I thought I'd share some books from my TBR list for day 7, which focuses on blue covers. All the books on this list are queer and/or trans and/or non-binary; I tried to have a bit of a cross-section, identity-wise and genre-wise. Note: I am using affiliate links to Amazon. If you buy through those links, I … Continue reading #PrideLibrary19 Day 7: Blue Books
I thought I'd share some books from my TBR list for day 5, which focuses on yellow covers. All the books on this list are queer and/or trans and/or non-binary; I tried to have a bit of a cross-section, identity-wise and genre-wise. Note: I am using affiliate links to Amazon. If you buy through those links, I … Continue reading #PrideLibrary19 Day 5: Yellow books
Here are some books I'm excited about that are coming out September-November 2018. September Releases Marvellous Grounds: Queer of Colour Formations in Toronto ed by Jin Haritaworn, Ghaida Moussa and Syrus Marcus Ware (Sept 7): Everything about this looks amazing! Plus I loved Ware's children's book. I gotta check this out. Criminal Intentions: The Man with … Continue reading Fall 2018 Releases I’m Anticipating
The Awesome by Eva Darrows. Ravenstone. 2015. I loved the fat rep in this book. The fat MC kicks butt, calls herself awesome, worries about social interactions, and cares about her family. She has some regular level teen angst about her body but its mostly not a deal. No weight loss arc. Some self deprecation. … Continue reading Review of The Awesome
Snare by Racheline Maltese and Erin McRae. 2016. 4.5 stars I enjoyed this m/m/m novella so much. Vampires and snowed in and age gap and polyamory, oh my! This is the first book I'm reading by this writing duo and I am definitely going to be devouring their backlist, because wow did this work for … Continue reading Review of Snare
I don't know about you, but I'm struggling to focus these days. Long form fiction is harder to read for me right now, because of a confluence of disability flares. So I thought it was a good time for this post. At the end of 2016 I did a recommendations list for short form romance … Continue reading Short Form Fiction I Enjoyed in 2017
Why did I write this book. For a long time, paranormal romance (that I have read at least) has seen several prominent tropes: The love triangle and accompanying jealousy plots Werewolves hating on vampires and vice versa The vampire who is the love interest not doing such terrible things as drinking actual *gasp* blood Vampires … Continue reading Guest Post by Nicole Field!