Two Like Me and You Blog Tour | Review

hello and welcome back to another review!

Two Like Me and You by Chad Alan Gibbs is a YA contemporary and I laughed out loud, nearly cried and wanted to give almost every character a hug about seven times a chapter.  Thankyou to Netgalley, Xpresso Book Tours and Chad Alan Gibbs for allowing me to read this wonderful story.

Reading It Queer Rec List!

Hello and welcome to my reading it queer rec list!! If you have no idea what I'm talking about you can check out my explanation post here and then come back to check out the book recs!

Going Off Script Blog Tour: Review!

Queens of Geek is one of my favourite contemporary reads so when I discovered that not only was Jen Wilde writing a new book but that said new book was going to focus on the relationship between two women I may have shrieked a little bit. I shrieked even more when the possibility of being part of the blog tour for Going Off Script came about so you can imagine the noise when I received an email to let me know I was on it!! A huge thankyou to SwoonReads and Xpresso Book Tours for allowing me to devour this book before it hit mainstream shelves (and on that note - it's now sitting pretty on those shelves from today!! It's queer, hilarious and adorable and I 100% recommend everyone to go and buy a copy. If you need a tiny bit more encouragement then hopefully my full review can help!)

Queers Gone By: Rec List!

Hello and welcome back to another rec list, this time for the amazing Queers Gone By summer reading challenge! If you have no idea what I'm talking about you can all the general information in this post here. If you've read the post (either just now or on Tuesday) you'll know that each of the hosts picked two queer women, mine are Helen Hull Jacobs and Alice Dunbar Nelson, and then came up with a bunch of prompts. To assist you all with said prompts we've also come up with a few recommendations for each one!

Queers Gone By: Summer Readathon Announcement

Hello and welcome to yet another exciting announcement post! It will come as no surprise that I like books, women and LGBTQ+ issues, so when the lovely Molly approached me to ask if I'd be interested in helping out with a summer reading challenge that combined all three of the above my answer was an instant yes!

June Readathon Announcement!

Good evening everybody! I'm super excited to finally be sharing this post with you as it means that June, and more importantly pride month is literally right around the corner.

If you've been following me for a little while now you'll know that last year, 2018, I read only queer books for the entire year.  It was a decision made out of frustration over the lack of representation on my own bookshelves - I desperately wanted to read books where I could see myself and my own sexuality on its pages; I knew they existed but I just wasn't reading many. So Reading it Queer was born.