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Category Archives: Book Reviews
Docile is a book that calls back to the history of slavery in the United States – the enslavement of Black people – and then hangs up the phone without so much as a timid “hello”. Its lack of true engagement with the still-painful, and still incredibly relevant past of slavery in the United States shows in how reviewers are responding to it as “yet another” gushy and empowering dark-fic in fandom. Continue reading
Note: I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. A Wedding One Christmas, a short and sugary sweet Christmas novel set in Caledon, South Africa, was my introduction to romance … Continue reading
Note: This review contains descriptions and images of things from this book that include (but are not limited to): Nazis, sexual assault, the whole MRA and negging plots Morrison writes and Paquette illustrates, and all the misogyny that really has … Continue reading
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
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