This month has been hot hot hot so far, and lets be honest, there’s only one way to truly handle the heat: like Daisy Buchanan, you’ll find us reclined on a chaise longue with a tall glass of iced tea, … Continue reading Hot New Reads to Get You Through the Heat Wave — July Fiction Preview
Oof! Time sure does fly when you’re busy reading, doesn’t it? Half the year has passed us by, and it’s already time for the second part of our 2022 queer lit preview. You know the drill by now: we walk … Continue reading Queer Lit Preview — New LGBTQ+ Fiction coming out in Autumn/Winter 2022
For June’s book of the month, we’ve picked Fish Swimming in Dappled Sunlight, a psychological thriller written by bestselling writer Riku Onda and translated from the Japanese by Alison Watts. This is set to become Summer’s essential read for fans … Continue reading Fish Swimming in Dappled Sunlight – June Book of the Month
For most of us, Summer 2022 will be our first “proper summer” out of lockdown. But even as your insta feeds flood with photos of sunsets and people holding daiquiris in bikinis, you might still be land-locked. Or maybe you’re … Continue reading Travel Books, Maps and Guides to Inspire your Summer!
Another rough year is behind us, and whilst we can’t possibly predict how 2022 will go, we can still lift your spirits with a run-through of all the exciting and game-changing queer lit we’ve got coming out over the first … Continue reading Queer Lit Preview — LGBTQIA+ Books To Read in 2022
Darryl Cunningham is pulling back curtains wherever he goes; from billionaires, to scientists, to economic crashes, he’s unveiling them all in his signature style. In Putin’s Russia: Rise of a Dictator, he draws back the ultimate red curtain… the Russian … Continue reading Putin’s Russia by Darryl Cunningham – September Book of the Month