Unstraight reads like a queer autobiography – I have a few things to note about its authentic main character though.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is all about (queer) series to catch up and I can safely say I am actively working on said catching up on.
Part three of my wrap-up-series shows where I need to adjust my blogging schedule, so that I won’t forget to publish a queer (horror) review again.
I was hopeful to read a queer horror book in time for Halloween. You know those books where a male author writes about a woman and you just feel… ugh by it?
This week’s prompt is about queer Books I’ve read while on vacation. Let’s see if I’m able to remember which ones I’ve read while I was escaping everyday life.
Somehow a very fitting follow-up to my Quit Book Blogging post, this week is all about DNF-ing queer books. Which is a thing I do quite often as my blog shows.
A queer paranormal romance featuring Vietnamese mythology and Fallen Angels – what’s not to like about Of Charms, Ghosts and Grievances?
Month two of my wrap-up series. They also really help me keep track of my efforts because I definitely didn’t recognize I wrote four queer book reviews.
This week’s prompt is a Freebie and when I’ve set up my Let’s Talk Bookish Page in my Book Blogging BuJo, I made a note saying “Quit Book Blogging”.
It’s been a long time since a queer book made me roll my eyes this hard but paranormal romance Flipping managed it effortlessly.