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?
It’s been a long time since a queer book made me roll my eyes this hard but paranormal romance Flipping managed it effortlessly.
My DNF review of queer nonfiction book WALK is a tiny bit rant-y.
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.
Seriously. I found it exhausting to read, because everything felt kinda… like there was no spark. Which is especially sad if it’s a story about magic and the Fae.
And I know that sounds harsh, but it truly feels that way for me. I actually dreaded writing this review because I don’t have anything nice to say about Create a Life to Love.
But can a relationship with four such different men even work? Men who kill for a living? Men so full of contradictions?
Add on Goodreads Quick InfoThe Minimalist Home Series: Standalone Genre: Non-Fiction Trigger Warnings: ableistic, maybe more Rating: dnf BlurbThe Minimalist Home A popular minimalist blogger and author of The More of Less shows you how to methodically turn your home into a place of peace, contentment, and purposeful living. One […]
Human trafficking is a very serious and horrible theme. I want it to be handled realistic and responsible.
I can’t enjoy a book like this and even if I could, I wouldn’t want to.