Life’s simple pleasures can be summed up in three words: books and tea. Since January 1st 2018, my entire existence has been launched into a whirlwind of busy and while I love each second of productive creativity, I’m also grateful for the little moments I create for myself: like walks in the rain, reading a […]
If the elevator pitch “It’s like Eurovision, but in space!” just made you giggle with delight, you’ll want to read Space Opera by Catherynne M. Valente.
I was worried about this book. As a ciswoman in my 30s, would I be able to identify with the characters in a sweet teenage romance starring a trans boy? Could I step outside my sci-fi/fantasy box and transport myself to summer camp for a few days? It turns out I could.
Aftan Whispers by Phil Williams Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I really liked this story. It’s a true dystopian novel – a whole lot is packed into a small book! As such, I always find it takes me longer to read dystopian novels because of the amount of detail […]
A Prison of Flesh by Joshua Banker 1st DISCLAIMER: I received this book in exchange for an honest review. 2nd DISCLAIMER: I picked up this book not knowing it was the 2nd book of a series. My review is based off reading only this book and not its prequel. So to start off, I’m a […]