Alexandra’s book came out today and hopefully your pre-ordered copy has already arrived! If not, you should just read our reviews so we can convince you why you absolutely need These Feathered Flames on your bookshelf. (There’s also a mix included to listen to while reading!)
But today is yet another treat for y’all: we asked Alexandra a few questions, so you could get to know her better! She talked about her debut, her love for darker fantasy, and what fanfics she would most like to read about her series.
And go ahead and follow Alexandra on twitter.
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If you’re not excited about Kelly Quindlen’s next book — an f/f rivals to lovers sports romance — then I can only assume you’ve just not yet heard about it. But no matter! Consider this to be your notice of it. It’s out 20th April, so there’s still plenty of time to preorder.
But to tide you over in the meantime, here’s the interview we did with Kelly a few months back for you to enjoy!
You can, of course, also follow her on twitter.
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Today’s post is another interview for you! A while back, we spoke with Harry F. Rey about all sorts (including our Very Important Question regarding zombie apocalypses), including Jean Cocteau, trusting yourself, and an X-Files/James Bond crossover.
You can also follow him on twitter.
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As you are (hopefully) aware, Allison Saft’s debut, Down Comes the Night, released yesterday (finally, I say, having made the glorious mistake of reading it last August and been suffering since then) so today, we have for you the interview she so kindly answered for us…just a few months back now I guess.
Down Comes the Night is a gothic fantasy mystery, featuring a maybe-haunted house and some good old-fashioned enemies to lovers — basically the book of all our dreams. And trust me when I say, if you pick this up, make sure you’re prepared to be glued to the sofa/bed/other such seating arrangement of your desire until you’ve put it down. It’s one of those.
So, get yourself comfortable, and have a read of this. And don’t forget to follow her on Twitter!
And then promise me you’ll go read the book.
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If you’re not a fan of Sophie yet, I don’t know what you’re doing with your life. Personally I’m in love with her novel from last year – Only Mostly Devastated – it easily made my list of YA books with supportive parents. (You can also check out my review here.)
And so obviously I can’t wait for y’all to be able to read her upcoming novel – Perfect on Paper. It’s getting published on March 9th, and yes, I absolutely did make Charlotte include it on her rec list of m/f romances with bi mcs. Don’t forget Sophie actually has another book coming out this year, too, co-written with Cale Dietrich – If This Gets Out.
So without further ado, read on to see how openly Sophie talks about her fanfic past & how much it taught her, about zombies, and more. And don’t forget to follow her on Twitter!
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I hope you’re ready for a very exciting interview today! Leslie Vedder is an author debuting in 2022 with a f/f fantasy that mixes Sleeping Beauty with Indiana Jones and, to be perfectly honest, it sounds like everything we’ve ever wanted. So, with that hook, and to hopefully sate your thirst for this book, here’s our interview with her!
And don’t forget to follow her on Twitter!
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You might remember that just in time for Christmas, Nuno released a cover of I’ll Be Home for Christmas (which I very happily included in my holiday mix), and hopefully it brought you as much holiday cheer as me.
So hey, read on to find out more about the singer behind that little gem, how much he appreciates his home country and who was his Portuguese icon.
And of course, you can listen to Nuno’s music here, and follow him on twitter.
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We had an absolute blast chatting with Jonny Garza Villa, and you will surely find them delightful, too! Their debut YA novel, Fifteen Hundred Miles from the Sun, comes out on 8th June, just in time for Pride! What a gay icon, am I right…
So read on to find out what inspired the novel, and generally become a fan of Jonny already. And don’t forget the pre-order the book! You should also follow them on twitter.
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Our interview for you today is with the author of Night Flowers Shirking from the Light of the Sun, Lí Xīng. If you haven’t read that (and it’s free to read, so what are you doing, go go go), and you like that Grandmaster of the Demons show (I don’t know the name, please don’t tell me the name, I’m fine not knowing), this is a sapphic version of that. So, get yourself a cuppa, have a read of this interview, and then a read of Night Flowers. Trust me, you won’t regret it.
And don’t forget to follow her on Twitter!
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We’re very happy to say we managed to chat a bit with Aish Divine! He’s an incredibly talented musician who just released his newest album The Sex Issue on December 4th (in case you somehow didn’t know that yet…).
Read on if you want to learn how Aish’s culture was a jumping-off point of his musical career or what he thinks are the ebst kind of songs. Also join me in keeping our fingers crossed that his music will be used in Queer Eye, it’s what he (and us) deserves.
And of course, you can listen to Aish’s music here, and follow him on twitter.
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