Review: Bruised (Tanya Boteju) | I was ready to get hurt by this sapphic coming of age book that deals with grief

For some reason I'm getting the feeling all my posts start off with something along the lines of "I can't resist books that deal with a certain subject and are sapphic, too!" which is...fair, because it's the truth. When I first saw this book I already started craving it. I mean, a coming of age…

Review: American Betiya ( Anuradha D. Rajurkar) | A story about cross-cultural and toxic relationships

There are lots of subjects I'd love to read more about, but toxic relationships are high on that list. We often get a look at the good relationships in which the good outweighs the bad, but it's so important to take a look at the opposite, too. Because unfortunately a lot of us will have…

Interview with Auriane Desombre, author of I think I love you | a sapphic romcom set at a film festival? Say no more!

The best feeling in the world? Seeing the cutest cover and finding out it's sapphic is the only acceptable answer. Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating, but you must admit that it's a pretty good feeling! Discovering this book existed made me so happy though. One of my goals for 2021 is to read more light-hearted books,…

Review: Everything I thought I knew (Shannon Takaoka) | proof that I can’t keep an opinion for two chapters straight

Most of the times I know exactly why a book attracts me. It often has something to do with a specific element or trope but with this book, however, I truly don't have a clue why I decided to read it. Of course, it has a beautiful cover and an interesting premise but I don't…