Solitaire by Alice Oseman Book Review

I sometimes wonder how Alice Oseman feels about the fact her debut novel about a sad teenage girl got some very good attention, but her spin-off graphic novel series about the character's little brother and boyfriend are what catapulted her into the title of one of the best and most important young-adult writers of our... Continue Reading →

Happiest Season (2020) Movie Review

Merry Christmas, or Happy Holidays. Whichever works. For those who didn't do their homework, such as me, this is not only a lesbian romance movie set on Christmas; it's apparently the first of its type because every actor who plays someone who's LGBTQ in this movie is LGBTQ in real life. Welcome additional touch there.... Continue Reading →

Everless by Sara Holland Book Review

Some of these books I read should be looked at in Sociology classes. They're terrific ways of looking at alternative worlds with our same type of human behaviours within. Sara Holland's description best explains it so I'm going to steal it for this little section: "In the kingdom of Sempera, time is currency—extracted from blood,... Continue Reading →

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