The Bromance Book Club Growls for #MeToo: A Review of Lyssa Kay Adams’ Undercover Bromance

You use weakness as a weapon. You’re so ashamed of your own mistakes in life, so afraid of your own fragility, that you accuse everyone else around you of being soft just for the crime of basic human frailty. I am still a baby when it comes contemporary romance and since I enjoyed the firstContinue reading “The Bromance Book Club Growls for #MeToo: A Review of Lyssa Kay Adams’ Undercover Bromance”

Offshore Shell Religions and Idolatry on Fantasy Hawaii: A Review of Max Gladstone’s Full Fathom Five

To steal a man’s wallet from his front pocket you pressed against his thigh in place of the wallet’s weight. To steal a man’s soul, you pressed against him with your dreams and visions, so he wouldn’t notice when his own lost color. This is the fourth time I returned to the world Mr GladstoneContinue reading “Offshore Shell Religions and Idolatry on Fantasy Hawaii: A Review of Max Gladstone’s Full Fathom Five”

Music in the Time of COVID-19: A Review of Sarah Pinsker’s A Song for a New Day

Even after all that had happened, I’d somehow expected New York to be the same as always, unflappable… The pox, the people who’d shifted to working from home. I’d thought a city this dense everyone would have just laughed at any proposed changes, but it felt like fear had made a dent even here ImagineContinue reading “Music in the Time of COVID-19: A Review of Sarah Pinsker’s A Song for a New Day”

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