Hey booklovers! I have to share this new release because of the often dreamed about collaboration. Not only is this book a part of the DC Icons Series, it's also written by the highly read Sarah J. Maas. I know fans of this writer will be super excited to read more of her work as … Continue reading NEW RELEASE! Catwoman: Soulstealer
Ever wanted to write a perfectly developed 'mad' character? There are so many pitfalls it's hard to know where to start. Here's my guide to writing the 'mad' character of your dreams!
Hi, everyone! I know I'm a bit late to the party of anticipated reads, but I had to share the books I'm most excited about. Since we're over half way through the year (already!), I'll be focusing on new releases from the end of July to December 2018. There are some amazing new releases but … Continue reading My Most Anticipated Reads of 2018
Hey there everyone! Continuing my theme of strong alternative reads, I thought it would be interesting to take a peak around the curtain that is literature, books and comics from the Far East, in particular Japan. Now if you're familiar with Japanese culture, you'll probably know that one of the most popular and consumable forms … Continue reading FRIDAY PICKS – AKIRA VOL.1
Synopsis: At fifteen, Casey Legler is already one of the fastest swimmers in the world. She is also an alcoholic, isolated from her family, and incapable of forming lasting connections with those around her. Driven to compete at the highest levels, sent far away from home to train with the best coaches and teams, she finds herself increasingly alone and alienated, living a life of cheap hotels and chlorine-worn skin, anonymous sexual encounters and escalating drug use. Even at what should be a moment of triumph—competing at age sixteen in the 1996 Olympics—she is an outsider looking in, procuring drugs for Olympians she hardly knows, and losing her race after setting a new world record in the qualifying heats.
Welcome to Day 7 of my very first Reading Week! In celebration of London Pride I've been recommending the best LGBTQ+ books I can find. It's a great way to show your support, especially if you can't make it to a pride march. So far we've looked at some great must-read new releases, so today I'll be showing some of the most anticipated releases of 2018. All these books sound great and I can't wait to read them!
Hey there everyone! Since being invited to contribute to Book Recommendations, I thought it would be cool to provide really cool alternatives and reads with more of a cult following for you to check out. This week, I thought I'd diverge from the traditional book format all together and focus on the tricky subject of comic … Continue reading Friday Picks – Batman: Year One
Welcome to Day 6 of Reading Week! Today I'll be breaking my own rule and showing you guys two books. I know what your thinking, "Why is that a big deal?" I can answer this! These two books looked so good I simply couldn't decide between the two! Don't worry they're still heavily influenced by LGBTQ+ themes.
Hi, everyone! For Day 5 of London Pride Reading Week I've decided to have a look at a collection of LGBTQ+ stories, released earlier this year. Seventeen authors have come together to create this long anticipated anthology of diverse historical fiction. It's super interesting so read on!
Hi, everyone! Getting excited for London Pride? I know I am. How better to celebrate than have a look at book number 4. Can you believe there's only 3 more books to go?? Yesterday's recommendation was realist fiction, so today I've dug up a fantasy book that explores an original world through the eyes of a bisexual necromancer.