If you’ve been following me for a while, you may remember that Emma and I cohosted a feature called Let’s Talk YA. We decided to revamp this during this world-wide pandemic to become a weekly series where we highlight books that are being published during this time that may not get the release they deserve. We will often feature … Continue reading Let’s Talk Books #4: Q + A with William Hussey
#SixForSunday is a weekly prompt hosted by Steph at A Little But a Lot in which we’re encouraged to share 6 books or book-related opinions on a theme. This week's theme is LGBT+ Books On Your TBR. Heartstopper by Alice Oseman Birthday by Meredith Russo Hot Dog Girl by Jennifer Dugan I Wish You All The … Continue reading Best LGBT+ Books on my TBR
#SixForSunday is a weekly prompt hosted by Steph at A Little But a Lot in which we’re encouraged to share 6 books or book-related opinions on a theme. This week's theme is Favourite LGBT+ Characters and I'm going to choose characters that haven't got as much hype as say Simon from Simon v.s. the Homo Sapiens Agenda or Jesper/Wylan from the Six of Crows duology.
I am such a character-driven reader, so all of these characters were so memorable and challenge stereotypes around their sexuality.
#SixForSunday is a weekly prompt hosted by Steph at A Little But a Lot in which we’re encouraged to share 6 books or book-related opinions on a theme. This week's theme is favourite LGBT+ books, which I am a big fan of. I did a big list for my favourites from last year, so today I'm sharing … Continue reading Six for Sunday: Best LGBT+ Books of The Year (So Far)
I've recently found this amazing reading challenge for February (full details here), so of course, I'd love to take part! I'm aiming to get at least one bingo from this grid as well, so I'll update this page as I complete each book, with ✅ meaning I've completed it. My TBR: Toil & … Continue reading TBR for #FFFebruaryReads
For day 8 of #Blogtober, I'm going to fulfil one of my goals for September! I was aiming to write a book review per week and today, I'll be doing just that for not one, but two books. As it's autumn, I'm going to review two spooky, magical reads (one of which I included on … Continue reading Mini Moïra Fowley-Doyle Reviews
Recently I checked my monthly goals here and today, I want to set some more for September (yes, I know we're halfway through the month, but better late than never I guess). So every month I've been setting myself goals about reading diverse books, but this month I'd like to add in some blogging goals. … Continue reading September Goals
So I have a set of monthly goals that encourage me to read more diverse books, which I obviously want to help promote and I really enjoy reading about experiences that are outside my own. It's so nice to see some representation that matches myself sometimes, so I just want other people to be able … Continue reading Checking my July Goals
Monthly Goals: I want to read at least: At least one book by BAME authors and/or one that contains BAME characters At least one book by an LGBT+ author or that contains LGBT+ themes At least one book containing themes about mental health issues/disabilities I'm going to tackle one bullet point at a time and … Continue reading Did I achieve my Monthly Goals in June?