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[Book Review] “Keeping You A Secret”, by Julie Anne Peters.

Well, that hit pretty close to home.   Honestly, when I started listening to ‘Keeping You A Secret’ (by Julie Ann Peters) via Audible, I was only expecting another cute lesbian story to relax to. Even reading the description after I already finished the book would make it seem that way.   But nope, that wasn’t the case as the book got so emotional that it even brought back some…

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[Book Review] A Girl Named Adam (By Jordan J. Scavone)

The Power of Gender and Friendship.   “A Girl Named Adam” by Jordon J. Scavone is different from the books I usually review on here, thus I’m not too familiar with the criteria that make for a good children’s book. Nonetheless, as a fellow writer, I was able to spot the book’s numerous high points.   As a trans person, I looked for anything that may have come off as…

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[Book Review] Nicolette Dane: “My Friend the Bride”, “The Sexy Librarian”, and “Crazy For a Geek Girl”.

~ 18+ Content Warning. Only adults beyond this point. ~ These are all small stories that are available for free via Kindle. My Friend the Bride. Good writing plagued by detestable characters. I’ll first start off by saying that this is the first time I’m reading any of Nicolette Dane’s works, since I only recently started reading lesbian romance books. She is definitely a talented writer from the way she writes her stories and she…

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[Book Review] Gracefully Grayson.

Gracefully heartwarming. Disclaimer: Before I go into this review, keep in mind that since I’m transgender, this review may be subject to bias.  Gracefully Grayson is a book about a transgender kid exploring their gender and finding the courage to be who they are. It includes just about everything a kid such as Grayson would experience while in school: bullying, difficulty with parents/guardians, unnecessary intervention by others, trying new clothes out,…

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