Holy queer witches! I was stoked for this book when I heard all the hype surrounding it. Sapphic witches? Uh, yes, please.
by Brittany B. | 12/4/2019 Imagine You and Me, directed by Oliver Parker (director of Now Is Good and Mama Mia! Here We Go Again, and screenplay writer for both The… Read more Movie Review: Imagine Me & You (2005) →
It got a little political on this review, but that’s okay because we’re talking about A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo over at the Queerblr today!
A Duet for Invisible Strings by Llinos Cathryn Thomas is a short novella that highlights older queer women who have played in an orchestra together and worked alongside each other for years. The twist of this love story comes from a fantastical bargain that has kept Heledd at arm’s length of her true happily ever after with the woman she’s secretly loved for years…
by Brittany B. | 10/30/2019 The Queerblr is honored to present the cover art for Grimmer Intentions, the second installment of the Tales from the Grim series by Jodi Hutchins!… Read more Book Cover Reveal: Grimmer Intentions by Jodi Hutchins →
by Brittany B. |10/16/2019 Anyone But Her by Erica Lee is a cute lesbian romance story that brings all sorts of tropes together for a quick, fun read. There’s fake dating… Read more Book Review: Anyone But Her by Erica Lee →
by Brittany B. |10/02/2019 The Wayhaven Chronicles: Book One by Mishka Jenkins is an “interactive fantasy novel” that reads very much like playing a video game, but there are no graphics or… Read more Game Review: The Wayhaven Chronicles, Book One by Mishka Jenkins →
by Brittany B. |07/31/2019 The Grim Assistant by Jodi Hutchins takes a unique spin on paranormal urban fantasy with a delightful cast of LGBTQ+ characters. This book takes what you… Read more Book Review: The Grim Assistant by Jodi Hutchins →
by Brittany B. |04/17/2019 Just Married? by Natasha West is an utterly outlandish romance novel that quickly sucks you in for a quick, satisfying read. Why outlandish? Because it is a… Read more Book Review: Just Married? by Natasha West →