Featuring my favourite three reads for 2018 and some other highlights
What happens when the author of some books you like turns out to be a liar and a cheat?
My final tally of top m/m reads for the year, including some queer SF and paranormal romance.
Three of my favourite individual books from last year were "spooky house" stories. Two were straight up ghost stories, while the third was a different kind of paranormal.
Reflections on three standout authors whose work I read in 2017 - TJ Klune, KJ Charles and Santino Hassell.
Gosh. How many books have I read this year? (So far 235 books and novellas, of which 198 were new and 37 were re-reads... and still counting.) My inner bookworm continues to devour and my finger continues to madly one-click. In fact, there's been more one-clicking, because someone introduced me to bookbub. Bookbub is a … Continue reading Reading highlights from 2016 – part 1
Priddy's Tale is another gorgeous love story from Harper Fox. It's a fantastical tale about a lost young guy who lives in a Cornish lighthouse and falls in love with a merman. I love this story so much. It's told in a fairy tale style -- which isn't usually my thing, because I prefer a … Continue reading Priddy’s Tale: book review
It's been a while (too long) since I've talked fantasy novels on this blog, but I'm excited to get back into it today to celebrate a new release from indie publisher, Turtleduck Press. I've featured a few Turtleduck Press novels over the past couple of years -- not only are the team friends of mine, … Continue reading Book Launch: City of Hope and Ruin
It turns out that April is World Autism Awareness Month (and World Autism Awareness Day was on 2 April) and it so happens that I've recently read some wonderful novels featuring main characters with autism. I know there are many important autobiographies and memoirs written by people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but I have … Continue reading Three romances featuring characters with autism
I bet you're all wondering how I'm going with getting stuff done? I mean, it's been over a month since my last post (sorry), so obviously I've been far too busy kicking goals. Right? Er, no. Not really... Well, actually, yes, I have kicked at least one goal. I have, for instance, revised almost half … Continue reading Journal: The quest for temperance and other things