My DNF review of queer nonfiction book WALK is a tiny bit rant-y.
How does book three of queer paranormal romance series Ashes & Dust compare to book two?
I love Lila Mina’s Temper Series featuring older POC characters. My review tells you how queer paranormal romance How to Tame a Dragon holds up to it.
I was excited about asexual lesbian romance The Facts and Legends of Callie Catwell featuring a dad with an eating disorder. In my review the excitement dies.
Queer Hockey romance Season’s Change didn’t work for me at first. My review of Cait Nary’s book tells you why I gave it 4 stars in the end.
The story is great, the characters are even greater. The romance is… well, not lacking, because it’s just so damn realistic?
Today is Suicide Prevention Day and I strongly believe books may be helpful to deal with one’s own mental health as well as educate you about living with different mental illnesses. Sometimes it’s important that you’re not alone. Sometimes it helps if someone’s living a similar life and they get their happy end.
I absolutely love the anxiety rep in this book but I couldn’t care less for the romance. So where does that leave me?
It’s been a while since I read This Is Not The End but just skimming through the passages I’ve marked… I fell in love again.
One page in and I’m fighting tears. It’s a happy kind of suffering though.