Apparently it’s already been SIX years since I shared my very first Google spreadsheet to track my reading throughout the year and it’s all kinds of amazing that people are still using them after such a long time. After so many years, the yearly reading tracker stayed mostly the same and I think I haven’t […]
2021 has many great queer science fiction and fantasy releases in store for us and January launches a new year of queer books with an amazing list. We have a good mix of science fiction and fantasy, from space opera over superhero fiction to portal fantasy.
Fire burns bright and has a long memory….
Quiet, thoughtful princess Thanh was sent away as a hostage to the powerful faraway country of Ephteria as a child. Now she’s returned to her mother’s imperial court, haunted not only by memories of her first romance, but by worrying magical echoes of a fire that devastated Ephteria’s royal palace…
I am BEYOND excited, like you-can-hear-me-from-space-screaming exited, to share the cover of K.B. Wagers’ upcoming Hold Fast Through the Fire, one of my most anticipated books of 2021! I tell you, you are not ready for this kick-ass cover!
This post is part of 2020’s Scifi November, an event hosted by @imyril and @deargeekplace where we celebrate all things scifi.(Check out the official intro post) If you know me, you know I’m all about them queer books and science fiction, so what better way to dive into this year’s scifi month than to tell […]
This post is part of my diverse reads feature, where I list all the diverse books I’ve read in a given month. I can’t say that my reading has been back to normal, but at least it’s been going better than it did in September. As always, there have been a few great diverse, mostly […]
This post is part of my diverse reads feature, where I list all the diverse books I’ve read in a given month. It’s been a while since I last published one of my Diverse Reads posts, but that’s definitely not due to me not reading any diverse books (more like not reading at all *ahem*). […]