Review – They/Them/Their: A Guide to Nonbinary and Genderqueer Identities, by Eris Young

I've been looking for a great non-fiction book about non-binary lives for a while, so I was delighted to find They/Them/Their, a factual exploration of what it means to live life outside of the gender binary. The tone of the book is no-nonsense without being blunt, and academic without being inaccessible, a balance that I … Continue reading Review – They/Them/Their: A Guide to Nonbinary and Genderqueer Identities, by Eris Young

Transforming Through Coaching, with Gem Kennedy

Meet My Coach My coach is Gem Kennedy, a transformational coach and Emotional Freedom Technique (otherwise known as 'tapping') practitioner. She's also an activist, ex-dieter, queer person, mum to free-range children, podcaster, and zinester. If all of that makes her sound really cool, that's because she is. Image description: Gem, who has plum-coloured wavy hair … Continue reading Transforming Through Coaching, with Gem Kennedy

Review: Tundras, Travelers, and Other Travesties, by Amara Lynn

After I reviewed Amara Lynn’s last mlm fantasy book, I was excited to hear about their latest work, described to me as ‘a queer sci-fi hopepunk solarpunk short with an agender MC who uses neopronouns (ze/zir) and has chronic pain’. As a queer non-binary person who deals with chronic pain, this is the book I … Continue reading Review: Tundras, Travelers, and Other Travesties, by Amara Lynn

Review – A Romancing the Page Collection, by Laura Ambrose

For transparency - The first two books in the collection, A Hidden Hope and A Perfect Balance, were provided to me as review copies. I was paid to proofread the third book, An Unheard Song. I also did some light proofreading of the first two books as part of this collection. This hasn't influenced my … Continue reading Review – A Romancing the Page Collection, by Laura Ambrose