Adult Fiction · Comics · Sci-Fi

Epic Reads Book Tag

Hi everyone, it’s time for another thrilling book tag! It’s the Epic Reads tag, which I found on Maxxesbooktopia. I didn’t see any rules, so it’s just a quick set of questions and answers, most of which turned out to be very thought-provoking and/or difficult to pin down. 1) If you could invite one author and…… Continue reading Epic Reads Book Tag

Adult Fiction · Comics · Queer · Updates

February #readmyowndamnbooks Update

Hi everyone, it’s time for my first #readmyowndamnbooks challenge update! This is a super chill thing about reading books you already own. I have a goal of five books a month, mainly focused on physical books because those are the ones I want to clear out. I’ll be counting ebooks too, but listed separately, since…… Continue reading February #readmyowndamnbooks Update

Other Stuff

This or That Book Tag

So, I’d planned to do a Weekend Coffee Share post today, buuuut… nothing interesting has happened in the past two weeks. Instead, I’m inviting myself to do the This or That book tag, which I found on A Book. A Thought. last week! Rules Mention the creator of the tag (Ayunda @ Tea and Paperbacks) Thank…… Continue reading This or That Book Tag

Updates

#weekendcoffeeshare: Star Trek, #readmyowndamnbooks, and Updates

Hi everyone! I’m on Comparative Geeks today with “Star Trek Self-Help Books: A Thing?” and I also reviewed the game Chrononauts a couple weeks ago! Also, I’m pleased to announce my participation in #ReadMyOwnDamnBooks 2017! It’s a set-your-own-goal reading challenge with monthly posts to check in on progress. I still own a staggering number of unread…… Continue reading #weekendcoffeeshare: Star Trek, #readmyowndamnbooks, and Updates

Updates

Surprise! I’m a Book Blog

Hi everyone! It’s only been about eight months since my last blog revamp, but that time has helped me refine exactly what I wanted to do, so I’m making another tweak now. I’m becoming a book blog! I’m now titled “Hannah Reads Books” and I have a new theme, but you don’t have to refollow…… Continue reading Surprise! I’m a Book Blog

Picture Books · Queer

The Power Of Art: 5 Inclusive Picture Books

Originally posted on Eclectic Alli:
Welcome to my new series. Art is such a beautiful expression, it can evoke emotions and speak to truths that can be hard to articulate.  It also can often serve as a powerful tool for change, for revolution, to spark people to stand up and make changes. This series is…

Adult Fiction · Children's & Middle Grade · Comics · Fantasy · History · Nonfiction · Picture Books · Queer · Romance · Sci-Fi · YA

Queering the Book Riot Read Harder Challenge

Who else is doing the 2016 Book Riot Read Harder challenge? It’s super fun, 24 book categories to check off, and I’m actually halfway through as I should be. I thought about doing an update post on the books I’d read and still planned to read — and I can totes still do that if…… Continue reading Queering the Book Riot Read Harder Challenge

Adult Fiction · Children's & Middle Grade · Comics · Fantasy · History · Nonfiction · Picture Books · Queer · Romance · Sci-Fi · YA

2016 Reading Challenges and Book Diversity

I poked away at the reading challenges I decided to try last January, but ended up not finishing them. I’m confident I read more than the requisite number of LGBT+ Challenge books, but I only reviewed a few of the books I read, and reviews are part of the deal. Pretty much dropped off the…… Continue reading 2016 Reading Challenges and Book Diversity

Adult Fiction · Fantasy

#LazyLambs Book Club: A Dirty Job by Christopher Moore

The #LazyLambs Book Club returns, as promised! This time around we read A Dirty Job by Christopher Moore, and again we’ve each posed a question. If you do your own post, answering these discussion questions or posing your own, drop your post in the linky below — or you can just chitchat in the comments section, of…… Continue reading #LazyLambs Book Club: A Dirty Job by Christopher Moore

Adult Fiction · Fantasy · History · Nonfiction · Queer · YA

10 Book Recommendations for GLBT Book Month (#queerpop)

It’s Pride Month! Not coincidentally, it’s also the American Library Association’s first-ever GLBT Book Month. Tailor-made for #queerpop, am I right? I don’t think all this month’s posts will be book-related, but hey, they might be. I thought I’d start us off with a list of book recommendations, including fiction, nonfiction, and comics. I tried…… Continue reading 10 Book Recommendations for GLBT Book Month (#queerpop)