Alex has planned and executed her life with laser focus since she first met her future husband at the play-doh table on the first day of kindergarten. They have a terrific life, a gorgeous house on the bay, and fantastic careers they love. There's only one problem: Alex's husband Michael is gay, a fact he neglected to mention in the 23 years since they first met.
The Proverbial Mr. Universe got a new look! Though I love the original cover, I couldn't say how much I adore this one too. They're both dreamy and gorgeous. So, I wouldn't choose which one is a favorite. This book reminds me of the movie, Serendipity that has an uplifting, charming vibe leaving me totally smitten and … Continue reading Cover Reveal | The Proverbial Mr. Universe by Maria La Serra
Ever since Toben told me to make my first birthday wish, I always wish for the same thing: for us to run away to a beautiful place where they won’t ever find us or hurt us again. He’s the only person in the world who loves me. I love him too. He’s says we’re the same, that we’re halfpeople. He tries to protect me from the monster. The monster does’t love us, but Toben says we don’t need him to.
A wonderfully raw new novel by author Michelle Areaux that takes you on an emotional journey as you laugh, cry, and fall in love with the difficult side of being a teenager. “People leave. People lie. People let go. That is how my world works.”
Before this month come to an end, I would like to share internationally published Filipino authors in line with the celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month who deserve all the attention and praise like most mainstream celebrities get. I didn't know about APAHM before but thanks to Kate of The Backward Bookshelf who shared her … Continue reading Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: 18 Filipino Authors You Should Know About