Conventionally Yours | Annabeth Albert | Book Review

Conventionally Yours is an adorable LGBTQIA romance written by Annabeth Albert. The two main characters, Conrad and Aiden, are both gamers and often play against each other for the online video blog Gamer Grandpa. Their game of choice of Odyssey but their tactics are on the complete opposite of the competitive spectrum. This of courseContinue reading “Conventionally Yours | Annabeth Albert | Book Review”

Saturday Movie Review: Swan Song

Swan Song is a new movie written and directed by Todd Stephens. It starts Udo Kier as a retired hairdresser who leaves his nursing home to take a walk through the small town where he lives to get to his final client. On his walk he visits some of the places that hold significance andContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Swan Song”

Mark My Words | Muhammad Khan | Book Review

Mark My Words is a face paced read which shines a strong light on social inequality within the privileged grammar school. Previously there were two schools in Enley – Minerva (the privileged private grammer school) and Bodley (the more racially diverse public school). Bodley is located in a more run-down part of town. When theContinue reading “Mark My Words | Muhammad Khan | Book Review”

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Wish Had An Epilogue

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader GirlToday’s topic is all about books that I wished had an epilogue. I’ll be honest some of these may already have epilogues but, I still wanted more of the characters! 1. The Wedding Season ~ Katy Birchall 2. You Can Go Your Own WayContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Wish Had An Epilogue”

The Wedding Season | Katy Birchall | Book Review

Freya Scott is having the perfect day or at least the perfect day before her wedding. Her wedding will be the real perfect day. She is marrying her long term boyfriend Matthew and kicking off the wedding season for her, her family, and her friends. Everything is set to go off without a hitch untilContinue reading “The Wedding Season | Katy Birchall | Book Review”

A Burst of Light and Other Essays | Audre Lorde | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to A Burst Of Light? My background includes a master’s degree in women’s studies so whenever I see a book by a feminist scholarship, I’m curious to pick it up. Especially if I have not read it before. A Burst of Light was first published in 1988 and was seen asContinue reading “A Burst of Light and Other Essays | Audre Lorde | Audiobook Review”

A Show For Two | Tashie Bhuiyan | Book Review

I’ll be honest, I’ve been siting on writing this review for A Show For Two. I had alot of mixed feelings with this one. The enemies to lovers romance was so good! Unfortunately, the other elements within the story left me feeling unsettled. When Mina and Emmit first met, they immediately clash. In fact, MinaContinue reading “A Show For Two | Tashie Bhuiyan | Book Review”

Top Ten Tuesday: Books With A Unit Of Time In Title

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader GirlToday’s topic is all about books with a unit of time in title. 1. Titanic: Day by Day ~ Simon Medhurst 2. I Hated You First ~ Rachel John 3. The Twelve Days of Snowball ~ Kristen McKanagh 4. Daisy Jones and the SixContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Books With A Unit Of Time In Title”

When You Call My Name | Tucker Shaw | Book Review

When You Call My Name honestly broke me and slowly tried to put me together again. This is a beautiful beautiful story. It is set during the 1980s and 1990s and is centered around the HIV/AIDS epidemic. No book with this as it’s central premise is going to be happy but, this one has somehowContinue reading “When You Call My Name | Tucker Shaw | Book Review”

Saturday Movie Review: Book of Love

Book of Love is a new movie on Amazon prime staring Sam Claflin and Veronica Echequi. The premise is that Henry Cooper is an English writer with a failing career. Somehow his most recent book has gone to the top if the lists in Mexico. He is sent to do a book tour with MariaContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Book of Love”

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