REVIEW: Funny, You Don’t Look Autistic

Thank you Annick Press for sending me an ARC in return for my honest review I normally don't read much non-fiction, but on the rare occasion a title jumps out at me. This time, a book jumped out at me because of the author. Michael McCreary and I became friends several years ago as I... Continue Reading →

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A Gift From Anansi

A few weeks ago I plucked up the courage to reach out to House of Anansi Press about reviewing some of their books and was thrilled to get a response back from them! I've always enjoyed the incredible range of books that come from this company and was so excited when I received a package from them... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Brain on Fire

I don't normally read biographies of any kind (with the incredibly rare exception of Carrie Fisher's books), but I especially don't ever read autobiographies about illness. Given my own various mental illness diagnoses, non-fiction books about illnesses tend to trigger a certain kind of anxious paranoia in me that I just can't shake. However, if you know... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: BRAVE

I'm going to start off this review by saying I have turned the comments off. Everything I am about to say regarding Rose Mcgowan's book, BRAVE, is incredibly personal and given the immensely triggering content, consider this also a trigger warning for abuse (mental, physical, and sexual), eating disorders, self-harm, and general upsetting nastiness. So here... Continue Reading →

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