WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking on a World of Words.
Joining this little weekly tag! It’s super simple, just answer three Ws:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
How is it already June?? Happy pride to my fellow queers!Read More »
And have a bunch to read before then.Read More »
Hannah Whitten’s debut duology comes to a satisfying close, focusing on the bonds of two sisters who will do anything to save each other.Read More »
When I tell you I dropped my phone when I saw I was approved for this e-ARC. Natasha Pulley is my most recent all time favorite author and she continues her unbending vice grip on my soul.Read More »
I was definitely hooked by the cover seeing this in NetGalley’s read now listing, and then I read the summary, and then the four chapters available through White’s website, and now here we are. What a great addition to queer YA horror.Read More »
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
These looked fun and this is my first time joining in! This week is pretty straightforward. My last ten were, bar one book, fantastic and narrowing down to one word is as hard as I thought it would be. Hyphenated words kept coming to mind and the urge to cheat a little and use them was very strong. Also, I consolidated the manga instead of doing each volume separately.Read More »
Hmm, did I do anything new in April? /s
First monthly reading roundup/wrap-up for the blog. April is not a good mental health month for me so other than a couple exceptions I picked up books I was 90% sure I was going to enjoy for that full escapist experience and it really paid off.Read More »
I loved Hailey Turner’s Soulbound series and was thrilled when she announced her next work was a queer steampunk-inspired epic fantasy; a departure from her urban fantasy but into a thrilling new world. The Prince’s Poisoned Vow has many of the things I loved in Soulbound and a few new things of its own.Read More »
International Ace Day was a little while ago (April 6) and Aro Week was at the end of February so I’m a little late but it’s fineee. I’m very bad at remembering/keeping track of events/holidays, even those that are relevant to me.Read More »