This is a week long readathon going on 2/7/20-2/14-20! It was created by @minareadss and @LucieReads and is right up my alley, as it's romance focused. Here is my TBR for the challenges. I've got several options for each, because I'm a mood reader and that helps me. About half of these are ones I … Continue reading My TBR for #BlackLoveAThon
I want to participate in a few year-long reading challenges in 2020 and the romance book bingo created by Mx M Reads (#RomBkBingo) is one of them! I generally list 4 options for each, so I have choices. This helps me as both a mood reader and as someone whose disability flares impact their reading … Continue reading My 2020 Romance Book Bingo TBR!
This is a bingo created by the Los Angeles romance bookstore, The Ripped Bodice! It runs from June 1-August 31. For each row you complete, you can enter to win prizes! Here is my TBR for this challenge! All romances, of course. I am selecting several potential options for each square because options help me, … Continue reading My 2019 Summer Romance #RippedBodiceBingo TBR
I am thrilled to share an interview with Dax Murray, where we discuss feir re-release of Birthing Orion, an f/f science fiction novel in verse which comes out on October 18. I loved getting to know more about the inspiration for and intent of this book! A Bit About Dax Dax Murray is a software engineer … Continue reading Interview with Dax Murray
I was excited about Behind These Doors the moment I heard about it.. Queer historical romance with open polyamory? Yes please. It's gorgeously written, and offers such a nuanced story about queerness and class and misogyny. I loved watching the romance between Aubrey and Lucien unfold, and the polyamory representation was deeply compelling and felt … Continue reading Interview with Jude Lucens
Note: while this discusses a particular book, it is not a review. It’s an essay talking about the way we frame books like this, discuss them, rec them, promote them, and especially, review them. This was originally posted at xanwest.wordpress.com. (As a heads up, this post contains discussions and examples of bullying, sexual harassment, outing, and … Continue reading On being careful what we call fluff