Intimidating Reads

I’ve been thinking a lot about what constitutes an intimidating read lately. I’m currently in a reading slump and right now, I would consider most things to be intimidating. This isn’t to say that there aren’t books that I find interesting or exciting or that I want to read, it’s just that there is noContinue reading “Intimidating Reads”

Short Stuff

Do you want a short story collection all about queer, young adult couples? Well then have I got good news for you! Short Stuff is a collection of four short queer love stories, two male/male, two female/female. Three of them are contemporary stories (meaning they exist in our current world and operate under our currentContinue reading “Short Stuff”

Out Now

If you want many, many, many short stories about all different types of queer people having adventures, falling in love, dealing with life, then look no further. I read this over a month ago and I still find myself thinking about some of the stories I read. Today, I’m happy to get to share oneContinue reading “Out Now”

Stay Home Reading Rush

The lovely people from The Reading Rush (Ariel and Raeleen) have decided to help people feel more connected and have something fun to do by having an impromptu readathon! It’s called the Stay Home Reading Rush, and it’s running from April 16- April 19. There are four challenges for this readathon as well and aContinue reading “Stay Home Reading Rush”

Would Like To Meet

This was a cute story about a young woman trying to prove to her jerk of a client that love exists and it can happen in a meet cute. I really enjoyed this story, a lot actually. Rachel Winters clearly knows how a true romantic comedy is done. I found myself eagerly waiting to findContinue reading “Would Like To Meet”


I don’t know about all of you, but I really enjoy booktube. For those of you who don’t know what that is, it is the bookish world of YouTube where people make videos all about books. Books they’re excited about, books they’ve read, books they’ve DNF’d (did not finish), new books they’ve gotten and booksContinue reading “Contemporary-a-thon”