Graphic/Illustrated · SciFi

On a Sunbeam

Alright, I wish I had figured out a little sooner about graphic novels. In particular, this sub-genre of LGBTQ+/queer fantasy/sci-fi graphic novels. Because in the past few weeks I have read The Magic Fish and this and both have felt like a giant, cozy, warm hug and I am so very, very here for it!   On… Continue reading On a Sunbeam

Contemporary Literature

Mostly Dead Things

The cover of this book is so eye-catching! I’ve had it on my list for a while because of that, in a sort of backburner capacity, but I have to be honest and say I didn’t really know what it was about. Quite recently, Arnett published a second novel, With Teeth, that has been getting a… Continue reading Mostly Dead Things

Contemporary Literature · Romance

Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake

I read my first book by Hall, Boyfriend Material, last year and I freaking LOVED it. I wrote a spectacularly gushing review. It was so good - the writing/dialogue especially. So, despite the fact that, to be honest, this one didn't sound quite as much up my alley (as far as set-up), I went ahead and… Continue reading Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake

SciFi

The Galaxy, and the Ground Within

Oh, my goodness. Honestly, and this is bold, I think Wayfarers might be my favorite series. I mean, I’m bias towards fantasy/sci-fi anyways, so that likely plays a role, but there is truly something so unique and profound and gorgeously recognizable in these characters and their stories. Each of these four novels – The Long… Continue reading The Galaxy, and the Ground Within

Contemporary Literature · Fantasy · Graphic/Illustrated · Young Adult

The Magic Fish

While not prolifically popular, this one came highly recommended from the couple #bookstagram reviews I saw for it. Though, in typical fashion, I didn’t save the posts about it and now totally have no idea where the recs came from. So, I’m back to sending my thanks to the universe and hoping it finds its… Continue reading The Magic Fish