Love and Science

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood Synopsis Olive Smith, a third year Ph.D. candidate, kisses the first man she comes across at the lab just so she can help her BFF, Ahn. The man is none other Dr. Adam Carlsen, a well-known professor who makes those under him shake in terror and cry. The pair... Continue Reading →

One Mystery Down

The Violin Conspiracy by Brendan SloCumb Are you a fan of mysteries? If so, what is it about them that appeals to you? Synopsis Ray McMillian is a violinist who pours his heart into his playing. He perseveres without support from most of his family and through experiences of racism with the Stradivarius violin that... Continue Reading →

Asian Authors

Format I usually read on my Kindle Paperwhite because of the conveniences: being able to look up wordsbeing to read at night with the lights offlightweightfits into my purse easily. However, towards the end of last year I felt I was slacking off on reading. I had a trilogy on my device and most of... Continue Reading →

A Prelude to Book Reviews

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies.”– George R. R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons Earliest Memory What is your earliest memory of you and books? I grew up in San Francisco, CA in the Sunset District. My mom used to take my younger brother and I to the local library that was 13... Continue Reading →

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