Today we welcome S. Kaeth representing Indie Story Geek, who shares with us a list of MG and YA novels with LGBTQ+ representation. Because it doesn’t matter how old you are, everyone has the right to explore their own identity and gender, and what can be better for that than books?
Jen’s Top 10 Reads of 2020
After some debate, we decided that instead of doing one short (top 3 reads each which would have been downright cruelty to ourselves), or one very long (top 10 reads each, squeezed together) post on our favorite reads in 2020, we’ll do three separate ones. Mainly because we’d like to highlight as many books as we can, regardless of when they were released, if they are indie, self-published, or traditionally published. The only criteria were that we had to read it in 2020. And maybe like it too. A tiny bit. Maybe. Last but not least it’s time for Jen’s Top 10 Reads of 2020.
Monthly Wrap Up: March 2020
March definitely wasn’t good for my mental health. I had more downs than ups, and the fact that my wages got dropped for the time being didn’t improve things, that’s for sure. It was also my blog anniversary month and it honestly didn’t go as well as I hoped which by the end of the month left me totally unmotivated toward blogging.
SPFBO: A Tale of Stars and Shadow by Lisa Cassidy
Team RockStarlit BookAsylum reviews the SPFBO 5 finalist, A Tale of Stars and Shadow by Lisa Cassidy. Thoughts and opinions are all our own.
Monthly Wrap Up: February 2020
Is it just me or February really just lasted for a blink? I was so occupied with stuff, that halfway through the month I completely forgot that it was my birthday month and didn’t have as much fun as I would have liked. That’s not saying I didn’t have any fun ar that I didn’t have a great birthday month, because I did. But I was just too focused on the coming blog anniversary and other things I’m working on behind the scenes. Oops.
SPFBO Finalist Edition: Lisa Cassidy
Tales from the Asylum is a new feature I came up with for SPFBO. I wanted to create a unique opportunity for the authors to show off their story telling skills by taking their characters and putting them in an asylum room to see how they would deal with the situation. A lot can happen in a closed space…