Furia – book review

Hello readers! I’m so excited to review Furia by Yamile Saied Méndez as part of my stop in the Algonquin Blog tour. It's my new favorite book, I won't stop talking about it, and it´s been chosen to be the next book for Reese Witherspoon's YA Book Club!! Before getting into the review please note… Continue reading Furia – book review

Each of Us a Desert – Blog Tour

Hello readers! Welcome to a very exciting post. Today I'm reviewing an showing you some of my favorite posts from Each of Us a Desert by Mark Oshiro set to publish September 15th! But before that I'd like to thank Colored Pages for organizing this tour, and Tor Teen for supplying a free copy! Also… Continue reading Each of Us a Desert – Blog Tour

August Wrap Up: terrible reading month, but really good blogging month

Hello readers! After a full month of blogging, somewhere between 10 and 15 post last month, but reading wise...yeah let's not talk about THAT (but we actually will because you'll see how bad it was). So let's take a look at my goals for this month: Complete the latinx readathon bingo sheetRead at least 4… Continue reading August Wrap Up: terrible reading month, but really good blogging month

My reading routine

Hello readers! It’s been an odd week not gonna lie, I went from being really happy that I'm on break, to for some reason being very tired. Which is reasonable, but still I felt as if I had a huge weight on my shoulders. Add the word press glitch that doesn't let you save drafts… Continue reading My reading routine

Independence day: read some Uruguayan authors

Hello readers! Today is Uruguay's independence day!! And I've been working on this post most of the day woops. A little history for you before the book recs. Uruguay was colonized by Spaniards and Portuguese, these later traveled towards the north and created some cities of Brazil. The Spaniards had control over Montevideo (today's capital)… Continue reading Independence day: read some Uruguayan authors