WWW Wednesday: 11th May 2022

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WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam of Taking on a World of Words. It's a fun midweek reading update that asks you to answer three questions:- What are you currently reading?- What did you recently finish reading?- What do you think you'll read next? What are you currently reading? I'm halfway through The Stardust … Continue reading WWW Wednesday: 11th May 2022

Reading 5 Books My Friends Recommended To Me

I love reading books my friends recommend to me, so at the start of the year I asked a bunch of friends to give me a book recommendation! This will be an ongoing series, but let's start off with my thoughts on my first five recommended reads. The Cloud Roads by Martha Wells Recommended to … Continue reading Reading 5 Books My Friends Recommended To Me

7 Fantasy & Sci-fi Books With Autistic Characters for Autism Acceptance Month

April is Autism Acceptance Month so I'm here with a bunch of fantasy and sci-fi books (and a healthy dose of horror) with autistic characters for you! On top of that, all of these books were written by autistic authors! I struggled to find autism representation in my favourite genres when I was younger. There's … Continue reading 7 Fantasy & Sci-fi Books With Autistic Characters for Autism Acceptance Month

Review: Wild And Wicked Things by Francesca May

A lush, glittering read for people who need a sapphic, witchy Great Gatsby.Following World War I, Annie Mason travels to Crow Island to sort through her late father's estate. She's never travelled alone before, but the island allows her to catch up with her estranged best friend, Beatrice. There's also Annie's magnetic neighbour, Emmeline, shrouded … Continue reading Review: Wild And Wicked Things by Francesca May

Review: Dark Stars Tales of the Darkest Horror

Dark Stars features talented authors and varied subgenres of horror, but it's not the most cohesive of short story collections.This short story collection features a wide array of notable horror writers coming together as a homage to the 1980s horror anthology, Dark Forces. The stories tackle a variety of topics from psychological horror to dark … Continue reading Review: Dark Stars Tales of the Darkest Horror

Review: All That’s Left In The World by Erik J. Brown

All That's Left In The World Review

This wonderful queer story manages to be heartwarming and thoughtful even within a deadly apocalyptic plague.A deadly plague has swept across the world. With a 99.9% mortality rate, it's destroyed society as we know it. When teen survivor Andrew is injured in a bear trap, he seeks refuge in the nearest place he can. A … Continue reading Review: All That’s Left In The World by Erik J. Brown