Review: Xan West – Their Troublesome Crush

In March, I read my first book by Xan West: Their Troublesome Crush. This book immediately felt like a warm hug, and I read it in one sitting. I wanted to review it during Autism Acceptance Month, because both the author and the main character are autistic, and I really loved the autism rep. Goodreads... Continue Reading →

Review: Sarah Kapit – Get a Grip, Vivy Cohen!

Today it's time to finally review a book that's immediately become very special to me: Get a Grip, Vivy Cohen! by Sarah Kapit. This was the first time I read an (Own Voices) middlegrade book with an autistic main character, and it was so important to me to see my young self represented like that.... Continue Reading →

Autistic Pride Month Reading Bingo TBR

It's Autism Awareness Month, or what autistics would rather call Autism Acceptance Month or even Autism Pride Month! I hope all autistic people are having a great month, or at least as good as possible during this pandemic. Because I'm autistic, I want to participate in the Reading Bingo that's part of the Autistic Pride... Continue Reading →

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