The thing about Iron Widow is that it is so unbelievably cool that you as a person become more cool just by reading it. I mean that. I literally feel like a cooler person now that I have read this book. Not only is it well paced and well written, it is full of suchContinue reading “Iron Widow”
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Felix Ever After
Felix Love has never been in love, but he really wants to. Felix is a transboy attending a prestigious art program during the summer. He has his best friend Ezra and he knows who he is. He is a black, queer, transboy, and no one can take that away from him. But Felix isn’t workingContinue reading “Felix Ever After”
Love is for Losers
Phoebe thinks love is stupid. She thinks that falling in love is stupid. She thinks being in love makes you stupid. Basically, she’s over the whole love thing and wishes people would get on her level.
The Girls I’ve Been
I didn’t know about this book until I watched Theresa’s video and once I heard about it, I knew I had to read it.
As many of you probably already do, I like to have a set of reading goals for the year. Yes there is the Goodreads yearly reading goal – which I do participate in – but there are so many others that people, including myself, do.
Here the Whole Time
A queer story taking place in Brazil focusing on Felipe, a fat teenager that struggles with self-love and confidence. When his school break is crashed by the attractive neighbor who is staying for the whole week, Felipe must figure out how to not only talk to Caio, but also make him his friend (or maybeContinue reading “Here the Whole Time”
These Violent Delights
Well, well, well… if it isn’t me arriving late to the party. My bad.
Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms
This was hands down one of the sweetest things I’ve read in a long time. From page one you have Annie this spunky, angry, defiant person who is forced to try out for the cheerleading team so she can soften up and make some friends. Then you have Bebe, a trans girl who is justContinue reading “Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms”
The Dead and the Dark
Creepiness takes on a new form in this dark, YA horror novel. Logan just wants a normal life with her dads. They travel around the country hunting ghosts and visiting spooky places and Logan is tired. So when her dads tell her they’re leaving their home that they’ve lived in for a while, Logan isContinue reading “The Dead and the Dark”
Katrina Leno is one of those authors that I’m going to pick up whatever new book they come out with because she always impresses me with the stories she creates. In Horrid we focus on Jane and her mother as they move across the country after her father’s untimely death. They drive all the wayContinue reading “Horrid”