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Books To Read by 2021

Hello, readers! I know that I have said multiple times in the past that I don’t believe in TBRs or having to read specific books by a certain point, but I thought I would share with you some of the books I want to read by the end of the year. As a full disclaimer,Continue reading “Books To Read by 2021”

Favorite Books I Read in Summer

Hello, readers! This may seem really weird to post now since we are definitely in fall, but I thought I would share my top five favorite books I read in the summer, and talk about them with you. I will only be including the books I read from June to August because that is summerContinue reading “Favorite Books I Read in Summer”

Coraline | Book Review

Title: Coraline Author: Neil Gaiman Page Count: 196 Age Category: Middle Grade Genre: Horror/Dark Fantasy (I’ve seen it as both) Summary: In Coraline’s family’s new flat there’s a locked door. On the other side is a brick wall – until Coraline unlocks the door…and finds a passage to another flat in another house just likeContinue reading “Coraline | Book Review”

Felix Ever After Book Review

Title: Felix Ever After Author: Kacen Callender Page Count: 368 Publisher: Baltzer and Bray Age Category: Young Adult Genre: Contemporary Trigger Warnings: deadnaming, transphobia, hate crimes Rep: black queer trans mc, m/m romance, multiple queer characters Back Cover Blurb: From Stonewall and Lambda Award-winning author Kacen Callender comes a revelatory YA novel about a transgenderContinue reading “Felix Ever After Book Review”

Musical Shuffle Book Tag

Hello, readers! Once again, I am doing another tag I wasn’t tagged in, but I decided to do it anyway because it combines two of my favorite books. This tag was created by Bex @ Becca Leighanne. I am very passionate about music. I at one point played the piano, violin, and clarinet so thisContinue reading “Musical Shuffle Book Tag”

Why We Still Need Coming Out Stories

Ever since Loveless came out, I have been thinking about the complaint about coming out stories, and I have a lot of thoughts about it. Before we get very far, I just want to specify that I am asexual, and I use the label “queer”. For me, I just feel like it’s a better wayContinue reading “Why We Still Need Coming Out Stories”

The Night Swim | Book Review

Title: The Night Swim Author: Megan Goldin Page Count: 352 Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Age Category: Adult Genre: Thriller Trigger Warning: rape, sexual assault, sexual violence, death of a parent Blurb: After the first season of her true crime podcast became an overnight sensation and set an innocent man free, Rachel Krall is now aContinue reading “The Night Swim | Book Review”