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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
Technically, there are spoilers for Black Panther in this review… Right there at the top. If you walked out of Black Panther on your first (or third) viewing and were hit by a craving for some sweet romance in the same vein … Continue reading
Title: All About Mia Author: Lisa Williamson (Twitter) Rating: Recommended Genre: Contemporary, Black heroine, Diverse, Coming of Age, Young Adult, Publisher: Scholastic, Inc. Release Date: September 12, 2017 Buy Links: AMAZON | BARNES AND NOBLE Note: Please message me if … Continue reading
“He’s dead, Richard, a walking corpse. It doesn’t matter how pretty he is, or how compelling, he’s still dead. I don’t date corpses. A girl’s got to have some standards.” — Anita on why she won’t give in to Jean-Claude … Continue reading
To the gods and ghouls that he cooks for, Rupert Wong is little more than a mouthy piece of meat. At best, the titular character of Cassandra Khaw’s gloriously gory series hardly registers as anything more than an annoyance. At … Continue reading