• The Tea Machine by Gill McKnight Review

    Greetings, Kittens! Today I bring you The Tea Machine by Gill McKnight. Let’s take a look at the blurb. The story of a love that never dies…except it does, over and over again. London 1862, and Millicent Aberly, spinster by choice, has found her future love—in the future! She...
  • Men on the Make: True Gay Sex Confessions edited by Shane Allison Review

    Most people have some sexual experiences that will always be good for a revisit. We might not always share those stories but that doesn’t mean we don’t think about them every so often. Shane Allison of Cleis Press did though, and then asked several writers to do the same....
  • Chained Melodies by Debrah Martin Review

    Hello readers! McAlli here to tell you that the third time is a charm and I finally (finally!) have a book that I can recommend you read! Today, I’m going to tell you about Chained Melodies, by Debrah Martin. Chained Melodies is the story of two intertwined characters, Tom...
  • Five Books to Read When You Come Out

    I came out when I was fifteen years old, and had access to a very tiny LGBT section of our school library, which had a whole ten books. As I was coming out, I tore through them, reading them over and over, trying to find some calm in my...
  • How We Began Anthology Review

    Greetings, Kittens! Today it is my great pleasure to bring to you How We Began, a six author anthology covering the sweet beginnings of new relationships wherever they fall on the rainbow spectrum. As always lovelies, we begin with the blurb. A glance, a gesture, an unexpected offer of...
  • Four Children’s Books to (Re)Read

    This week, I started a reading challenge with some students I work with: If they read a book I recommend to them, I’ll read any book they want me to. Not only did it energize my kids about reading, but it also got me thinking about what children’s literature...
  • 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...
  • Kissing A Field Guide by Violet Blue Review

    At one point or another, we all read relationship books or sexual advice books. They aren’t the same thing, and confusing the two is easy, but you don’t have to be in a relationship to need advice on sex and you don’t always need sex advice if you’re in...
  • 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...