Review: The Night when no one had sex (Kalena Miller) | An incredibly honest and realistic look at the struggles of teens on the edge of adulthood, plus lots of sex-positivity and diversity included!

After reviewing books for a while, I think I've found something I'm especially good at: summarising books in one word. For The Night When No One Had Sex by Kalena Miller, it would without a doubt be the word "ridiculous". In a good way, that is, because I've never read a book that talks so…

2022 diverse YA debuts to anticipate | follow a part of these authors’ journey and die a little every day you have to live without their books!

Okay, I know what you're thinking: 2022 is still pretty far away, why would you make this post already? And I'd say: HA! Finally a question I can actually answer...But okay! Some of the books I've put on this list don't come out for over a year. (Which is torture, might I add.) However, these…

Review: A lesson in vengeance (Victoria Lee) | the sapphic dark academia thriller we deserve — with witchcraft, history, writers, and twists that will leave you in awe (and shivering)!

Throw that sanity out the door and listen to my words carefully: you need this book in your life. A lesson in vengeance by Victoria Lee was my most anticipated release of the entirety of 2021 and therefore had to be very good to still top my expectations. And you know what? Victoria Lee said…

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…