Blurb A sweet and funny #ownvoices LGBTQ+ romance perfect for fans of Becky Albertalli and Julie Murphy, from the critically acclaimed author of Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit! Piper Kitts is spending the summer living with her grandmother, training at the barn of a former Olympic horseback rider, and trying to get over her … Continue reading Review: The Key to You and Me by Jaye Robin Brown.
Blurb There's one thing Jay Collier knows for sure—he's a statistical anomaly as the only out gay kid in his small rural Washington town. While all this friends can't stop talking about their heterosexual hookups and relationships, Jay can only dream of his own firsts, compiling a romance to-do list of all the things he … Continue reading Review: Jay’s Gay Agenda by Jason June.
Blurb Felix Love has never been in love—and, yes, he’s painfully aware of the irony. He desperately wants to know what it’s like and why it seems so easy for everyone but him to find someone. What’s worse is that, even though he is proud of his identity, Felix also secretly fears that he’s one … Continue reading Review: Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender.
I am honoured and thrilled to be taking part today in the #UlimateBlogTour organised by TheWriteReads for What Beauty There Is by Cory Anderson. Published: 08/04/2021ISBN: 9780241441718Length: 368 PagesDimensions: 222mm x 34mm x 144mmWeight: 483gRRP: £12.99Imprint: Penguin Blurb When everything you love is in danger, how long can you keep running to survive?Life can be brutalWinter in Idaho. The sky is … Continue reading Ultimate Blog Tour – What Beauty There Is, by Cory Anderson.
Description: It’s 1789 and a young Jane Austen turns detective as she seeks to solve the mysterious happenings at Southmoor Abbey. When a carriage accident forces a change of plans, 13-year-old Jane is sent to be a companion to Lady Cromwell for a week as the household prepares to celebrate the eldest son’s coming-of-age party. … Continue reading Blog Tour – Jane Austen Investigates: The Abbey Mystery by Julia Golding.
Between Perfect and Real is a wonderful YA novel about a trans boy finding himself. So many topics and themes are covered in this book. We have the usual YA plotlines of teen angst, romantic relationships, friendships, gaining more independence, planning for the future, and trying to understand the world not only for yourself but … Continue reading Review: Between Perfect and Real by Ray Stoeve.
I was lucky to be granted an e-arc of Anya’s debut novel Queen of All from Zenith Press on NetGalley. A fantasy novel is outside of my usual reading preferences, but I was pleasantly surprised, and thoroughly enjoyed it. When I found out Anya began writing the book at just twelve years old, I instantly … Continue reading Author Q&A: Anya Josephs
Description Ada’s life is a mess. She just caught her boyfriend cheating on her after a humiliating attempt at losing her virginity, and she’s had it up to here with her gorgeous older sister’s unsolicited advice. But things really hit the fan during a family vacation in Hawaii, where Ada discovers her own mother is … Continue reading Review: With You All the Way by Cynthia Hand
A truly beautiful book. Sadness. Heartbreak. Grief. Hopelessness.But then,Creativity. Humour. Happiness. Hope. Love. I raced through this book, could not get enough. I loved the insight into the world through the eyes of Alice, her day-to-day struggles, and hopes for the future. I can’t imagine how it must be to lose your ‘spoons’ so quickly, … Continue reading Review: The World Between Us by Sarah Ann Juckes
I chose to read Queen of All as part of my personal quest to try new genres. I have always been in the ‘I don’t like fantasy camp’. I was wrong. Queen of All is a story of unrequited, deep, and selfless love, set on a backdrop of secrets, magic, and an evil Prince. The plot moves at … Continue reading Review: Queen of All by Anya Leigh Josephs