Graphic Sapphic Werewolves: Artie and the Wolf Moon, and Squad

What's better than one graphic novel about a queer girl becoming a werewolf? Two graphic novels about sapphic werewolves! That's right: there are two kick ass graphic novels about queer girls of color who just happen to ~become~ quite hairy every so often. Ugh these were both too cute! Squad is young adult, and Artie … Continue reading Graphic Sapphic Werewolves: Artie and the Wolf Moon, and Squad

Book Review: She Who Became the Sun

She Who Became the Sun by Shelley Parker-Chan 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Lady Rui's jaw was tight with the same intensity Zhu had glimpsed earlier: a compressed rage that had at its heart the female desire to survive all that sought to make her nothing. Zhu was born in a small, drought- and famine-stricken village. Her mother and … Continue reading Book Review: She Who Became the Sun

Three Mini Sapphic Reviews: One Last Stop, The Chosen and the Beautiful, and The Jasmine Throne

These really have nothing in common beyond having sapphic women, but I am super duper behind on my reviews and this is one quick way to catch up! Okay, these aren't mini reviews at all, but these books are so, so good! One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Truth is, when you spend your … Continue reading Three Mini Sapphic Reviews: One Last Stop, The Chosen and the Beautiful, and The Jasmine Throne

Last Night at the Telegraph Club

Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda Lo 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Trigger Warning: doxxing, racism and racial microaggressions, homophobia, threats of deportation, war Lily Hu, 17 years old and Chinese-American, knows she's different. That difference solidifies when she finds a book in a bodega about a woman loving another woman...it answers so many questions, but it … Continue reading Last Night at the Telegraph Club

Book Review: How to Find a Princess

How to Find a Princess by Alyssa Cole 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Content Warning: alcoholic parent, reference to trauma (refugees fleeing by sea, descriptions of violence and murder, mentions of enslaved ancestors), PTSD, obsession/addiction, bullying Makeda Hicks just lost her job and her girlfriend all at once—all because she's too helpful, too selfless. Those aren't bad traits, right? … Continue reading Book Review: How to Find a Princess

Book Review: A Master of Djinn

A Master of Djinn by P Dèlí Clark 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Al-Jahiz transformed the world nearly forty years ago, when he ruptured the divisions between universes and ushered a world of djinn and magic into the world—before vanishing, never to be seen again. Until now. It's up to Fatma el-Sha’arawi, agent of Egypt's Ministry of Alchemy, Enchantments … Continue reading Book Review: A Master of Djinn

Book Review: She Drives Me Crazy

She Drives Me Crazy by Kelly Quindlen 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 After an epic loss on the basketball court to her ex-girlfriend and her new team, followed by an embarrassing fender bender with her enemy, Scottie needs a win. She needs something to get her groove back. Turns out her enemy (and head cheerleader) needs something too. Together, … Continue reading Book Review: She Drives Me Crazy

Sci Fi Friday: Phenomenal F-F-Fantasy

Nope, that's not a typo. Today I'm going to highlight some f/f fantasy! In a strange twist of wtf-how-did-they-find-that, a couple weeks ago Angry Robot tweeted my blog post Sapphics in Space (and Across Time), which was a wild day because my blog went a little haywire. I had over twice as many views/visitors in … Continue reading Sci Fi Friday: Phenomenal F-F-Fantasy

Book Review: Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me

Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me by Mariko Tamaki and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell 🌺🌺/5 Trigger Warning: Pedophilia Laura Dean is Freddy's everything: she's funny, confidant, the most popular girl in school, and when they are together she makes Freddy's heart sing. But when they're apart, Laura Dean is just...distant and keeps hooking up with other girls. … Continue reading Book Review: Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me

Book Review: Music From Another World

Music From Another World by Robin Talley 🌺🌺🌺/5 It's the summer of 1977 and a resurgence of conservatism is thrumming through the United States. Closeted lesbian Tammy has been caught up in the middle of it—her aunt and uncle are two of the ringleaders of the West Baptist Church advocating for a return to family … Continue reading Book Review: Music From Another World