15 Queer Books on My TBR

Last week, I published 10 Must-Reads for Pride Month – go check that out if you missed it – so, today, I wanted to share some queer reads that are still on my TBR. Feel free to convince me to read these sooner rather than later, because a few of them have been living on […]

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10 Must-Read Books for Pride Month

June doesn’t just mean summer. It’s also LGBT pride month! Which merits celebrating. And what better way to celebrate than through books? I’m not personally a member of the LGBT community, but I definitely support them – has anyone seen Always Be My Maybe yet? Because that “thank you for your service” moment keeps popping […]

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30 Books That Shaped My 30 Years

Tomorrow, I will turning thirty years old. I’d expected to be one of those people who freak out, but I’m actually excited. My twenties were kind of awful, and thirty feels like a fresh start. Since it’s kind of a milestone birthday, I thought it might be interesting to look back on the books that […]

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What I’m Reading After Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones is over. After ten years of us obsessing over who would end up on the iron throne, we finally have an answer. Well, kind of. But NO SPOILERS (though I will say I’m actually in the minority who liked the final episode), so let’s just talk about books instead. Because even though […]

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10 Books You Should Have on Your Summer Reading List

It’s almost summer! And, contrary to that exclamation point, I’m not excited. Summer is when it’s hot and loud and sunny. Which is really not my thing. I like quiet and cold and dark. Like a true book dragon. For me, summer isn’t time to read on the beach. It’s time to blast the AC […]

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My Most Anticipated Sequels

While I was making a list of the books I’m most anticipating in the next year or so, I realized quite a few of them are sequels. I feel like there aren’t really that many ongoing series I’m currently reading, but there are definitely series that I’m excited to continue. Here are some of the […]

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The Value in Reading Bad Books

When I was in high school, I took a literature to film elective taught by one of my favorite English teachers. The first film we watched in that class: From Justin to Kelly. Why? Because she wanted us to watch a bad movie so we had a comparison to the good movies we were about […]

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