Book Review: Autoboyography

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren Audiobook narration by Deacon Lee Well, Christina Lauren, you have officially broken me with this sweet, tender, beautiful story. I don't really have any words to say in the form of an official review, because typing through tears is difficult. I can only say that these characters are so lovely and... Continue Reading →

Book Tour Stop: The Lesbiana’s Guide to Catholic School

The Lesbiana's Guide to Catholic School by Sonora Reyes The Lesbiana's Guide to Catholic School is a shining example of why, even as a 53-year-old woman, I am so passionately in love with the YA genre as a whole, and queer YA in particular. The depth of emotion found in contemporary YA rivals most of... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Breathe and Count Back from Ten

Breathe and Count Back from Ten by Natalia Sylvester Publication Date: 10 May 2022 There is not nearly enough disability rep in today's market, so I am so pleased to have been able to read Natalia Sylvester's Breathe and Count Back from Ten, which pulled from the author's own experience with hip dysplasia. In the... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Some Mistakes Were Made

Some Mistakes Were Made by Kristin Dwyer Publication Date: 10 May 2022 Some Mistakes Were Made is the story of two teenagers, recent high school graduates with a long and complicated history between them. Ellis comes from the neglectful home of two largely absent parents; her mother only comes home when she needs money, and... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Face for Picasso

A Face for Picasso: Coming of Age with Crouzon Syndrome by Ariel Henley ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I was gifted this book by the author, and although memoir is not a genre I read a lot, I am so grateful that I got the chance to experience this beautiful book. I went into this knowing exactly zero about... Continue Reading →

Best of 2021: In the Wild Light

Looking back on my reviews this year, it should be very clear which book was far and away my favorite. I have recommended this book and gushed about it so many times I'm sure people are sick of me talking about it. I gifted it to some special people for Christmas, because I want them... Continue Reading →

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