Monthly Archives: July 2017

Links I Loved – July

I have returned with another bunch of links that I found interesting, useful, and awesome! This July, much of the reading I did was on intersections of race and sexuality. Several of the articles that I read talk about homophobia … Continue reading

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The Consort – Prologue

Iirin receives a visitor that will change his life forever. On the Moonsday morning that changed Iirin’s life, the kitchen that fed the temple-orphanage’s dozens of inhabitants was empty. The lack of noise and of the usual clattering noises of … Continue reading

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Small Stitch Reviews: Wildfire  and Lover’s Knot

Two short reviews of urban fantasy books I’ve read recently!

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[Book Review] Oversight (The Community #2) by Santino Hassell

Title: Oversight (The Community #2) Author: Santino Hassell (Twitter) Rating: Highly Recommended Genre/Category: Urban Fantasy, Queer Fiction/Romance, Psychics Release Date: June 26, 2017 Publisher: Riptide Publishing Order Here: RIPTIDE PUBLSHING | AMAZON Note: I received a free copy of this … Continue reading

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A Rainy Night In – Part One

Note about future access: The next two installments of this story are super NSFW and will be behind a password. If you’re over 18 and want to see where the story goes, you can get in touch with me via … Continue reading

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The Stitch is on Patreon: Take Two

You’ve heard it here folks, I’m giving Patreon a second try! This time, I have a schedule planned out for the next twelve months and a snazzy (if silly) video that talks about who I am and what I hope to … Continue reading

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[Audio Review] Stitch Takes On… Spider-Man: Homecoming

So I’m trying something new by making an audio review following my second viewing of Spider-Man: Homecoming! Right now I don’t have a way to transcribe the audio, but f I ever get to a place where I can afford … Continue reading

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I’ve got… complicated feelings about the newest incarnation of the Doctor

The news that Broadchurch actress Jodie Whittaker has been cast as the Doctor’s thirteenth regeneration  is great, but I have to point out that it’s also primarily a step forward for WHITE women as women of color don’t get chosen to head … Continue reading

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Urban Fantasy 101 – Southern Pride and Prejudice

Note: This installment of Urban Fantasy 101 deals with racism and slavery and was written in April for a grad school assignment.   People – writers and otherwise – romanticize a lot of weird (and beyond problematic) shit. From novels … Continue reading

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There’s a really creepy conversation about “Catholic School Girls” in the latest Anita Blake book…

Content Notes: This piece focuses on a conversation about child sexual abuse (CSA) by Catholic priests and a joke about “Catholic school girls” alongside talking about rape and CSA survivors in the Anita Blake series and how they’re treated. I … Continue reading

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[Book Review] The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch

Title: The Furthest Station (PC Peter Grant #6.5) Author: Ben Aaronovitch (Twitter) Rating: Highly Recommended Genre/Category: Urban Fantasy, Ghosts, Magic Release Date: June 30, 2017 Publisher: Gollancz Order Here: AMAZON | BARNES AND NOBLE Note: I received a copy of … Continue reading

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