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.

The Veiled Threat: Five Female Pirates in History Guest Post and Giveaway

PIRATES!! Who doesn't like a story about pirates? The Veiled Threat by Sophia Menesini has plenty of them along with princesses, kidnapping, pirate ships, and a treasure no pirate could refuse. But as with any adventure, it doesn't turn out the way it's expected to. As you scroll through, check out the synopsis, a guest… Continue reading The Veiled Threat: Five Female Pirates in History Guest Post and Giveaway

The Binding: I Didn’t Sign Up For This *sobbing*

UPDATE (2/18/21): I no longer recommend reading this book or reading anything by this author. She has proven to be transphobic and I refuse to support anyone who supports hate. I'm leaving this review up because I believe in showing mistakes (with the way authors are going, this won't be the last time I have… Continue reading The Binding: I Didn’t Sign Up For This *sobbing*

Sawkill Girls: Everything I Didn’t Know I Needed

If this book review is more than just me screaming at you to buy this book and heart emojis, that will be an accomplishment. To say I liked this book would be an understatement. Sawkill Girls is a beautiful story of three girls who fight against monsters, men, and themselves to become who they were… Continue reading Sawkill Girls: Everything I Didn’t Know I Needed