powers, their morals or ideas of life but just how they act in teams. Which reflects that they work well with others showing what Avengers: Infinity War is going to be about.

April TBR

My TBR for this month:

Note: Some will be repeated because I never got to them early from my library or I didn’t finish them.

1. Uglies by Scott Westfield

2. Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets by J.K.Rowling

3. Psychology: Essential Thinkers, Classic Theories, and How they Inform your World by Andrea Bonior, Ph.D.

4. I am Malala: The girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban by Malala Yousafzai with Christina Lamb

5. Immortal Beloved by Cate Teirnan

6. El Circo de la noche by Erin Morgenstern

Some books are from my local library those will be my first priority to finish. The last two I have my own copy so those will be the last to start and take my time with them. Still hoping that I could finish this books fast.

My Most Anticipated Books of 2018

I know this is a really late list. But I want to show you my most anticipated books of this year. Although alot of months have passed and some books where released already. I still want to show you the books I want to read or try to read when they are releases. Hoping to get my hands on any of this books. I will start with April since March is at its last week.

– The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer (April 3)

-Dread Nation by Justina Ireland(April 3)

– Circe by Madeline Miller(April 10)

– Heads of the Colored People: Stories by Nafissa Thompson Spires (April 10)

-Unbury Carol by Josh Malerman (April 10)

– Not that bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture by Roxane Gay (May 1)

– Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson(May 8)

– The Favorite Sister by Jessica Knoll (May 15)

-What My Sister Knew by Nina Laurin (June 19)

– A Thousand Beginnings and Endings By Ellen Oh and Elise Chapman (June 26)

– Bruja Born by Zoraida Cordova
(June 2018)

– Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage (July 17)

– Sea Witch by Sarah Henning (July 31)

All come out August 7

– Mother knows Best: A Tale of the Old Witch by Serena Valentino

– Dance of Theives(Dance of Theives #1) by Mary E. Pearson

-The Rebel Waves (Steam Raiders #1) by Sarah Raasch

– If You Leave Me by Crystal Hanna Kim

– Good Luck With That by Kristin Higgins

– Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa (Oct.2)
-The Royal Runaways by Lindsay Emory (Oct. 9)

– White Elephant by Emily Raymond (Dec. 4)

TBR Disaster!!!

I been really late on my monthly tbrs. I haven’t finish my February tbr and its already the end of March. So as of now, I’m going to limit myself until I finish the books I haven’t finish reading. So on April I will post my tbr but mostly will be books that I had planned in the other month hopefully, finishing them on time. And start fresh for June and the other months. So the post on February and March Tbr the books will be repeated except Batman: Nightwalker, Wonderwoman: Warbringer, Runaways, 250 Job Interview questions, I will be done with this books at the end of this month.

5 Favorite Unpopular Manga

This is a list of some manga that are not that popular but I feel they need some sort of recognition. Not in any particular order.

1. Dragon knights by Mineko Ohkami

2. ZOMBIE-LOAN by Peach-Pit

3. Pochamani by Hirama Kaname

4. S.A. Special A by Maki Minami

5. Beauty pop by Kiyoko Arai

No, summary because mostly all summaries give out alot to the plot of the story.

February & March TBR

Although is really late and February is almost done. I am still going to write down my to be read for that month here.


Note: As of now I’m not a huge fan of romance books or contemporary books. I stop reading some romance books but my expectations are so high so they wouldn’t be any of this type of genre on this TBR as expected. Being the month of love.

1. Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu

2. Wonderwoman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo

3. Runaways by Christopher Golden

4. The 250 job interview questions by Peter Veruki


1. Pretties by Scott Westerfeld

2. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

3. Sweep Book1 by Cate Tiernan

4. Searching for the Amazons The Real Warrior Women of the Ancient World by John Man (Arc)

5. Dragon knight volume 3 by Mineko Ohkami

Note: Book four on the list was published 2/6/2018 I should had read it before the date but had other books to finish it.