“Your name is one of the most important pieces of your identity. It is the thing that you own. It is attached to every piece of work that you put into the world. Your name holds power when you walk into a room. No two people with the same name are the same person. It’s … Continue reading Book Review | All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson – A Must-Read About Identity, Trauma, Marginalisation and Self-love.
Happy Bi-Visibility Day, everyone! Whether you are bisexual or biromantic, allo or aspec, you are loved and you belong inside our cute little bi club. Bi Visibility Day happens each your on September 23rd ever since 1999 and was created to raise bi awareness and challenge bisexual & biromantic erasure. 2020 will be the 22nd … Continue reading 20 Books with Bi Protagonists for #BiVisibilityDay! 💗💜💙
ᚻᚪᛈᛈᛁ ᚻᚩᛒᛒᛁᛏ ᛞᚪᛁ Even though my blog is a mess and my posting schedule is tied to an algorithm my subconcious seemed to have made up, I keep being faithful to Hobbit Day as it just a day in the year that makes me very happy. In my original Hobbit Day post I explained in … Continue reading Happy #HobbitDay 2020!
''Are you seriously trying to tell me she's a . . .'' he hesitated and shook his head, unable to believe was actually going to complete the sentence,''. . . ghost?''''Yes.''"I prefer the term living-challenged,'' Chloe interjected. This book series is absolutely amazing. The writing is excellent, it has paranormal and sci-fi elements, it has … Continue reading Review | Code by R.C. Glenn (Echo #2) – A Timetravel Hero-To-Villain Ghost Story With Fantastic Autism Representation
''But once they go astray, we can't give up on them. The Whitewood School knows no lost causes.'' The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek is the debut novel by the hands of the hosts of Good Mythical Morning, Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal. It's creepy, it's eerie and it's full dark humour. I really loved … Continue reading Review | The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek by Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal
I have received this book for free from Fraser's Fun House. My opinion remains my own. Crane Fly is a novella set during the events of Death Bringer, book two in the series. It's about Bucky staying home, while the rest of the main cast takes off to save their friend and Hindra.This novella is … Continue reading Review | Crane Fly by Kelly-Marie Pollock (The Chronicles of Nova Morgan #2.5)