I'm thrilled to share an excerpt from Charming Scottish Bastard, the latest installment in the Under the Kilt series by the amazing Melissa Blue! This rom com series is extremely glommable, full of heat, heart, and humor, and I am so excited there is a new book out today. You can read this as a … Continue reading Excerpt from Charming Scottish Bastard
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In 2019 I got back into reading YA, after a year of reading almost none. This post lists my favorite new to me young adult fiction that I read in 2019, organized by trope. (Not all of them were published in 2019, of course.) It definitely shows my bias towards contemporary romance and particularly queer … Continue reading Fave YA I read in 2019
Here is my TBR for #Transathon 2020, which is hosted by @transathon on Twitter. You can enter for giveaways by filling out this form. I'm indicating the books I want to read on audio with an (A). As usual, I'm selecting multiple options for each challenge, because I'm a mood reader and it makes it … Continue reading My #Transathon 2020 TBR!
Guest Post by Jess Mahler When Xan proposed a guest post about novels with polyamory and kink, I was initially stumped. I just… couldn’t really think of many. But I knew I had a few on my book list so I went scrolling through so see what I had on my shelves that I had … Continue reading Guest Post by Jess Mahler: Kinky Polyam Fiction Recs
Just Like That by Cole McCade. 2020. Note: This review is part of the Blog Tour for Just Like That. It includes an excerpt at the end. Content warnings for review: This review references MCs with anxiety, depression, trauma, and suicidal ideation, but does not describe these things in detail. This is one of the … Continue reading Review of Just Like That
At the beginning of 2018, I made a list of my favorite romances with queer disabled MCs. Given that post doesn't have most of the awesome books I read in the last two years, I thought I'd start a new tradition, much like my lists of favorite fat representation (2017, 2018, 2019). This is the list … Continue reading Fave Disability Rep I Read in 2018-2019
A few years ago, I started talking about queer science fiction and fantasy on social media and had an idea. People like pictures and visuals can be a great way of both conveying information and of getting people to share a post. So why not use that to hype queer books? (Side note –you can … Continue reading Guest Post by Sarah Waites: On the Queer SFF Database
This post gives a list of my favorite books I read in May 2020. Which are not very many, because I had a pretty big reading slump in May. This list definitely shows my bias towards contemporary romance, but also includes paranormal romance, and fantasy YA. I am putting the audiobooks in a separate category. … Continue reading Best Reads May 2020
Here are some books I'm excited about that are coming out June 2020-August 2020. Disclosure: All links to Amazon will be affiliate ones. If you buy through those links, I will make a small amount of money on that sale (which I plan to use to buy books to review), but it will not add any … Continue reading Summer 2020 Books I’m Anticipating
Content warning: This post references abuse, harassment and racism. I want to acknowledge that I have had ties to Taylor B Barton/Taylor Brooke/Brooklyn Ray, that were made in good faith, based on what I knew at the time. I now have more information about the ways authors (and particularly authors of color) have been harmed … Continue reading Regarding Taylor B Barton/Taylor Brooke/Brooklyn Ray