This week we’re doing something a little different! Instead of telling you my thoughts on one book, I’m going to promote eight books in one post! That’s right–The Queerblr has partnered with I Heart SapphFIC to promote eight wonderful books for Pride 2022.
webtoon is hilarious, touching, and has some of the best character development I’ve seen in any graphic novel medium I’ve consumed.
Buckle up, readers, because SJ Whitby is going to take you on an emotional, queer, action packed ride in the second installment of their Cute Mutants series, Cute Mutants Vol 2: Young, Gifted & Queer.
Are you someone who enjoys men-loving-men content? Are you someone who enjoys dating simulator games? Do you enjoy beautifully rendered art? Or more dad puns than you throw a football at? Well, if any of that sounds like a thing you’re into, then you’re probably going to enjoy Dream Daddy, developed and published by Game Grumps and written by Vernon Shaw and Leighton Gray.
Mooncakes, by Suzanne Walker & Wendy Xu is a magical graphic novel that will cast a spell over your heart. This self-contained story follows a diverse cast of characters and pulls the reader right into the magical setting. Walker & Xu have crafted a touching story that weaves magic into the modern realm through the tale of a capable hard of hearing witch, a non-binary werewolf learning their own innate magics, a science minded best friend, and delightfully supportive and queer grandmas.
Are you someone who is looking for a fun game to play by yourself or with up to three other friends? Have you ever wanted to play a competitive dating simulator? Are you at all into monsters (or the furry community)? Well, hold your butts because Monster Prom is the game for you if you answered yes to any of those questions!
CONTENT WARNING: Monster Prom is highly inappropriate. This review is safe for work but the game itself is not safe for all ages.
Today is another repeat author review where we’re going to revisit Jae and her woman loving woman romance that is also a love letter to brick and mortar stationery stores, Paper Love. Paper Love is cute, relaxed, and for me, a bit anti-climactic.
If the unique art style isn’t enough to convince you to read The Prince and the Dressmaker, by Jen Wang, then the story definitely will. This graphic novel is not only visually stunning but has a narrative that will keep you at attention and characters that you can’t help but empathize with.