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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

Recommendations

How to Get Out of a Reading Slump + 30 Book Recommendations

Let me start this post by pointing out the irony of my situation. I started drafting this post a while back thinking it'd be a great idea to share the ways in which I personally get out of reading slumps, and as of right now at the moment of posting this I can say I'm… Continue reading How to Get Out of a Reading Slump + 30 Book Recommendations

ARCs · Reviews

ARC Review: Championess by Tarun Shanker, Kelly Zekas, and Amanda Perez Puentes

Today I'm bringing you a review of the graphic novel Championess, a story centered around a mixed-raced female street fighter in eighteenth century London. I hope you enjoy and hopefully decide to check it out! About the book I received this book from NetGalley as an eARC in exchange for an honest review. Rating: ★★★.5 Genre: Historical fiction, sports,… Continue reading ARC Review: Championess by Tarun Shanker, Kelly Zekas, and Amanda Perez Puentes

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7 Sapphic Young Adult Book Recommendations

This is part two of my "8 Sapphic Adult Book Recommendations" post. Sapphic young adult books have been a hit or miss for me and unfortunately, there are many that I've read and that I've not enjoyed at all—some are even among my most disliked books ever, which just makes me sad. However, here's a list… Continue reading 7 Sapphic Young Adult Book Recommendations

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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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ARC Review: Eros/Psyche by Maria Llovet

Today I'm writing a review for Spanish artist Maria Llovet's first graphic novel Eros/Psyche, which has just been translated into English for the first time. You can follow the author on Twitter and Instagram! About the book I received this book from NetGalley as an eARC in exchange for an honest review. Rating: ★★★☆☆ Genre: Young adult, LGBT+,… Continue reading ARC Review: Eros/Psyche by Maria Llovet

Book Tour

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: How We Fall Apart by Katie Zhao

Today I'm finally bringing you a review of How We Fall Apart by Katie Zhao, one of my most highly anticipated books of 2021. Ever since I heard about this book I'd been wanting to get my hands on it, so I'm very happy that I finally got to read it. But, did this dark… Continue reading Book Review: How We Fall Apart by Katie Zhao

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ARC Review: What We Devour by Lindsey Miller

I received this book from NetGalley as an eARC in exchange for an honest review. Rating: ★★☆☆☆ Genre: Young adult, LGBT+, fantasy Representation: Asexual protagonist, bisexual secondary character, non-binary secondary character Content warning: Gore Release date: July 6th, 2021 Summary: Lorena Adler has a secret—she holds the power of the banished gods, the Noble and the Vile, inside her. She… Continue reading ARC Review: What We Devour by Lindsey Miller