Happy July! With so many new releases coming out, my tbr is growing even longer. Here are 5 YA books I’m excited for this month:continue reading ➤
We are less than two weeks away from the release of Netflix’s Shadow and Bone, and I’m so excited to see the Grishaverse come to life on the screen.
For those who know me, my excitement for movies and tv shows usually leads me to planning a themed night to celebrate. Of course, Shadow and Bone is no exception!continue reading ➤
I can’t believe this blog is two years old! That means I have been reviewing books, sharing book news, and gushing about books here for over 730 days!
I have grown a lot in these two years, especially in terms of what I create and what I want from myself. In honor of that, I thought it was time my blog reflected my growth. For the past couple of months, I dedicated time to revamping the look and brand of WolfRoseReads. It’s not perfect, but it’s a start.continue reading ➤
I’m a little late on posting, but better late than never right?
October was full of Halloween and autumn vibes as I decorated the house with my mom and watched old (and new) Halloween favorites.continue reading ➤
This post is a little different from what I normally do on my blog. Thank you Mehek from The Critiques of a Fangirl for tagging me!
Before we start, here are the rules of the tag:
🎃 Answer all prompts.
🎃 Answer honestly.
🎃 Tag 1-13 people.
🎃 Link back to this post.
🎃 Remember to credit the creator (Anthony @ Keep Reading Forward).
🎃 Have fun!
Now that the rules are out of the way, let’s go!continue reading ➤
And just like that, the month of August has come to an end!
Despite feeling like I lived through the longest March ever, August brought a new sense of peace (?) for me. My love for fantasy books was revived, summer class stress disappeared, excitement for the fall season rose, and I turned 22!continue reading ➤
Is this post really a surprise at this point? I’m a complete sucker for themed readathons!
This month I’m participating in Magicalathon, a month-long readathon focusing on fantasy reads. The story and theme immediately drew me in, so I thought it would be a good way to squeeze in more reading before the official school year starts.continue reading ➤
And that’s a wrap! My first year participating in the Indian Lit Readathon is done!continue reading ➤
I can’t believe I didn’t know about this readathon sooner!
Recently, it’s been bothering me more that I have a hard time finding books that are by Indian authors or have an Indian main character. When I found out about this readathon, I felt this was the perfect way to find the book recs I’ve been looking for.continue reading ➤
When life happens and you can’t be in Santa Monica for YALLWEST…
…YALLSTAYHOME saves the day!
Two weeks ago, I was able to attend YALLSTAYHOME from the comfort of my bed. The book festival did an amazing job shifting to a virtual set-up in such a short amount of time. Lots of giveaways were held throughout the two weeks leading up to the event, and panels were extended to include the full weekend. There were even extra events, including an Instagram Live of Soman Chainani learning TikTok dances.continue reading ➤