Review: Heretic’s Guide to Homecoming by Sienna Tristen

Mental health representation is incredibly important to me; I write it into my stories because I didn't see enough of it growing up, and when books do it right, I sing their praises because it is such a relief not to feel like a monster for once. So when I say that Heretic's Guide to Homecoming is one of … Continue reading Review: Heretic’s Guide to Homecoming by Sienna Tristen

First Chapter Thoughts – DEADLINE by Stephanie Ahn

Hello everyone and welcome back! It's time for some more first chapter thoughts, this time on Deadline - a paranormal detective noir from Stephanie Ahn. Harrietta Lee is a disgraced witch, super gay, and super in trouble when she takes on a case from a powerful corporate family. First off, I'm already in love with Harry. She's … Continue reading First Chapter Thoughts – DEADLINE by Stephanie Ahn

Review: Clockwork Canada, ed. Dominik Parisien

This review is a few years old, and was originally posted on my Tumblr blog. It's being reposted here with no modification, but my feelings towards the book remain the same. Steampunk is one of those aesthetics and settings I’ve always loved, but never quite been in love with. It wasn’t steampunk itself - it was the … Continue reading Review: Clockwork Canada, ed. Dominik Parisien