I was kindly given an ARC copy of Forgotten Vows by Lily Mayne, book 2 of her Folk series. Forgotten Vows directly follows Mortal Skin, and continues where last books cliffhanger left off. These are an MM romance series focusing on Faeries. A single book review seemed like it'd just be confusing - so I … Continue reading Review: Mortal Skin & Forgotten Vows by Lily Mayne
Q-Force is a 2021 adult animated comedy, created by Gabe Liedman, which began airing on Netflix in September 2021. On the surface, Q-Force should have been a hit. It follows the Queer Force, a group of LGBTQ+ superspies fighting both criminals and homophobia within the American Intelligence Agency (AIA), a fictional intelligence agency. Q-Force features … Continue reading Why did Netflix’s Q-Force flop so hard?
I'd like to say I'm an expert on Greek mythology gifts. After all, I basically just have to write down my own list to Santa and we're there! Mythology is one of my real passions in life. Greek mythology is a personal favourite, ever since I picked up my first storybook. Disney's Hercules fanned those … Continue reading 10 Greek Mythology Gifts for Geeks
The second season of She-Ra has just dropped! As with the past season, we got a great set of LGBTQ+ characters to give us some hope.
There are a lot of movies with really underappreciated worldbuilding. I could probably write an essay about the topic. Sometimes, the projects that have been crafted with the most care just don't see the success they deserve. But I'm going to shine the spotlight on five of my favourites today, and do it with no … Continue reading 5 Movies with Underappreciated Worldbuilding
This week I read Point Pleasant by Jen Archer Wood. A thrilling horror/spec fic novel with a gay romance side plot. Ahead is a spoiler free review of the book, so enjoy. Links provided in this blog are affiliate links. We will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking one of … Continue reading Review: Point Pleasant by Jen Archer Wood
Season 2 of the Dragon Prince dropped just days ago. Because I have no self control, I've already binge watched the entire season. I came away having both enjoyed it and ruminating on how it handles representation. Why is the Dragon Prince so outstanding? All it really does, at the core of things, is have … Continue reading Discussing Lesbian Queens: Netflix’s “The Dragon Prince”