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Review: Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell

Synopsis: While the Iskat Empire has long dominated the system through treaties and political alliances, several planets, including Thea, have begun to chafe under Iskat's rule. When tragedy befalls Imperial Prince Taam, his Thean widower, Jainan, is rushed into an arranged marriage with Taam's cousin, the disreputable Kiem, in a bid to keep the rising… Continue reading Review: Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell

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2021 releases part 2

Hello, dear readers! Here I finally am with part 2 of my anticipated reads of 2021! If you haven't read the part 1 (my preorders) you can find it here.  I'm delighted to share the rest of my anticipated releases list! These books all sound amazing and I just hope I'll get to read them… Continue reading 2021 releases part 2

2021 releases

2021 releases part 1: my preorders

Hello, bookish people! I'm here today with a very fun post! Let's talk about the 2021 releases I'm excited about and have already pre ordered! In a following post, we'll talk about the ones I couldn't, didn't or won't preorder. As you all know, white cishet books tend to get a lot more promo than… Continue reading 2021 releases part 1: my preorders

2020 releases · reviews

Review: Trade Deadline by Avon Gale and Piper Vaughn

Synopsis: Daniel “Bellzie” Bellamy should be on top of the world—a Stanley Cup is the perfect topper to his fourteen-year NHL career. But despite the post-win high, something’s missing. When the chance to play for his hometown team, the Miami Thunder, comes along, he’s open to it. And when he runs into an old friend… Continue reading Review: Trade Deadline by Avon Gale and Piper Vaughn

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Review: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Synopsis: After receiving a frantic letter from her newlywed cousin begging for someone to save her from a mysterious doom, Noemí Taboada heads to High Place, a distant house in the Mexican countryside. She’s not sure what she will find - her cousin’s husband, a handsome Englishman, is a stranger, and Noemí knows little about… Continue reading Review: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

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Review: CAMP by L. C. Rosen

Synopsis: Sixteen-year-old Randy Kapplehoff loves spending the summer at Camp Outland, a camp for queer teens. It's where he met his best friends. It's where he takes to the stage in the big musical. And it's where he fell for Hudson Aaronson-Lim - who's only into straight-acting guys and barely knows not-at-all-straight-acting Randy even exists.… Continue reading Review: CAMP by L. C. Rosen

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Review: Monster of the Week by F. T. Lukens

Summary: Spring semester of Bridger Whitt's senior year of high school is looking great. He has the perfect boyfriend, a stellar best friend, and an acceptance letter to college. He also has this incredible job as an assistant to Pavel Chudinov, an intermediary tasked with helping cryptids navigate the modern world. His days are filled… Continue reading Review: Monster of the Week by F. T. Lukens

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My Most Anticipated Reads of 2020 (and why I won’t be reading a lot of new releases this year)

HEY THERE, READERS! So I'm here not only to list my most anticipated books of this (hopefully) awesome year of 2020, but also to let you know why the list isn't super long. Well, 2020 is gonna be a bit of a different year, for many reasons. First of all being I'm actually finishing my… Continue reading My Most Anticipated Reads of 2020 (and why I won’t be reading a lot of new releases this year)

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Review: Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand

Synopsys: Beware of the woods and the dark, dank deep. He’ll follow you home, and he won’t let you sleep. Who are the Sawkill Girls? Marion: the new girl. Awkward and plain, steady and dependable. Weighed down by tragedy and hungry for love she’s sure she’ll never find. Zoey: the pariah. Luckless and lonely, hurting… Continue reading Review: Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand