What's it about? Alex Clairemont-Diaz, First Son of the US under its first female president, has always disliked Prince Henry across the pond and their rivalry has even made it into the papers. Both nations are quick to force the two to fake a friendship to remedy the tabloid disaster. Neither Alex nor Henry are… Continue reading Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston | Review | Booksmagick
Murphy, Irish Youtuber and (by now) bestselling author, gives life advices, shares her experiences and essentially takes any teen or twenty-something by the hand and shows them how normal their struggles are and that there are solutions to problems that sometimes just seem overwhelming.
Ever since Riley's mum went missing, he has been trying to cope. The detective in charge is a right tool and Riley decides he wants to go look for his mum on his own. Clinging to the legend, that The Whispers - tiny forest creatures - would know if only they were given a proper tribute Riley formulates a plan to get his mother back. At his side, Tucker, the most loyal dog a boy could wish for.
It's PRIDE MONTH and I'm planning on reading some queer books (she said as though she hadn't touched a queer book since last year's #pride :D). There are just some unread queer boks on my shelves and I take June as a challenge to finally read them. And I hope I can reach my goal even though my reading whims are ... unfathomable at the best of times.
Clay Cooper used to be a member of the most famous mercenary band in all of Gradual - Saga. However, the band has been disbanded long ago and the warriors have grown old and rusty. But now Gabriel needs Saga to be united again: his daughter is trapped in Castia, a city besieged by a Heartwyld Horde and only Saga would be brave (and stupid) enough to try and break the siege.