I am a little bit of a comic-nerd (although not really a massive fan of Marvel or DC, sorry!) and while searching for something new to read I came across this. I've only read the first three (reading the forth soon, the rest aren't out yet) but I have completely fallen in love and I… Continue reading Squealing Over Kim Reaper
Hey! July seemed to absolutely zoom past, I don't even know where it's gone. I'm kind of dreading going back to college, which is really soon now! On the positive side, this month is my birthday month! I'm 21! Yay! I'm super excited. This month I bought myself two books and then four people were… Continue reading July Book Haul!
Hello! If you missed the last post, you can read it here. I decided to split this post into two as, otherwise, it would have made the original post way too long and this way people who are into books can read specifically that section and vice versa. I really enjoyed this months choice of… Continue reading What I Read in July ’17 – COMICS
Publication Date: 18th January 2016 Published By: Riverdale Avenue Books Pages: 276 Synopsis Juliet Milagros Palante is leaving the Bronx and headed to Portland, Oregon. She just came out to her family and isn't sure if her mom will ever speak to her again. But Juliet has a plan, sort of, one that's going to… Continue reading REVIEW | Juliet Takes a Breath by Gabby Rivera
Publisher: Self-published on Amazon, April 2017 Pages: 119, Kindle Synopsis: Lily Ferrari enjoys having control over every detail of her life. Ever since she left her parents' house to gain her freedom, she decided to fully own her autonomy. But an unexpected visit from her little brother may change the path she chooses to follow.… Continue reading REVIEW: The Paths We Choose by M.Hollis
Hey! A well known fact about me is that I am asexual. I have identified with this on and off since I was sixteen, and I think asexuality is something really important that should be discussed. What Asexuality Is A person with asexuality does not experience sexual attraction to any gender (although some asexual people… Continue reading My Asexuality
Review: I feel weird reviewing this because it's not a story, this is real and it's an autobiography about Joe/Joella. Although listed as an LGBT+ book, this is not about trans or genderfluid/non-binary people. This does, however, cover a lot about the gender spectrum. Joe was born without fully formed organs and some were missing… Continue reading REVIEW | She’s a Boy by Joe Holliday