Bookish Musings: Thoughts on Disability Representation in Books

Bookish Musings: Thoughts on Disability Representation in Books

In 2017, I wrote a blog post about disability representation and the "magical cure" trope in books, and I had planned to do another post with more complaints. But some of my opinions have changed, and as a disabled person myself, my feelings about this topic are complex and sometimes contradictory. And I wanted to talk about not just issues with disability rep, but also issues with...
 
Book Review: It Ends With Us (Tales of the Tuath Dé Book 4) by Tess Barnett

Book Review: It Ends With Us (Tales of the Tuath Dé Book 4) by Tess Barnett

A war is coming, so Julien, Noah, Trent, and Ciaran have decided to work with Julien's family, and having magical beings and hunters under the same roof is going about as well as expected. Noah and Julien work to stop demon possessions and portal openings while Trent and Ciaran go to help the fae fight the Alfar, and if they don't all succeed, they may not get their happily ever...
 
Quick Reviews: Bright Spark // Keen Sense // Quick Fire // Clear Sight // & More

Quick Reviews: Bright Spark // Keen Sense // Quick Fire // Clear Sight // & More

This time for quick reviews I have the Psions of SPIRE series by Alex Silver! All four main books, plus two extra novellas. This is a series with diverse queer rep about people with psionic abilities (telekinesis, empathy, etc.). Each book focuses on different characters, but they're all connected into one storyline, so I recommend reading them in order. I enjoyed...