Review of Brooklyn Burning by Steve Brezenoff

Brooklyn Burning by Steve Breezenoff | REVIEW

Synopsis When you’re sixteen and no one understands who you are, sometimes the only choice left is to run. If you’re lucky, you find a place that accepts you, no questions asked. And if you’re really lucky, that place has a drum set, a place to practice, and a placeRead More

Camp NaNoWriMo Update: July 1st – 7th

‘Tis the season for crappy drafting and learning how to write all over again. I’ve decided once again to take on July’s version of Camp NaNoWriMo. I haven’t won a NaNoWriMo since 2015, but this year I’m coming in with a brand new book idea. On top of that, I’mRead More

The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2019

TIME TO FREAK OUT! I’ve read 24 books out of my goal of 52 this year which puts me two books behind, but gives me enough to answer these questions. So let’s get started with the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2019 The best book you’ve read so far inRead More

Review of Rabi and Matthew by L.A. Witt

Rabi and Matthew by L.A. Witt | REVIEW

Synopsis A queer retelling of Romeo & Juliet, except no one has to bury their gays. A decades-old family rivalry is reaching a boiling point as the patriarchs vie for a seat in Congress. Democrat vs Republican, Muslim vs Christian, Hashmi vs Swain — the Midwestern town of Arbor Hills is oneRead More

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