F/F Sapphic Book Recommendations!

Hello! I've just finished my last exam, hopefully ever, so maybe that means I may actually have more time to write blog posts! Yay! Today, I thought I would recommend some f/f books (which stands for female/female) - some I've read, and some I just want to read. Under the Lights Dahlia Adler This one,... Continue Reading →


Books Ft Aromantic or Asexual Characters!

Aromantic and asexual people get a lot of negative attention during Pride Month from both the non-LGBT people and the LGBT alike. So, in order to shed some light for them (well, I'm asexual, so for me too), here are some asexual and aromantic book recs that I feel like we can all enjoy!: Radio... Continue Reading →

My Favourite Queer Books (So Far!)

Pride Month Post three!! This is probably going to change after pride month, because by the time this post is up I'll be working through my queer TBR, but as of the end of May 2019 this is what my favourite queer books are as of now: Moonstruck: Vol 1 Grace Ellis My friend Stacey... Continue Reading →

Pride Month #1 – My Identities

Hello!! It's Pride Month!! I've been looking forward to this for a while now, and originally I had planned to reccomend books on different identities (asexual, aromantic, polyam, intersex, transgender, etc...) but I felt so insecure about my decisions that I deleted them all and instead I'm doing some queer related posts throughout June. I... Continue Reading →

They/Them/Their by Eris Young

Summary: A guide to nonbinary and genderqueer identities Review: I recieved this from NetGalley in exchange for a review, but all opinions are as always my own. So...wow. Where to begin on this one? I guess first of all I'd say that this was deeply informative. I, myself, am non-binary and it made me think... Continue Reading →

REVIEW | Simon VS The Homo Sapiens Agenda

Genre: young adult, contemporary, romance Review: Okay, it's been so long since I've written a review on here that I've just...forgotten how to do them? I've been very busy with coursework at college, we are given a lot of assignments and we haven't really been given a proper break with no assignments since late September.... Continue Reading →

REVIEW | George by Alex Gino

BE WHO YOU ARE. When people look at George, they think they see a boy. But she knows she's not a boy. She knows she's a girl. George thinks she'll have to keep this a secret forever. Then her teacher announces that their class play is going to be Charlotte's Web. George really, really, REALLY... Continue Reading →

REVIEW | Release by Patrick Ness

Synopsis:  Inspired by Mrs Dalloway and Judy Blume's Forever, Release is one day in the life of Adam Thorn, 17. It's a big day. Things go wrong. It's intense, and all the while, weirdness approaches... Adam Thorn is having what will turn out to be the most unsettling, difficult day of his life, with relationships fracturing, a harrowing... Continue Reading →

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