STACKING THE SHELVES!

      For this episode of Stacking the Shelves I once again bring you three books that have been on my shelves so long that it makes my eyes twitch to look at them. :/ The Hate List by Jennifer Brown *Side Note: Apparently this one has been on my shelf so long that …

Continue reading STACKING THE SHELVES!

STACKING THE SHELVES!

  Sorry the boys can't be present in this week's Stacking the Shelves but their Agent is limiting my access to their use on the site. Wouldn't matter much anyway as they were up too late watching Game of Thrones last night and side eying me when Danny and Jon took flight.  For this episode …

Continue reading STACKING THE SHELVES!

STACKING THE SHELVES! Featuring Gomez, Pavel and Liam on the Catwalk

Sorry this is late but WordPress is gonna WordPress. It ate my work. So take two. Diego? For this episode of Stacking the Shelves I bring you a couple library books from my ever growing library haul and one book that I received for my birthday last month! They also share the dubious distinction of …

Continue reading STACKING THE SHELVES! Featuring Gomez, Pavel and Liam on the Catwalk

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.