Unf*ck Your Habitat by Rachel Hoffman

“Invisible corners can exist anywhere, large or small, hidden or exposed. You may have them in your refrigerator, in a closet, in the middle of the living room, in your front entryway, at the foot of your bed, anywhere.” Unf*ck Your Habitat is a foul-mouthed, funny, and yet caring guide to cleaning, organizing, and getting... Continue Reading →

The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy by Sam Maggs

“Fiction, no matter the form, allows you to live a thousand meaningful experiences and relationships that you could never have in real life. Getting invested in a fictional world means you have a wonderful imagination, a big heart, and the capacity for endless creativity. No one can say anything bad about that.” The Fangirl's Guide... Continue Reading →

Final Girls by Mira Grant

“THE WOOD is dark and the wood is deep and the trees claw at the sky with branches like bones, ripping holes in the canopy of clouds, revealing glimpses of a distant, rotting moon the color of dead flesh.” Final Girls is a fascinating novella by Mira Grant, that I sped through like a child... Continue Reading →

Talking as Fast as I Can by Lauren Graham

“But life doesn’t often spell things out for you or give you what you want exactly when you want it, otherwise it wouldn’t be called life, it would be called vending machine. It’s hard to say exactly when it will happen, and it’s true that whatever you’re after may not drop down the moment you... Continue Reading →

The Answer by Rebecca Sugar

"She was never meant to see Sapphire look at her like this - fascinated, bewildered, impressed - as if Ruby were the most important Gem in the universe! What on Earth?!" This is such a lovely picture book.  Written by the creator of the show Steven Universe (which is personally one of my favorites), this... Continue Reading →

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