2020, Book, Non-Fiction, Queer, Recommended, Reviews

Thoughts: Moan: Anonymous Essays on Female Orgasm

So. This is a topic of which I can safely say I've not read any non-fiction about. I've read plenty of romance with plenty of moans, plenty of orgasms but nothing within the non-fiction realm that really looks at people's experiences or opinions. I figured there is a first time for everything though right?! Moan:… Continue reading Thoughts: Moan: Anonymous Essays on Female Orgasm

2020, Books, Library, Non-Fiction, Reviews, Wrapup

January 2020 Wrap-up Part 2

Part two of my wrap-up is here if January 2020! So most of the books I read this month, like I mentioned in the Part One post got their own posts, but there were a few that slipped past that I just had a few notes on. Things that interested me but that I didn't want… Continue reading January 2020 Wrap-up Part 2

2020, Book, Library, Reviews, SF/F

Thoughts: Gods of Jade and Shadow

  Gods of Jade and Shadow by Silvia Moreno-Garcia Source: Library TL;DR: The hype is real on this one if you enjoy mythological or fairy tale style stories. I recommend it highly. Thoughts: It's going to be hard for me to not gush all over this book. I checked it out of the library to see… Continue reading Thoughts: Gods of Jade and Shadow

2020, Book, Books, Comics, Recommended, Reviews, Series, Wrapup

Comics & Manga Wrap-up for January 2020

  Most of what I read this month was Fruits Basket, though I picked up a few other things in my down time between reads. I also decided to DNF a series over the course of a month, ah well!  I’ll start off with the single volume I read, Volume 5 of A Bride’s Story… Continue reading Comics & Manga Wrap-up for January 2020

2020, Book, Middle Grade, Recommended, Reviews, SF/F

Thoughts: Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky

So Rick Riordan Presents has had some hits and missing for me. Honestly mostly misses in the past year or so. Even one of my favorite authors completely missed the mark. This one though, very much a win! Click through for my loose thoughts. Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia… Continue reading Thoughts: Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky

2020, Horror, Queer, Reviews, SF/F

Thoughts : Laughter at the Academy

I love Seanan's short fiction, sometimes I have to be in a mood for her longer stuff just due to the denser style she can have in that format, but her short fiction is almost always a win for me. So I'm not sure why I was surprised I loved this collection as much as… Continue reading Thoughts : Laughter at the Academy

2020, Books, Recommended, Reviews, romance

January Wrap-up Part 1

     I’m going to have to break this into two parts. I had no idea I’d read as many books as I had till half way through the month.    The books I read and reviewed/have reviews upcoming I’ll list here first, to help shorten this: Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by… Continue reading January Wrap-up Part 1

Book, Reviews, SF/F

Retro SF Thoughts : City by Clifford D. Simak

Retro Science Fiction and Fantasy has been a genre I’ve avoided since my teens. I read buckets of it as a young kid, it was all that was available to me in the library and so naturally I ate it like candy at the time. As I got older I got into the groove of… Continue reading Retro SF Thoughts : City by Clifford D. Simak

Book, Non-Fiction, Reviews

Non-Fiction : To Marry an English Lord by Gail MacColl and Carol Wallace

   To Marry an English Lord is presented as a popular history style book that talks about the period of time during the Late Victorian era into the Edwardian era when it became common practice for rich Americans to attempt to net a title through marriage. My copy in particular had a large printed emblem that… Continue reading Non-Fiction : To Marry an English Lord by Gail MacColl and Carol Wallace