Fairy Godmurder by Sarah J. Sover: Let’s Solve Some Murders

What's a better combo than fairies and crime-fighting? When someone murders Gwen's first fairy godmother charge, her life takes a turn and she becomes a crime fighter. If the cops can't figure out who did it, she will. Little does she know that that first murder was only the beginning and she'd be hunting a serial killer years later.

A Lullaby of Witches by Hester Fox: The Power of the Past

This is a tough review to write. To say I loved Hester Fox's The Witch of Willow Hall and The Widow of Pale Harbor would be an understatement. They are gorgeous books. Hester Fox has put out two books since then and...I haven't loved either of them half as much. It feels like her writing has changed or something. I don't know. But let's discuss her most recent book: A Lullaby of Witches.

The Maid by Nita Prose: Voice, Trauma, and Finding Your People

Ok, I want to start this off by talking about a different book. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman. When I read that book, it blew my goddamn mind. It spoke to the deepest parts of me and it had a voice that was both unique and very specific. The Maid didn't make me feel the exact same, but it was very close.

Like Other Girls: Football, Internalized Misogyny, and Finding Your People

Sports books AKA books where sports happen usually aren't my thing, but if they're like Like Other Girls by Britta Lundin, then I will read ALL of them. I don't know what I was expecting from this book, but what I got was so goooood. Finding your people, dealing with internalized misogyny, and discovering love where you never expected it. FUCK YES.