Monthly Archives: October 2018

Urban Fantasy 101: A Quick Guide to Dastardly Demons

Demons are another urban fantasy and paranormal romance staple and, like the vampires and shifters I’ve written about before, they encompass a wide range of various supernatural species across different cultures. A demon in one urban fantasy or paranormal romance … Continue reading

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Stitch Recs Spoopy Stuff

Just in time for Halloween, here’s a list of ten of my favorite spoopy things that y’all should consider checking out. If you need specific content warnings for anything, send me a message here or on Twitter! Note: most of … Continue reading

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[Stitch Likes Stuff] Venom (2018)

Everything I saw my friends say about Venom on social media was spot-on. From the use of Eminem on the soundtrack to Tom Hardy’s EVERYTHING, Venom feels like it fell into a timewarp right before it was originally supposed to … Continue reading

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Breaking and Entering: Narrated

This is a narrated version of my story “Breaking and Entering”, a cosy and quietly queer story set in another world. Continue reading

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[Review] Untouchable (Ravenswood #2) by Talia Hibbert

Black British romance author Talia Hibbert is one of my newest favorite authors in Romancelandia. Hibbert’s romances – which primarily focus on interracial romances with at least one main character of color finding and falling in love – are set … Continue reading

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[Review] The Neon Boneyard (Daniel Faust #8) by Craig Schaefer

We’re eight (and a half, there’s a novella) books into Craig Schaefer’s Daniel Faust series and I’m still as huge a fan as I was when I cracked open the first book a couple years ago. Schaefer’s Daniel Faust series … Continue reading

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Fleeting Frustrations # 2: Fan Studies, Like Fandom, Isn’t the Best About Race

I am grateful to fan studies scholars for giving me a name for what I’d been doing before I ever knew that fan studies was a thing. I love fan studies as an academic discipline and I wish that it … Continue reading

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[Review] Taste of Wrath (Sin du Jour #7) by Matt Wallace

I don’t know what the future will bring the Sin du Jour crew, but I’m glad I was able to read this brilliant, hilarious, and fantastically fucked up series about a world within our own that we just… don’t see. Continue reading

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[Book Review] Rafe (Loose Ends #1) by Rebekah Weatherspoon

After her live-in nanny bounces without warning, leaving her twin six-year-old daughters alone for several hours, Dr. Sloan Copeland finds herself in desperate need of a new nanny as she works long hours and the girls are set to start … Continue reading

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Stitch Reads Stuff: October TBR List

This October, I’m focusing on young adult books and supernatural fiction! I’m doing some necessary re-reads for reviewing purposes, diving into some books I haven’t had the time to read, and reading one of my most anticipated reads for Fall … Continue reading

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