I think it's pretty obvious from everything I've written that I love my fiancée an absurd amount. I love being engaged to her, I love being around her, and I love going on dates with her. Even so, the best person I've ever dated is still myself. I started thinking this way a few years … Continue reading Being My Own Primary
A staple of my old blog from one million years ago, my mini book reviews are back! Get yourself comfy, make your favourite drink, and take a whistle-stop tour of what novels, novellas, and collections I've been reading over the last three months. Mistakes were Made, by Juliette Sebock - I reviewed this in full … Continue reading Mini Book Reviews, January – March 2019
I'm transgender, and I suck at sport. Some of my earliest memories involve me looking up at towering adults while wearing an adorable tutu and feeling very, very cross about it. Even though I sucked, I did a lot of sport as a child - ballet, tap dancing, horse riding, judo, swimming, gymnastics, football, etc, … Continue reading Sometimes Trans People Suck at Sports (and they should be allowed to)
Cw: discussion of transphobia. I'm non-binary. Hello! Here's my non-binary face! For me that feels like stating the obvious and it's something that I've written about on this blog a few times now. Sometimes, though, you need to state the obvious. Sometimes you need to repeat yourself again and again. So, again: I'm non-binary. Here … Continue reading Stating the Obvious
CW: discussion about stories involving abusive relationships, rape, incest, violence, & underage sex. Zillah is an exceptionally cool person and one of my very best friends. We've spent a number of years bonding over good books, terrible films, and being kind of bad at being vegan (we try, but sometimes it's hard). One of their … Continue reading Three Books a Harry Potter Fanfic Writer Says You Should Read
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Back in November I reviewed a quick and cosy novella called A Hidden Hope. It was a delightful afternoon's read, so I was very pleased when I managed to get my greedy gay hands on book number two in the Romancing the Page series. In the first story in the series, Natalie and El are … Continue reading Review – A Perfect Balance: A Romancing the Page Novella, by Laura Ambrose