The importance of LGBT fiction

 A common trend I’ve noticed these days is the occurrence of the gay side character, especially in YA fiction. Now, while I love seeing a larger representation of the LGBT community in fiction, I am not happy with the fact these characters are not at the forefront; rather, they are the background characters, pushed to … Continue reading The importance of LGBT fiction

Carry On by Rainbow Rowell 

“Just when you think you're having a scene without Simon, he drops in to remind you that everyone else is a supporting character in his catastrophe.” Rainbow Rowell’s standalone/sequel to Fangirl is one of the best books of 2016. I bought the novel not too long after it was published, and it stayed on my … Continue reading Carry On by Rainbow Rowell