• Ariah by B.R. Sanders Review

    Hello everyone, and welcome back to “Are all of my reviews going to be cynical and unimpressed?” a short story of discovery, written by McAlli. This week, I was asked to read Ariah, by B.R. Sanders. Here is the Blurb: Ariah’s magical training has been interrupted. Forced to rely...
  • One Breath At A Time by Gaëlle Cathy Review

    Greetings, Kittens! Today I bring you One Breath At A Time by Gaëlle Cathy. Let’s start things off with the blurb, shall we? Blurb:  Alecia Moore is 21, she studies in Berkeley University. She often visits her parents in the Seattle area on weekends. During one of those visits,...
  • The Red Files By Lee Winter Review

    The Red Files by Lee Winter is as electric as the scoop the two main characters are researching. Lauren King is an entertainment journalist in her late twenties or early thirties, looking to be taken seriously and trying to catch a break in the world of political journalism. Catherine...
  • Interview with Author Bill Konigsberg

    Author Bill Konigsberg spoke with The Rainbow Hub in a Q&A about his current book and fundraising tour, LGBTQ youth, and what it’s like to struggle as a young queer teenager. Question: Bill, you recently wrote The Porcupine Of Truth and will be reading excerpts from the book during...
  • The Virtuous Feats of the Indomitable Miss Trafalgar and the Erudite Lady Boone Review

    The Virtuous Feats of the Indomitable Miss Trafalgar and the Erudite Lady Boone (Trafalgar and Boone Book 1) is amazing. Part of me just wants to write that as a review and shout from the rooftops for everyone, everywhere, to go get a copy and read it this moment....
  • Natural Order by Moondancer Drake

    I wanted to like this book. I wanted to like it so badly. When it was handed to me as my first project for the book department, I was ecstatic. As my first book review for the Hub, I’m furious that I can’t give a great, positive review for a...
  • This London Love by Clare Lydon

    Clare Lydon’s This London Love is a spinoff story of a book titled London Calling, featuring Meg, a florist who is trying to get back in the romance game after her mother’s heart attack and a nasty break up of a relationship. To complicate things, she and her former...
  • The Hugo Awards Controversy and Sci-Fi’s Diversity Problem

    Even though I’ve been a lifelong fan of science fiction and fantasy, I’ve never much cared about the Hugo Awards. I mean, I’ve followed them in a vague way since my teens, and I guess I’ve bought books because their authors were winners at least once or twice in...
  • Review: The Girls At The Kingfisher Club

    Greetings, Kittens!   It’s been a minute, but I’m happy to be back and I can’t wait for the stories ahead. Today, it’s my pleasure to bring you The Girls At The Kingfisher Club by Genevieve Valentine. First, the blurb:   Jo, the firstborn, “The General” to her eleven...