I came across folks talking about this reading challenge yesterday and got excited about it. It was started last year by Rosiee Thor, with a bingo star created by Claudie Arseneault. A few folks are continuing it in 2020, and reading aromantic spectrum books. So I thought I might try to read a few myself … Continue reading #JanuARO TBR!
Not Your Backup by CB Lee. Interlude Press. 2019. Content Warnings for review: discusses internalized aro spec and ace spec antagonism Note: I'm reviewing this in conjunction with Purple day for #PrideLibrary19. This book was part of my #PrideLibrary19 TBR and I'm reviewing it on Purple day because it has a gorgeous purple cover! Here is … Continue reading Review of Not Your Backup
I thought I'd do a recommendation list for day 2, which focuses on pink covers. All the books on this list are queer; I tried to have a bit of a cross-section, identity-wise. This list definitely shows my bias towards contemporary romance, but also includes fantasy, children's literature, YA romance, romsusp, and poetry. I link … Continue reading #PrideLibrary19 Day 2: Pink Books
Play It Again by Aidan Wayne. Carina Press. 2019. Content Warnings for review: Discussion of emotional abuse and trauma, sexual negotiations. I wanted to read this because it has a Jewish disabled queer hero, and because online relationships and MCs who create online content are such big catnip for me. I want to glom all … Continue reading Review of Play It Again
The Dragon of Ynys by Minerva Cerridwen. Less Than Three Press. 2018. Note: I do not recommend this book to trans and/or non-binary readers. Content Warnings for review (in white, highlight to read): Discussion of trans antagonism and transmisogyny targeting both an adult trans person and a trans child, including trans antagonism between intimate partners. … Continue reading Review of The Dragon of Ynys