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Book Review: How to Marry Keanu Reeves in 90 Days by K.M. Jackson

This review comes a bit late, as I finished this last month, but I wanted to write it regardless, so here it is! About the book Thanks to Hachette Audio for sending me an audiobook copy in exchange for an honest review. Rating: ★★★.5 Genre: Contemporary, romance, adult Representation: Black main and secondary characters Content warning: Mentions of death… Continue reading Book Review: How to Marry Keanu Reeves in 90 Days by K.M. Jackson

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Book Review: Boy Parts by Eliza Clark

Today I'm finally writing a review after a while! It's not that I haven't been reading, but I just haven't had the time to sit down and write a review, so I'm excited to share this one, especially since I really enjoyed reading this book, Boy Parts. About the book Rating: ★★★★.5 Genre: Literary fiction, horror, LGBT+,… Continue reading Book Review: Boy Parts by Eliza Clark

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ARC Review: A Socially Acceptable Breakdown by Patrick Roche

As I mentioned in my October wrap-up, poetry is not something I usually gravitate towards, but when I saw this gorgeous cover and intriguing title on NetGalley, I knew I had to give this a try. And I'm very happy I did. About the book I received this book from NetGalley as an eARC in exchange for… Continue reading ARC Review: A Socially Acceptable Breakdown by Patrick Roche

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Book Review: The Donut Trap by Julie Tieu

If we're friends on goodreads or you follow me on twitter, you might have noticed that I've been on a romance—and audiobook—roll. Romance is a genre that I didn't have much interest in before, but these days I find that it's become the perfect feel-good genre for me. That being said, The Donut Trap offers… Continue reading Book Review: The Donut Trap by Julie Tieu

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Book Review: The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake

I've been dying to talk about The Atlas Six with someone ever since I finished it, and today I'm finally publicly screaming about it in the form of this review. I hope you enjoy this, and please leave a comment down below if you've read the book or plan to. You can also slide into… Continue reading Book Review: The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake

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BOOK TOUR: The Girls are Never Gone by Sarah Glenn Marsh

Today I'm very excited to finally bring you my very first book tour post! 🎉 I will be giving you the top 5 reasons to read The Girls Are Never Gone as well as a book look—which is very exciting for me as I love doing this. You can find the complete tour schedule HERE,… Continue reading BOOK TOUR: The Girls are Never Gone by Sarah Glenn Marsh

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Book Review: Perfect on Paper by Sophie Gonzales

Rating: ★★★★★ Genre: Contemporary, LGBT+, romance, young adult Representation: Bisexual protagonist, transgender secondary character, Vietnamese-American lesbian secondary character, lesbian secondary character, Korean-American gay secondary character, bisexual secondary character, asexual secondary character, pansexual non-binary secondary character, and possibly more that I'm forgetting about Content warning: Biphobia, internalised biphobia, toxic parents Summary: Her advice, spot on. Her love life, way… Continue reading Book Review: Perfect on Paper by Sophie Gonzales

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Mini Reviews: The Pronoun Book and True Loaf

I wasn't originally planning on posting about these books on my blog. Mainly because they're so short and to the point that I didn't have much to say about them. However, since I've enjoyed them both, I'm writing mini reviews for them! The Pronoun Book by Cassandra Jules Corrigan Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for… Continue reading Mini Reviews: The Pronoun Book and True Loaf

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ARC Review: Call Me Athena by Colby Cedar Smith

I received this book from NetGalley as an eARC in exchange for an honest review. Rating: ★★★.5 Genre: Young adult, historical fiction Representation: Immigrant main characters Content warning: Death, war Release date: August 17th, 2021 Summary: This enchanting novel in verse captures one young woman’s struggle for independence, equality, and identity as the daughter of Greek and French immigrants in tumultuous 1930s Detroit. Call Me Athena:… Continue reading ARC Review: Call Me Athena by Colby Cedar Smith

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Book Review: In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado

Rating: ★★★★☆ Genre: Memoir, LGBT+, adult, autobiography Content warning: Abuse, manipulation, homophobia Summary: For years Carmen Maria Machado has struggled to articulate her experiences in an abusive same-sex relationship. In this extraordinarily candid and radically inventive memoir, Machado tackles a dark and difficult subject with wit, inventiveness and an inquiring spirit, as she uses a series of narrative… Continue reading Book Review: In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado