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Review | Not Otherwise Specified by Hannah Moskowitz

Genre: YA Contemporary | Diversity: black bisexual MC + ED rep (partial #OV) My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Etta is tired of dealing with all of the labels and categories that seem so important to everyone else in her small Nebraska hometown. Everywhere she turns, someone feels she's too fringe for the fringe. Not gay enough for the Dykes, her… Continue reading Review | Not Otherwise Specified by Hannah Moskowitz

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Trope Tuesday

Trope Tuesday | Realistic Romantic Obstacles

Welcome back to another Trope Tuesday! This is a weekly meme hosted by A.J. @ Lacy Literacy where we discuss a specific trope and decide: love it, hate it, indifferent to it? The topic for this post was originally inspired by June’s #HMReadathon, hosted by Mariam’s Yummy Books, in which we tried to read as… Continue reading Trope Tuesday | Realistic Romantic Obstacles

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Review | 3 by Hannah Moskowitz

Genre: YA Contemporary | Diversity: Latina MC + polyam | My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Goodreads Blurb:  Taylor Cipriano had everything figured out, back when she lived with her single mother in Miami. Now, she's moved upstate for her junior year to live with her mom's boyfriend and her soon-to-be-stepsister and is trying to figure out who she is out of… Continue reading Review | 3 by Hannah Moskowitz

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Review | Wild by Hannah Moskowitz

Genre: YA Contemporary | Diversity: 2 POC bisexuals & a Deaf love interest | My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Goodreads Blurb:  Zack Ramos is training for two things: being a parent to his twelve-year-old sister once his mother's early-onset Alzheimer's (the same kind he and his sister each have a 50% chance of developing--but let's not think about that) progresses too… Continue reading Review | Wild by Hannah Moskowitz

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Review | Gone, Gone, Gone

Gone, Gone, Gone by Hannah Moskowitz Genre: YA | Diversity: gay+interracial | My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ It's a year after 9/11. Sniper shootings throughout the D.C. area have everyone on edge and trying to make sense of these random acts of violence. Meanwhile, Craig and Lio are just trying to make sense of their lives. Craig’s crushing on quiet, distant… Continue reading Review | Gone, Gone, Gone