In America, you say, I lost my husband, and everyone thinks they know what you mean. In France, they know better. When I say I lost him, they don't say, I'm so sorry. They say, where did he go? And so when I answered the man I'd been chasing, I spoke quietly and clearly, ad … Continue reading Book Review: Paris By The Book by Liam Callanan
When I came out, I never anticipated just how far the LGBTQ community and movement would come in so short a time. Inheriting a legacy of advocates, activists, and everyday people who, through the flames of violence and the ashes of hatred, toiled and fought for a different world, we've grown into one of the … Continue reading Book Review: Tomorrow Will Be Different: Love, Loss and The Fight for Trans Equality by Sarah McBride
Orphaned at a young age, Teddy was fortunate enough to be adopted by two loving parents, but that fact alone didn't discourage the confusion at her unknown childhood manifesting itself in strange ways. With an uncanny ability to read people—which often presented as overwhelming anxiety and the resultant epileptic fits—Teddy struggles to balance her emotions … Continue reading Book Review: School For Psychics by K.C. Archer
I had the privilege of receiving the March shipment of the Apostrophe Book Box which has proved to be a wonderful addition to the world of bookish subscription boxes. Staying true to the roots of book subscription boxes, Apostrophe Box includes a few extra goodies in addition to a hard cover book. What makes them … Continue reading Subscription Box Review: Apostrophe Book Box
I JUST finished reading this enthralling story! Follow the link to read an in depth introduction to Julia Fine's debut What Should Be Wild. And stay tuned for my personal review publishing soon and a very special giveaway on my Instagram account @readvoraciously.
Your twenties were a time when you still felt young, but the groundwork was being laid in a serious way, crisscrossing beneath the surfaces. It was being laid even while you slept. What you did, where you lived, who you loved, all of it was like pieces of track being out down in the middle … Continue reading Book Review: The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer