Sapphic Sunday: 10 Queer YA Releases to Jump-Start Your Spring TBR

Edit: due to the pandemic, some of these release dates have been pushed back (although in some cases the kindle releases are the same). All books with pushed release dates have an * Remember when we used to beg for a YA book featuring a queer girl? Remember when Leah on the Offbeat was hailed … Continue reading Sapphic Sunday: 10 Queer YA Releases to Jump-Start Your Spring TBR

Book Review: Docile

Docile by KM Szpara 🌺🌺🌺.5/5 In the future, the majority of the population is so riddled in debt that they must sell themselves into indentured servitude for a term to work off their debt with years of service. The people who buy the debt? Trillionaires. Elisa's family is three million in debt—several lifetime's accumulations that … Continue reading Book Review: Docile

9 Queer SFF Novels Coming Out in 2020

Last week was my favorite queer SFF releases of 2019, and now I'm looking ahead and filling up my TBR because...anxiety is totally a thing I can conquer and does not affect me at all. Nope. Nope. Not. At. All. 100% completely calm and focused. Anywho, here's my list—sorted by author's last name. And yes, … Continue reading 9 Queer SFF Novels Coming Out in 2020

Book Review: The Future of Another Timeline

The Future of Another Timeline by Annalee Newitz 🌺🌺🌺.5/5 Our pasts, presents and futures are connected. In a world where time-traveling Machines have always existed, two timelines are competing for dominance. In 2022, Tess and the Daughters of Harriet have been trying to correct the timeline against a secret society of misogynistic assholes determined to … Continue reading Book Review: The Future of Another Timeline

Book Review: Grease Bats

Grease Bats by Archie Bongiovanni 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Queer besties Andy and Scout navigate life, love, friendship, the tumultuous political environment and their 20s in this hilarious comics collection. I was not expecting to love this nearly as much as I did. I'm not sure why? But I'm thinking it's because I saw the cover, with the … Continue reading Book Review: Grease Bats

Book Review: Bloodlust & Bonnets

Bloodlust & Bonnets by Emily McGovern 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 After unhappy and bored debutante Lucy slaughters her suitor (and an extra several others, for good measure) who happened to be a vampire (along with the others), she's approached by Lady Travesty to be a member of her special Immortal Vampire Cult. That is, before Lord Byron (yes, … Continue reading Book Review: Bloodlust & Bonnets

Book Review: Mooncakes

Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker and Wendy Xu 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Nova is perfectly happy living with her grandmothers and working in their New England bookstore—until she follows a white wolf into the woods and discovers her childhood crush, Tam. But Tam has been chasing a particularly nasty demon, and they're going to need all the help they … Continue reading Book Review: Mooncakes

Book Review: Shatter the Sky

Shatter the Sky by Rebecca Kim Wells 🌺🌺/5 When Maren's girlfriend Kaia is taken by the Aurati to join their evil ranks, Maren decides to save her girlfriend the only way she knows how—by infiltrating the emperor's dragon fortress, stealing a dragon, and then storming the Aurati stronghold. It's impossible, but Maren is determined to … Continue reading Book Review: Shatter the Sky

25 LGBTQIA+ YA Books From 2019

As an avid reader of young adult books (despite being a middle-aged woman...oh wow that hurt to type), I've been excited to see more and more diversity in the publishing world. Let's revise that—there's always been diverse books in YAlandia, but they haven't gotten the publicity or attention of, say...books written by white cishet authors. … Continue reading 25 LGBTQIA+ YA Books From 2019