Meet My New Favourite Thing | Queer Characters Fighting to End a Space War, AKA The First Sister by Linden A. Lewis

The First Sister by Linden A. Lewis Book Review

Hi friends! Eeek, it's been 2 weeks since I posted (again). I really want to move up to a once-a -week schedule, but I just not been ~feeling it~ lately. I've been reading pretty slowly too, so I think I'm just feeling a little burnt out. I've got plenty of post ideas waiting in the … Continue reading Meet My New Favourite Thing | Queer Characters Fighting to End a Space War, AKA The First Sister by Linden A. Lewis

Reviewing my Pride Reads | The TBR So Far!

Pride Month Reviews

Hi my lovelies! I don't know about you, but I've been having so much fun reading all these LGBTQIA+ books. Good news - I've gotten through half of my rainbow TBR already! This is a stark contrast to last year. I had a look back through the archive at my posts from Pride Month 2019. … Continue reading Reviewing my Pride Reads | The TBR So Far!

Radio Silence by Alice Oseman Review | Platonic Love, School, and the Internet

Radio Silence by Alice Oseman book review

This book has been on my radar for a very long time. I was aware of Alice Oseman long before I started blogging, thanks to her adorable webcomic Heartstopper (it's free on Tapas, please read it!) But I've never read one of her books. When I decided to change that, I knew the first book … Continue reading Radio Silence by Alice Oseman Review | Platonic Love, School, and the Internet

Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker & Wendy Xu ARC Review | A Magical Graphic Novel to Enjoy for Halloween

Mooncakes ARC Review

Hello lovelies! I hope this spooky season is going well for you. ๐ŸŽƒ I promise that Inktober post is coming, I'm just running a little behind on... well, everything. I have been reading though! I'm currently working my way through The Demon King by Cinda Willams Chima so I can get onto my pick for … Continue reading Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker & Wendy Xu ARC Review | A Magical Graphic Novel to Enjoy for Halloween

They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera | Profound and Heartbreaking

They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera book review

This was the second book by Adam Silvera that I read - and following straight on from History Is All You Left Me, I quickly came to the conclusion that he enjoys the pain of his readers. I don't know what I thought I was getting from a book called They Both Die at the … Continue reading They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera | Profound and Heartbreaking