So May has come and is on its way out now. I’ve already started working on my June posts for Pride month. I’ve even started a bit early as you already know. Before we slide into the sixth month of 2018, I wanted to share my posts for May.
I should note that I have also included my first two Book Blog posts, even though they were in April. I didn’t want them to get missed though. They would have felt lonely. Let’s just pretend that they belonged in May too.
So, here is the wrap up of what has been posted on All is Fair in Love and Writing recently:
- Anything’s possible if you’ve got enough nerve – My ranking of the Harry Potter books
- A chilling look into Saskatchewan history – My review of The Education of Augie Merasty by Joseph Auguste (Augie) Merasty with David Carpenter
- Reader Recommends – My recommendation of a great podcast, Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
- The Big Read Top 100 List – The books I’ve read, started or are on my list from BBC’s list of the top 100 books
- The Writer Recommends – My recommendation of an app to help get you writing
- Persuing Historical Fiction – My review of The Pagan & The Jew by Terrance D. Williamson
- Meet the Author – My interview with Terrance D. Williamson, author of The Pagan & The Jew
- Fictionally Queer in the 18th Century – My review of The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee
- The Book I Just Can’t Do – A write up on my attempts to read The Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall
- Book vs. Movie Face Off – A comparison of Call Me by Your Name‘s book and movie
- The Queer Recommends – My recommendation of an adorable web series called Carmilla
And last, but not least:
I have also added a page where I will be keeping a list of all of my book reviews. You can find it here.
Here are some of the things that you can expect to see in June:
- More book reviews, including Annie on My Mind
- Recommendations of queer content, including web series, fan-fiction and books
- An all around queer time! Yay for Pride Month!
I’m looking forward to seeing you all in June!