I know queer has been used as a slur – and still is used as a slur by some. So why do I feel comfortable using it for myself?
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
I usually don’t set any resolutions or anything for the new year – mostly I do this on a monthly basis or I’m starting something new on a Monday because… […]
I was so excited for Fated but somehow I managed to surpress the knowledge that this means the end of the Temper saga. I couldn’t ignore that knowledge anymore while actually reading it though. I didn’t want it to end and even though Fated is over 600 pages long it still feels too short.
The way I am cheering for Jillian and Claudia though? That’s all down to Delilah’s writing style. And I say this even though it’s a really fast-paced romance.
One of the great things about My Face Is More Beautiful Than Yours is that the character of the writing changes completely from story to story, so it feels more like the characters have taken a hold of Greg to tell their story than the other way around.
Growing up, I really don’t remember reading any books with LGBTQ representation in them – we certainly didn’t study or have any of them available to us at school.
Her way of inventing and handling magic fits perfectly into that setting and it even isn’t something that has been done many times before. In a way, it feels realistic too and I wouldn’t be that surprised if it actually were true.
Turns out I wont’ be reading anything more about Jude and Damon or any of the other characters who show up. Which is sad, really, but can’t be helped.
If you missed the Release Blitz you’re still in time to enter the giveaway! I’ve finished Clean Approach a few days ago and I’m currently preparing my review of it.
Now don’t get me wrong, I still enjoyed Rachel Reid’s latest installment of the Game Changer series and I will reread it but…