Sorrowland has been one of my most anticipated 2021 releases since it was announced - find out why it completely blew away my expectations.
Autism Pride Month 2021 might be over, but there are plenty of upcoming releases by autistic authors for you to support all year. Here are a few to get you started!
Ray Stoeve's YA debut, Between Perfect and Real, was published today. If you preordered a copy, you're in for a treat! If you haven't got a copy yet, read on to find out why this book most definitely deserves a spot on your TBR.
The Sword in the Street by C.M. Caplan, a debut novel released independently last month, is a historical fantasy with gay swordsmen and disabled scholars. Here's my review!
Today I'm sharing my review of Act Your Age, Eve Brown and a themed reading journal spread as part of the Hear Our Voices book tour!
It's time to look at the second book from Talia Hibbert's Brown Sisters series: Take a Hint, Dani Brown!
Join me this week for reviews of all 3 books from the Brown sisters trilogy by Talia Hibbert, starting with this one: Get a Life, Chloe Brown!
Since February is LGBT+ History Month in the UK and Black History Month in the USA, I wanted to take some time today to shine a spotlight on some of my favourite books by Black authors featuring LGBTQIA+ representation.
Time for me to gush about a book which instantly earned a place in my favourites: Legendborn by Tracy Deonn!
I'm sure everyone has seen this book mentioned a lot on any bookish platforms since its release - I've definitely seen a mix of people who love it and people who hate it. Now that I've read it, I can understand why the reviews are so conflicted.