Tabitha Beth

Tabitha Beth

A closeted pansexual feminist from a family of bible-thumping conservatives, Tabitha is an undergraduate English major with seven beautiful furbabies and more Sailor Moon collectibles than sense. Her hobbies include (but certainly are not limited to) reading, writing, and taking absurdly long baths. She currently resides in the middle of nowhere, which is naturally the perfect place to be when it comes time to read books for a living.
  • Wishbone by Elaine Burnes Review

    Have you ever read a book that was just a little too familiar? You know, beyond the simple offering of a relatable character or two. I’m talking about the kind of book that can seem almost like a memoir of your life, written by a stranger and marketed as...
  • Into the Furnace by Geonn Cannon Review

    Ask anyone how they feel about firefighters and I guarantee they will immediately rush to shower these outstanding citizens with praise. While not everyone always trusts or idolizes other public servants, no one has a shadow of a doubt that firefighters are true heroes. And for good reason–it’s hard...
  • Woven Myths: A Slice of Quietude Review

    What’s not to love about empowered lady warriors with kickin’ backstories and intricate personalities? Absolutely nothing, that’s what, and Sharon Cho’s first installment of her newest series is filled to the bursting with them. In fact, Woven Myths: A Slice of Quietude opens mid-battle between three mysterious women and...
  • Underdogs: Red in Tooth and Claw Review

    Having been previously unexposed to Geonn Cannon’s Underdogs series, the thought of jumping straight into book four with zero knowledge of the characters or pre­occurring plot events made me more than a little nervous. Fortunately for me, however, Cannon just so happens to be a master of introductory exposition....
  • Review: The Caphenon

    There’s not much I love more than a good science-fiction novel. All my life I’ve found myself captivated by stories that take place in the stars of distant galaxies or the technologically supreme future of life here on earth. So when I realized the book I’d be reviewing for...
  • Review: Turning for Home

    I’ve been staring at a blank word document for a while now trying to find the words to properly describe how I feel after reading Caren J. Werlinger’s newest novel, Turning for Home. As the appropriate response continues to elude me, I find myself thinking back to the first...
  • Review: Rabbits of the Apocalypse

    I was reading The Sex-Bots of Space Alcatraz for the fifty-third time when my little sister Emily slammed open the apartment hatch. “Aliens are attacking the city!” She yelled, and then she slammed straight back out again. My reaction surprised even me. “Thank God,” I said out loud. Then...
  • Book Review: Coming Home

    Hello everyone, and welcome. I have very recently come onboard The Rainbow Hub as a member of the book review team, and I am very eager to explore new works of fiction and offer an honest and precise evaluation of what can be expected from the books which may...