February: POC Romance: An Introduction

I say introduction but basically it’s an excuse to post gifs. Because you all know that I do this best.

The theme for this month is pretty self-explanatory. But here’s a disclaimer, the world is absolutely shi…er..crappy right now so we may be taking days off from talking about romance to just talk about whatever we can but TALK WE WILL. We might even go off topic and I beg your forgiveness if we do because this world has been infested by cretinous excuses for living beings. And #resist we will.


What’s in store for you during this month are books with some…


And also some chances you just have to take and some moves you have to show…

I’m sure you know what I mean…right?

I mean…love stories with spice and colour and life?

And okay, a little bit of jealousy is fine too.

We will attempt to find books that will warm the cockles of your heart even during this time of great upheaval.

Join us?

Lost in Translation: An Introduction to October

Lost in Translation: An Introduction to October

Works of fiction (and otherwise) originally in English are often translated into dozens of other languages depending on the commercial (and sometimes critical) success of the work but unfortunately the same cannot be said for works not originally in English. English is, due to colonialism (past, post, and neo), (or has become) the standard language […]

August: An Australian Month

When I say Australia, what do you think? Apart from spiders, koalas, kangaroos, and that thing they eat like butter? Marmite? Well, I don’t know about you, but when I think Australia, I think freaking good Australian children’s literature. We have already feature many on the blog but to jog your memory, Australian authors include: Jaclyn Moriarty, […]