It’s the end of the year, which means that it’s wrap up season! I thought about how to do this for Let’s Fox About It, and decided to look at the posts that were statistically our reader’s favorite posts.
We have had a great first six months of existence here at LFAI, and you readers are the reason why! Here are some of your favorite posts!
Our top two posts are news-y articles written on the same topic by the fabulous Lina Langley, who as a nonbinary m/m author had an inside scoop on the #cockygate scandal.
Em Ali is one of our reviewers and a fantastic author. We got to host the title reveal of her f/f romance novella, Soft on Soft, and you all went wild for it!
Em Ali said, “Cat Sebastian’s latest book, Unmasked by the Marquess is an enjoyable historical romance set with a grumpy bi/pan Marquess and a non-binary liar, making them an unlikely pair tangled in a story of sacrifice and acceptance.”
Check out the full review by clicking on the heading!
New series of television shows have been announced for Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series and C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia this week. While I see the appeal of rebooting these old favorites, Ceillie would love to see some new book series get adaptations by Amazon and Netflix. Check out the full article by clicking on the heading!
The process of discovering comics can be really intimidating, simply because of the sheer volume of comics out there. It’s even harder to search for comics with queer representation. Le Button and Aydin Kwan set out to change that with their Queer Comics Database. Check out the full article by clicking on the heading!
Talia Hibbert is a master of creating stunning characters that feel like people you could meet in your own small town. That’s why Em Ali decided to interview them! Check out the full interview by clicking on the heading!
The Kiss Quotient won the Goodreads Best Romance Award this year and got optioned for film, which is no surprise to autistic reviewer Ceillie Simkiss. We loved this book! Check out the full review by clicking on the heading!
Ceillie had high hopes for Hullmetal Girls by Emily Skrutskie. There were quite a few good things about it, but it ultimately did not work for her. Check out the full review by clicking on the heading!
Aisha Saeed’s middle grade debut, Amal Unbound, is a heartbreaking, poignant reminder not to give up, and the power of education.Check out the full review by clicking on the heading!
The Dragon of Ynys is a sweet novella about loneliness and the importance of stories. Ceillie absolutely adored it, and think that this story particularly is an incredibly important one. Check out the full review by clicking on the heading!
Much like the last word in this book, Wanna Bet? is true. It’s true to its depiction of such subtle signs of alcoholism, it’s true to its heart fluttering romance between two best friends, it’s true to its incredible moments of friendship, and it’s true to its Muslim hero and fat black heroine. Check out the full review by clicking on the heading!
My Boyfriend’s Back was originally released by NineStar Press in 2016, and has been rereleased as a self-published novel! It is available on Amazon as an ebook and paperback, as well as on Kindle Unlimited.
This story has everything you could ask for in a paranormal m/m romance – zombies, ghosts, homunculi and just a little bit of cannibalism. What more could a reader ask for? Check out the cover and the buy links by clicking the heading!
Darlene Campos, Ecuadorian-American author of upcoming Summer Camp is Cancelled through Vital Narrative Press, was kind enough to do an interview with Kristyn! Check out the full interview by clicking on the heading!