Hi everyone! I have had this post in my drafts for months now. I can't believe I am only just getting around to posting it! Before I begin, shoutout to Sam over at Oh Book It! for the idea, thank you. I finished school around 5 years ago now, but I thought it would be fun … Continue reading To All the Books I’ve Studied Before
Hi everyone! I have been reading a lot on NetGalley recently so I thought I would compile them all together and make a review post! Disclaimer: My review for Carmilla is a ranty/negative one. I have put that at the end in case people don't like reading them! Thank you, NetGalley and the publishers for … Continue reading Mini NetGalley Reviews
Review copy sent to me by Titan Books in exchange for an honest review, thank you! Title: The Devouring Gray Author: Christine Lynn Herman Rating: 3.5 stars (rounded up to 4 on GR) Rep: 2 bisexual MCs, disability rep (MC). There are also two queer side characters (no labels mentioned) Trigger/content warnings: grief, the death … Continue reading Diverse Books: The Devouring Gray by Christine Lynn Herman Book Review
Hi everyone! I thought I would do a blog post consisting of all the books I managed to read in March! (I know, this is 9 days late) Total read: 18 Owned: 8 Audiobook: 1 ARCs/review copies: 9 First up, my NetGalley reads (links to my Goodreads reviews added) 1) Hearts of Fire by Kay Doherty … Continue reading March Book Wrap Up!
Hi everyone! I'm back, I can't believe I haven't uploaded since March 10th. I have been in a bit of a blogging slump. Hopefully, it's over now! Books sent to me for free by publishers in exchange for an honest review: 1) The Devouring Gray by Christine Lynn Herman Sent to me (requested) by Titan … Continue reading March Book Haul 2019!
Hi everyone! Today I will be reviewing a book I read recently from NetGalley called "The Time Traveller's Guide to Modern Romance" by Madeline J. Reynolds. Elias Caldwell needs more than his life in nineteenth-century England has to offer. He'd rather go on an adventure than spend one more minute at some stuffy party. When … Continue reading Diverse Book Review: The Time Traveler’s Guide to Modern Romance by Madeline J. Reynolds (NetGalley Reads)
The meme "Six for Sunday" was created by A Little but a Lot weekly prompts can be found here This weeks theme is Favourite LGBT Books! As I predominantly only read diverse books, I had quite a few for this prompt, but I managed to narrow it down! 1) Heartstopper by Alice Oseman (5 stars) … Continue reading Six For Sunday: Favourite LGBTQ+ Books!
Thank you, NetGalley and the publisher for the chance to read this novel! Title: Prince of Air and Darkness Author: M.A Grant Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal Romance Release date: 25th February 2019 My Rating: 4 stars Trigger/content warnings: Violence and gore, sex scenes. Synopsis from Goodreads: Phineas Smith has been cursed with a power no one could control. Roark Lyne … Continue reading Diverse books: ARC Book Review for Prince of Air and Darkness by M.A Grant (NetGalley Reads)
1) More Than This by Patrick Ness Rating: 4 stars Rep: Gay main character Genre: YA, sci-fi Own Voices? Yes 2) Coffee Boy by Austin Chant Rating: 4 stars Genre: NA, Contemporary romance Rep: Trans and Bi main characters Own Voices? Yes Click here to read my review 3) Spectacle Volume 1 by Megan Rose … Continue reading My Favourite LGBTQ+ Reads Of 2018!
Hi everyone, I was in the mood for some poetry recently and my go-to publisher for poetry collections is Andrews McMeel Publishing, who have published some of my absolute favourites! I found both of these on NetGalley as "read now" titles, meaning if you have a NetGalley account, you don't need to request these, they … Continue reading Poetry Book Reviews: Love Looks Pretty on You by Lang Leav & You Are Here by Dawn Lanuza (NetGalley Reads)