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Fiction Reads Featuring Asian and Asian-American Romance

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Compiled by popular request! Books where central romance/romantic pairings focus on between Asian/Asian, Asian/Asian-American, or Asian-American/Asian-American characters

1. Prophecy by Ellen Oh - romance (and developing love triangle) between Korean characters. Set in Ancient Korea and a historical fantasy read with elements of Korean mythology 

2. The Fold by An Na - romance between Korean-American characters, and later on features a LGBTQ female Korean-American character.  

3. Mismatch by Lensey Namioka - features a female Chinese-American and male Japanese-American pairing. 

4. Nothing But the Truth [And A Few White Lies] by Justina Chen - romance between a female, mixed race white/Taiwanese-American character and a male Taiwanese-American character.

5. Girl Overboard* by Justina Chen - features a intra-POC romance between a Chinese-American female protagonist and a male Hispanic-American character. 

6. If You Could Be Mine by Sarah Farizan - features a romance between two female Iranian characters. 

7. Girl In Translation by Jean Kwok - romance and developing love triangle between Chinese-American characters.

8. Truly, Madly, Deeply by Faraaz Karzi - features a romance between Indian characters. 

9. The Calligrapher’s Daughter by Eugenia Kim - features romance between Korean characters. Set in early 21st century Korea and spans several decades. 

10. The Ghost Bride by Yangze Choo - features romance between Malaysian characters. Set in late 19th century Malaya.

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nice thoughts challenge. once you get this you have to say 5 nice things about yourself publicly and send this to 10 of your favorite followers.

(♥ Anya, dear heart, of course you would.)

  1. I’m actually a good cook when I can summon the energy/devote the time!

  2. No matter how shitty my day is, I can almost always count on my eyeliner being on point.

  3. Teaching myself how to do things generally works out, mostly because I’ll either pick it up quickly or stubbornly persist until I succeed.

  4. Thanks to my parents, I have an excellent work ethic. 

  5. It takes forever and a day, but I’m awesome at sending handwritten thank-you notes after interviews. I draft each one to make sure it’s unique to each interviewer, break out a ruler and a pencil to draw erasable lines and make sure everything’s written tidily, use a nice pen, etc. (Obvs I don’t know for sure, but I like to think it impresses people.)


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