Book Recs: 10 Beautiful, Colorful, Queer SFF Graphic Novels

Book Recs: 10 Beautiful, Colorful, Queer SFF Graphic Novels

Wow, that was a lot of adjectives. But I wanted everyone to know these graphic novels are not only queer, and not only sci-fi/fantasy, they are also very aesthetically pleasing. To me, at least. And all in color! Some of my favorite graphic novels are in black and white, so no disrespect toward that choice, but colorful comics can be a real feast for the eyeballs. Maybe I can do beautiful black...
 
Book Review: Court of Wanderers (Silver Under Nightfall Book 2) by Rin Chupeco [Audiobook]

Book Review: Court of Wanderers (Silver Under Nightfall Book 2) by Rin Chupeco [Audiobook]

Vampire hunter Remy has decided to join his vampire partners as they venture deeper into court politics, in an attempt to stop the Night Empress once and for all. Between mutated creatures, mind control, enemy vampires, and the machinations of supposed allies, there's no shortage of danger, but the connection between the three of them is only growing...
 
Book Review Update: Silver Under Nightfall by Rin Chupeco

Book Review Update: Silver Under Nightfall by Rin Chupeco

Hey, everyone! Sorry I haven't posted in over a week. I've just been tired and not feeling great and wasn't up to it. And now I'm here with a weird post, because I'm actually just directing you to an old post. (I didn't want to delete it and repost it as a new post for Google algorithm reasons.) I reread (more specifically, listened to) Silver Under Nightfall by Rin Chupeco and updated my...
 
Bookish Tag Post: May Flowers Book Tag [Original]

Bookish Tag Post: May Flowers Book Tag [Original]

I was looking for a book tag to do, and I think I saw one called "April Showers," but it's not April anymore, so I thought, what about "May Flowers"? Which didn't exist, as far as I could tell, so I made my own. Does this even count as a book tag? I don't know. I'm just gonna find five books I've read with floral covers and then talk about them. Because I'm tired, and it seems easy enough, but...