Stacking the Shelves- A Very Special ARC Version Featuring Gomez, Pavel and Liam

  Stacking the shelves is a weekly feature hosted by Tynga's Reviews and Reading Reality In the past I've shared 3-5 books on my shelves (mine, borrowed or library books- I have considered sharing books not on my "physical" shelves but maybe on my TBR shelf to help me think about whether they should stay or …

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ARC Review Fresh Ink

Fresh Ink is an anthology of “twelve label-defying” stories. For those familiar with Point-of-View short story works that have recently come out, Fresh Ink is not centered on a central plot point. For instance, it isn’t the same as Feral Youth by Shaun David Hutchinson (a fantastic read if you get the chance). Edited by the co-founder of We Need Diverse Books, Lamar Giles, the anthology includes topics on coming out, poverty, untimely death, transitioning and romance. I am not going to go through every story, but I am going to talk about my favorites without giving too much away. Dedicated to the late, great Walter Dean Myers, I am going to leave Tags for last.