Review: Malice (Heather Walter) | a twist on the tale of sleeping beauty with a villain pov, sapphic romance and an ending that will leave you shocked—and in need of the sequel!

There's something so intriguing about twisting fairytales to a story that is both familiar and entirely new. I'm personally a big sucker for it, but when I tell you no retelling has ever gripped me as much as Malice's concept has, I am for once not exaggerating! Heather Walter's debut is a dark sleeping beauty…

Review: Rise to the sun (Leah Johnson) | an incredibly relatable YA contemporary set at a music festival where two queer black teens find themselves—and each other!

After reading You should see me in a crown, I already knew Leah Johnson was one powerful human being. I mean, with a debut novel like that, I could only expect some more amazing novels from this author. And oh boy did she deliver with her sophomore novel, Rise to the sun! Following two girls…

Monthly wrap-up: What I read in June 2021 | recapping my reading, blogging and writing month!

Maybe this isn't the best way to introduce a post, but... I SURVIVED Y'ALL! I finished my schoolyear and I can officially start a new adventure, one I'm so ready for, even if new starts can be scary. From next year on, school will change drastically for me, but I might tell you more about…

Most anticipated releases of July 2021 | LGBTQIAP and BIPOC authors are stealing the (YA) fantasy spotlight this month! | Diversify your reading in 2021!

Are you ready to grow your TBR list some more? No need for me to wait for your answer because I've already gathered some books this month again! June's coming to an end so...welcome to July's anticipated reads post! Though I couldn't find as many books as I usually do, I did find some books…

Interview with Miel Moreland, author of It goes like this, on queer stories and her debut! | a heartfelt YA contemporary about friendship and a second-chance sapphic romance!

Well, what can I tell you? Never has something sounded as perfect as a coming of age story about four queer friends in a famous band that has to reunite, years after they split up. There was so much to this story, from the second-chance romance to the friendship aka found family to the struggles…

Cover reveal: This cursed crown (Alexandra Overy) – These feathered flames #2 + why you should pick up this series!

Have I made it completely clear to everyone how much I love These feathered flames? Because if not, hi! I am beyond in love with everything about this YA debut! From the complicated sister bonding to the mysterious and unique magic this world brings to the sapphic angst.As it is one of my absolute favourites…

Monthly wrap-up: What I read in May 2021 | recapping my reading, blogging and writing month!

Well, well, well! Another month has come to its end, so that can only mean one thing: it's wrap-up time! May was many things for me, but primarily it was the month I started trusting things to work out again. I'm forging my own path through life and I am actually hopeful. June will be…

Review: Trouble girls (Julia Lynn Rubin) | reading one of my most anticipated releases—a feminist YA novel with morally grey sapphics

Can you really blame me for reading so many sapphic books when they have concepts like this? I mean, this book almost seemed to be written for me, that's how perfect it sounded. Not only is it dark and sapphic; it's also marketed as feminist, raw and honest, and has many elements I adore. Who…

Most anticipated releases of June 2021 | a good month for the sapphics and BIPOCs in both YA and adult fiction | Diversify your reading in 2021!

And there we are yet again! May's already coming to an end so you know what that means: it's time to take a look at all those amazing diverse books releasing in June 2021! I've looked and I've looked and I've looked, but more importantly...I found! I have gathered so many books that you can…

Blog tour & Giveaway: May the best man win (ZR Ellor) | a hard-hitting YA contemporary with a second chance romance!

Time to talk about another trope I really like: second chance romances! There's something so beautiful about trying to trust one another again, trying to reignite that spark...with knowing the pain losing that person again could cause. This trope is one of the things that attracted me to May the best man win by ZR…