Queen of Air and Darkness Review (ft. disappointment [yikes])

Title: Queen of Air and Darkness Author: Cassandra Clare Pages: 880 Series: The Dark Artifices, #3 Genre: urban fantasy Rating: 4 stars Rep: multiple Mexican characters, character on the autism spectrum, fat character, trans woman, side m/m couple, m/m/f polyamorous relationship TW: hate speech, threatening to out someone, mention of sexual assault, self-harm, death, loss of a loved one, murder, torture, captivity, blood... Continue Reading →

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Keep Faith Review: An Exploration of Queerness, Faith, and How They Intersect

Title: Keep Faith: a Queer Anthology Author: Edited by Gabriela Martins  Pages: 338 Genre: short stories Rating: 4.1785714285 (rounded down to 4) stars   I absolutely adored Keep Faith. It's an exploration not only of queerness and of faith and how the two interact, but it's also an exploration of the different ways faith manifests in people and in cultures... Continue Reading →

My Reading Rush TBR!!

Hi friends! If you've been around book twitter for longer than a week, you have probably heard of The Reading Rush, which was formally known as The Booktubeathon, but if you haven't, let me tell you about it! The Reading Rush is a week-long readathon that is hosted by Ariel Bissett and Raeleen Lemay that... Continue Reading →

June 2019 Wrap-Up

I know it's been a hot second since June ended and to be honest, I completely forgot about my wrap-up until other people started uploading and posting theirs. But I'm here now and I'm prepared to talk about the month of June and how it went for me. So, June was pride month, but that... Continue Reading →

Pride Flag Book Tag (2.0)

Hi folks! Today I'm doing the pride flag book tag! If you've been following me for a while, you might have noticed that I did this tag last year as well (i am Not going to link that because yikes). Anyways, today I'm back and I'm doing this tag again because I think it's one... Continue Reading →

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