A Journey of Quotes – Annie on My Mind

Annie on My Mind by Nancy Garden is truly a slice of my past. It was one of the first lesbian books that I read after I came out in 2007. It was a huge deal for me since I hadn't really seen couples like Ashleigh and I back then. Not in books anyway. It …

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Queer Potterhead Recommendation

So I figure now is a good time to let you see how much of a queer Potterhead I am. I take my Harry Potter seriously. I thoroughly enjoy the books and movies. I also love reading fanfiction. I know that some people don't like fanfiction, but frankly, that is their loss. There are some …

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REVIEW: Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda

Update: I forgot to actually schedule this post, so it did not go live when I expected it to, so please ignore the bits and pieces about me being in the parade. I am almost definitely marching in the Queen City Pride Parade right now, but I won't let that stand in the way of …

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REVIEW: If I Was Your Girl

Welcome back, lovely readers, as we continue our descent into 2018 Pride Month with more wonderful books. Today, I'm going to be trying something a little bit different for my book review. Maybe it was just me, but my last couple of reviews have felt more like book reports. Never ending university student problems, I …

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A Tightly Woven Tale of Three Women

Welcome back, my glorious readers. Today, I am continuing with my Pride Month festivities as I review Michael Cunningham's The Hours. Before reading this book this past week, I had seen the movie that was created from it. At the time, I was on a bit of a Nicole Kidman kick, so this was one …

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Fictionally Queer in the 18th Century

With Pride Month just around the corner, I started to look for books that are a little bit (or in some cases, a lot) queer to read and review. I started at my public library, checking what they had listed. There are actually quite a few that I decided to check out. Some are classics …

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