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!
I am here today to share with you all some truly amazing shows that everyone should binge watch...right now. This is a little bit of a different post, while not book related, it is an important subject for me and that is inclusivity and diversity, in media especially. Here is part 1 of some binge-worthy … Continue reading TV Shows With LGBTQ+ Rep #1
Hi everyone, I can't believe I haven't posted in 2 weeks! I have been in a bit of a reading and general bookish slump and I haven't felt like uploading. I always have to remind myself that I am doing this because I love it and to not force myself, because I know once I … Continue reading ARC Book Review of Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand (5 Stars)
Thank you, NetGalley and the Publisher for a chance to read this Novella! Title: Tale of a Dragon Princess Author: Lizzie Colt Genre: YA Fantasy Romance Released: 20th August 2018 Publisher: NineStar Press My Rating: 3 stars Trigger/content warnings: One main character who suffers from PTSD (nightmares of the wars she has been in) This … Continue reading Diverse Books: ARC Review for Tale of a Dragon Princess by Lizzie Colt, Own Voices (NetGalley Reads)
Hi everyone! I think I might start making these "diverse books" blog posts a regular thing as I tend to only read books with a diverse range of characters now. Diversity is so important and that should be reflected in what we read. Title: Coffee Boy Author: Austin Chant Genre: New Adult Contemporary Released: October … Continue reading Diverse Books: Coffee Boy by Austin Chant Book Review (Own Voices)