4 YA Series That Could Be the Next Hit Teen TV Drama

When I was a teen, I loved to watch Gossip Girl. It was must-see TV, and I made sure never to miss an episode do that I was able to discuss what happened with my friends. Gossip…

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Review: Pretending He’s Mine by Mia Sosa

Pretending He’s Mine is a trope-loving reader’s dream that revolves around Ashley, who’s had the biggest torch for her brother’s best friend/agent Julian, who has nowhere to go but his place. Forced proximity, realizing dreams and…

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Character Interview: Merritt & Avery, Worth The Wait

In the third book in the “Out in Portland” series, Karelia Stetz-Waters is offering Avery and Merritt a second chance at first love, fifteen years later in Worth The Wait. If this sounds good to you,…

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Review: Grumpy Fake Boyfriend by Jackie Lau

Jackie Lau’s first romance book Grumpy Fake Boyfriend is a delightful contemporary with an introverted sci-fi writer named Will. Will agrees to be his best friend’s younger sister, Naomi, boyfriend for a weekend. Meet Will. He…

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Review: Contour by Meg Harding

Meg Harding’s Contour is a contemporary romance with Jamie, a genderfluid YouTube sensation who’s all about being out and proud and Tyler, an Instagram Famous model who’s more than just a hot tatted-up body and…

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New Resource Available for Queer Comic Fans – The Queer Comics Database

Le Button and Aydin Kwan first met as fellow students the Masters of Library Science Program at the University of Washington. They got to know one another little by little, and realized they were the…

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