Oddly perfect for those young readers who love stories about friendship and those who are budding true crime fans, Frankie & Bug is a must-read release for 2021!
Rockstar Book Tour: Freeda the Frog and the Two Mommas Next Door
I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the FREEDA THE FROG AND THE TWO MOMMAS NEXT DOOR by Nadine Haruni Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway! About The Book: Title: FREEDA THE FROG AND THE TWO MOMMAS NEXT […]
Love Rises in Kevin Panetta and Savanna Ganucheau’s ‘Bloom’
Bloom is a quintessential summer coming-of-age romance and it tells what may be one of the year’s most beautiful love stories.
‘The Prince and the Dressmaker’ Offers A Wonderful New Take on the Classic Girl-Meets-Prince Formula
The Prince and the Dressmaker has been one of our most anticipated graphic novel releases of the year ever since it was announced. An LGBT-positive take on the classic girl-meets-prince fairytale formula? Count us in!
David Levithan’s ‘Another Day’ Gives Us A Second Perspective On A’s Story From ‘Every Day’
Author: David Levithan Release Date: August 25, 2015 Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers Genre(s): Young Adult, Romance, Science Fiction, LGBT Rating: ★★★☆☆ Review Spoilers: Moderate GoodReads | Amazon Almost three years ago now I wrote one of Nerdophiles’ first book reviews on David Levithan’s Every Day. It’s a very emotional book about a very […]
The Spire #1 Takes Us to the Tiers and Beyond
The Spire #1 Author: Simon Spurrier Artist: Jeff Stokely Publisher: BOOM! Studios Source: BOOM! Studios DRC ★★★☆☆ Fantasy fans rejoice! BOOM! Studios is bringing us yet another awesome fantasy series and I’m really enjoying this one. The world building of The Spire is fun. But so is the story. It starts out […]
Batman and Robin Together at Last in Homoerotic Art Gallery
After spending a long winter break back home in the central valley, nothing says, “Welcome back to San Francisco!” quite like spending a Friday night at the “Batman on Robin” homoerotic art show. Sure, not everyone ships Batman and Robin. That’s totally okay! But try to tell me slash fiction […]