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Wicked Fox by Kat Cho|A Mesmerizing Story that Centers Around Korean Mythology

"Foolish man didn't know beauty was the best camouflage for a monster" TW/CW: Graphic Violence, Bullying, Depictions of Seizures, Death  Star Rating: ☆☆☆☆ --The Review-- The Wicked Fox is an immersive magical story that takes place in modern-day Seoul that pivots around Korean Mythology. I heard if you love K-Dramas, you'll love this story. As… Continue reading Wicked Fox by Kat Cho|A Mesmerizing Story that Centers Around Korean Mythology

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How to Be Remy Cameron by Julian Winters

  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

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Book Review: All the World Between Us by Morgan Lee Miller| Just a Cute Queer Female Romance

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

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PRIDE MONTH|Queer Books///#QueerLitReadathon, #ReadYourGays

It's June which means it's PRIDE month. If you have been following my blog for a while, you probably know that every June, I post and read strictly queer books. This year is no different! I can't wait to get back to both the reading+blogging groove. Although I will be reading all queer books this… Continue reading PRIDE MONTH|Queer Books///#QueerLitReadathon, #ReadYourGays

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5 Sentence Reviews: Dear White People +When They Call You a Terrorist

Dear White People by Justin Simien In the satirical tradition of the New York Times bestseller Stuff White People Like comes this witty companion book to the incredibly entertaining (Indiewire) film of the same name, which heralds a fresh and funny new voice (Variety). Right out of college, Justin Simien wrote a screenplay about the nuanced experiences of four… Continue reading 5 Sentence Reviews: Dear White People +When They Call You a Terrorist

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5 Reasons Why I DNF Books (Yes, I Also Give Some of Them a Star Rating)

Ahh yes, the dreaded DNF (did not finish). I hate not finishing books but I will not hesitate to do so if there are aspects of a book I am not enjoying. Even worse, there are instances when I would rate the book! The Madness!!! I know many people consider this to be a book… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why I DNF Books (Yes, I Also Give Some of Them a Star Rating)

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Currently Reading:1/18/19|In a Slight Reading+ Blogging Slump

Vengeful by V.E. Schwab Goodreads Summary:The sequel to VICIOUS, V.E. Schwab's first adult novel. Sydney once had Serena—beloved sister, betrayed enemy, powerful ally. But now she is alone, except for her thrice-dead dog, Dol, and then there's Victor, who thinks Sydney doesn't know about his most recent act of vengeance. Victor himself is under the… Continue reading Currently Reading:1/18/19|In a Slight Reading+ Blogging Slump

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Top 5 Reasons Why I have a Love/Hate Relationship with Fantasy AND Top 5 Ways I am Going to Rekindle our Relationship in 2019

Look, I actually do like fantasy! I know I barely post anything about the genre but I do sometimes read it! However, 2018 was definitely the decline of fantasy reading. (1) LONNNNNNNG Many of the fantasy books are so damn long! I get that fantasy books offers epicness, political intrigue, and great relationships but sometimes,… Continue reading Top 5 Reasons Why I have a Love/Hate Relationship with Fantasy AND Top 5 Ways I am Going to Rekindle our Relationship in 2019

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Authors I Want to Read in 2019

Why I'm interested in this author: Okay technically I've read some of her short stories for classes but I've still yet to have read a full-length novel by Walker. I do plan on FINALLY reading The Color Purple for my Queer Lit Historical Fiction project, I love Walker's writing and she's inspired so many other… Continue reading Authors I Want to Read in 2019

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2019 Reading Goals and Challenges!|Very Ambitious and Exciting!

The New Year is always my favorite time of the year because I love starting on a new blank slate. Here's a brief summary of how I did in 2018. I will say that I didn't start my reading until May because I took a break from reading/blogging.  I had a Goal list that I… Continue reading 2019 Reading Goals and Challenges!|Very Ambitious and Exciting!