Book Review: “Love Him or Leave Him, But Don’t Get Stuck with the Tab” by Loni Love

This is a book I got for free from a GoodReads contest a few weeks ago. I thought it was hilariously appropriate because it showed up about a month after I was dumped. Since this is a self-help book (and it’s halfway or more written by a ghost writer), there’s no real story to judge… Read More Book Review: “Love Him or Leave Him, But Don’t Get Stuck with the Tab” by Loni Love

Book Review: “A Great & Terrible Beauty” by Libba Bray

Gemma Doyle tries the patience of everyone around her. In the beginning of the novel, she’s in India with her family. They’re British, so there’s a very specific set of rules they have when interacting with the “locals.” (Oh, and they do fetishize the character of Indian descent in the novel as being “exotic,” which is… Read More Book Review: “A Great & Terrible Beauty” by Libba Bray

Book Review: “Biketopia: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories in Extreme Futures,” edited by Elly Blue

Where do I even begin with this one? Honestly, though. I haven’t reviewed a short story collection on here before, and I’m not sure where to start. How about some backstory? Biketopia: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories in Extreme Futures seems, at first glance, an incredibly niche genre to be writing for. In some ways,… Read More Book Review: “Biketopia: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories in Extreme Futures,” edited by Elly Blue