reading challenge · f/f · sapphicathon

SapphicAThon Reading Challenge TBR

Tasha @ Cats and Paperbacks created this lovely reading challenge, from December 14-28! The challenge is to read as many f/f romances as possible, with the option of following the challenge bingo board if you like. The hosts are Jamieson, Elise, Amelie and Miriam. Check out the details of the challenge here. This is such an amazing reading… Continue reading SapphicAThon Reading Challenge TBR

Anyta Sunday · book blitz · leo loves aries · lgbt · m/m

Secret Blitz: Leo Loves Aries by Anyta Sunday – Free today 22/11 only!

Leo Loves Aries (Signs of Love #1) Publisher: Anyta Sunday (self published) Date of promotion: November 22nd, 2017 Subgenre: Contemporary M/M gay romance, friends-to-lovers All buy links or pre-order links: here Book blurb: A new person will enter your life in the early year, Leo. Look past any moments of frustration they might bring and laugh—this could be the… Continue reading Secret Blitz: Leo Loves Aries by Anyta Sunday – Free today 22/11 only!

#loveOzYA · book reviews

#LoveOzYA Bingo Challenge TBR

The lovely Sarah and Alex @ The YA Room have created a #LoveOzYA reading challenge to celebrate their one year blog anniversary – to do that, they’ve decided to celebrate Aussie YA! I have been wanting to read more #LoveOzYA and this is just the perfect chance for me to do just that! Rules: You can… Continue reading #LoveOzYA Bingo Challenge TBR

c.s. pacat · events · fence · release

Fence Comic Launch Party: Info from the Q&A & Pictures!

Thursday night was the launch party of the first issue of Fence, a new comic series by Australian author C.S. Pacat (Captive Prince series), and Mexican illustrator Johanna the Mad. The party was held at All Stars Comics in Melbourne and it was an absolutely amazing night! We had cake, cupcakes with all the characters faces on… Continue reading Fence Comic Launch Party: Info from the Q&A & Pictures!

book reviews · eleanor herman · legacy of kings · ya · young adult

A semi-ranty review of Legacy of Kings by Eleanor Herman, including a (sort of) mini historical lesson

“Questions are answered not when you want an answer but when the time for answers is right.” That quote is right … because no question was ever answered in this book. Legacy of Kings was not a bad book per se, but I found it a confusing, frequently boring one. Perhaps I had high expectations for… Continue reading A semi-ranty review of Legacy of Kings by Eleanor Herman, including a (sort of) mini historical lesson