I have very mixed feelings when it comes to The Voting Booth. However, one thing that I think all reviewers can agree on is that it's very much relevant today. Voter suppression is real and apparent, especially in communities of color. The Voting Booth is messy at times but it sparks a lot of conversations… Continue reading [Review] The Voting Booth by Brandy Colbert
TW: homophobic comments, stereotyping, sexual assault, fetishism "We have no control over what labels others give us, but we can define who we are by the ones we choose to give ourselves" Thank you NetGalley for providing me an Earc in exchange for an honest review THE REVIEW Ahhhhh! Julian Winters has done it… Continue reading How to Be Remy Cameron by Julian Winters
***I'm going to change up this series a tiny bit and do one book at a time. Will be doing a lot more of these posts, especially this month! 🙂 I hope that I can convince more people to read these books, especially fellow bi people as we don’t get represented nearly enough! Not all… Continue reading Bi Recommendations #3|Running With Lions
All the World Between Us by Morgan Lee Miller Goodreads Summary: Seventeen-year-old Quinn Hughes needs to be in top shape if she wants to medal at the swimming World Championships in ten months. This means no easy distractions, no matter how pretty they are. She’s still piecing her confidence back together after not qualifying for… Continue reading Book Review: All the World Between Us by Morgan Lee Miller| Just a Cute Queer Female Romance
Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston Goodreads Summary: First Son Alex Claremont-Diaz is the closest thing to a prince this side of the Atlantic. With his intrepid sister and the Veep’s genius granddaughter, they’re the White House Trio, a beautiful millennial marketing strategy for his mother, President Ellen Claremont. International socialite duties do have… Continue reading [Review]Red White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston| A Romance That Leaves Han Solo and Princess Leia Quaking
Jack of Hearts (And Other Parts) by L.C. Rosen Goodreads Summary: Jack has a lot of sex--and he's not ashamed of it. While he's sometimes ostracized, and gossip constantly rages about his sex life, Jack always believes that "it could be worse." But then, the worse unexpectedly strikes: When Jack starts writing a teen sex… Continue reading 5 Themes that Jack of Hearts (And Other Parts) by L.C. Rosen Discusses
“This is the story of how my best friend disappeared. How nobody noticed she was gone except me. And how nobody cared until they found her . . . one year later.” Before I give my reasons, I'm just going to say that this story is not for everyone. I merely enjoyed this book for its characters and… Continue reading [Review] Top 5 Reasons to Read Monday is Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson
Dreadnought by April Daniels Goodreads Summary: Until Dreadnought fell out of the sky and died right in front of her, Danny was trying to keep people from finding out she’s transgender. But before he expired, Dreadnought passed his mantle to her, and those secondhand superpowers transformed Danny’s body into what she’s always thought it should… Continue reading Mini Reviews: Dreadnought, Jordi Perez and a Danez Smith Poetry Collection|Some More Queer Books That You Should Read!
Last week, I participated in the Queer Lit Readathon! I participated in the first round and I was eager to participate in this one as well. Go [here] if you want to see my original TBR, the creators of the readathon and other information. Without further ado, here are the books I read during the… Continue reading Mini Reviews|#QueerLitRead Wrap Up
ENTER MY GIVEAWAY MY GIVEAWAY FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A BOOK BY AN AUTHOR OF COLOR-----> HERE A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole Between grad school and multiple jobs, Naledi Smith doesn’t have time for fairy tales…or patience for the constant e-mails claiming she’s betrothed to an African prince. Sure. Right. Delete! As a former… Continue reading A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole|A Hilarious #BlackLove Romance!