Interview with Katie Zhao, author of How we fall apart, on her YA dark academia thriller debut and dreams for HWFA!

We can really start counting down the days until How we fall apart by Katie Zhao is out in the world now! There's barely four weeks left until we can all dive into this dark academia thriller, and I don't know about you, but I couldn't be more excited! It sounds like such a fun…

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…

Interview with Alexandra Overy, author of These feathered flames | we’ve been blessed with an explosive sapphic YA fantasy that will not let you go

How surprised would you all be if I told you I'm a mess? Nothing could've ever prepared me for the masterpiece that is These feathered flames, and though I'm really trying not to sound dramatic, I just have to say wow. This beautiful queer retelling of a Russian folktale is worth all my keyboard smashes,…

Interview with Adrienne Tooley, author of Sweet & bitter magic | this sapphic YA fantasy is the reason I breathe

Getting a review copy of your most anticipated release of 2021 is one thing, but getting to interview the author of said book is a whole other level of me screaming. Everything about this book sounded amazing — not only is it sapphic YA fantasy, it also has the best concept ever. It's almost as…

Interview with Alyssa Sheinmel, author of The Castle School (for troubled girls) | I can’t resist books that talk about grief

I must admit that when I first saw this book, I thought it was gonna be a dark academia sort of mystery, but soon after that I found out it's a hard hitting contemporary! That doesn't matter that much to me though. Let’s be honest: I would’ve wanted to read it either way! It’s a…

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,…