“Impossible is a word for yesterday, not tomorrow.”
Category: Queer Lit
Magic shapes Yadriel’s world. Stories shape ours.
A deal announcement, a sequel available, and a cover reveal!
This series is a phoenix, and it will set your soul on fire and burn your heart to the ground, and it’s so fucking beautiful that the pain of it being over is a thousand times worse than what it puts you through.
The Dark Tide is perfect in every way.
That’s it. That’s the review.
If you’re looking for a book where there’s a clear Dark Side and no question who the heroes are, this is not the book for you. If you want an adventure, a heist, capers and shenanigans, this is not the book for you. If you’re looking for a comfort read, a quick read, a fun […]
We have had some ridiculously gorgeous cover reveals in the last little while – so pretty I just had to showcase them! It doesn’t hurt that these are all from my most-anticipated list, as well! Once I picked my jaw up off the floor, I realised that A Dark and Hollow Star‘s cover reminded me […]
More and more, we’re having an easier time finding cis queer characters in Fantasy – not an easy time; there’s still not enough of them, and publishers often don’t advertise the fact that a book is queer. But there’s more than there used to be, and the number’s steadily increasing. It’s much harder to find […]
Shamelessly nabbing the idea from Rainbow Reads (which is a fantastic book blog for queer fiction, and if you’re not subscribed to their posts, you should be!) I’m going to rec a Fantasy book for each of the stripes of the Pride flag. Rainbow Reads used the original Gilbert Baker flag + the new brown […]
If you pitch me two similar-sounding books, but one is queer? Then that’s the one I’m picking. And I can’t figure out why. Of course, it’s a given that representation matters in fiction – I’m not here to debate that; as far as I’m concerned, it’s a fact, not an opinion. This post isn’t about […]