Review: Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms by Crystal Frasier

Cheer Up is a very cute graphic novel. Annie is a smart, antisocial teen who is being pressured to join the cheerleading squad to increase her chances at college scholarships. While on the team she reconnects with her former friend Bebe. Bebe is a trans girl who is struggling to please everyone and still set … More Review: Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms by Crystal Frasier

Review: Princess Princess Ever After by Kay O’Neill

When princess Amira rescues the kind-hearted Sadie from her prison tower, she finds a beautiful friend and partner.  They have to work together to stop a rampaging troll, bring down a jealous sorceress, and save a kingdom.  This was an adorable story. Kay O’Neill really writes beautiful graphic novels. Sadie and Amira’s adventures were filled … More Review: Princess Princess Ever After by Kay O’Neill

Review: Do It For the Prestige by Kaya LaSalle

Arianna King is a rockstar with a reputation. Unfortunately the PR strategist that her manager employed to help is none other than the beautiful woman she hooked up with the night before at a club. This was a wonderful book. I adored Claire and Ari! They are complete opposites but they work beautifully together. Ari … More Review: Do It For the Prestige by Kaya LaSalle

Review: The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang

Trigger Warnings:  Forced outing and initial prejudice and non-acceptance. Prince Sebastian is trying to hide his secret life as the fabulous Lady Crystallia, who is known as Paris’s hottest fashion icon. His secret weapon is his best friend and brilliant dressmaker Frances.  This was an incredibly sweet and wholesome comic! Prince Sebastian struggles with the … More Review: The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang

Review: The Tea Dragon Tapestry by Kay O’Neill

It’s been a year since Ginseng’s was entrusted to Greta and she is still mourning. While struggling to help Ginseng, Greta is also struggling to create something spectacular to impress a master blacksmith.  This was another wonderful addition to this series and continues Greta and Minette’s story. I really adore these two. Since the previous … More Review: The Tea Dragon Tapestry by Kay O’Neill

Review: The Tea Dragon Society by Kay O’Neill

This was an adorable graphic novel. This story focuses on Greta, a blacksmith apprentice, who is now also learning to care for tea dragons with Heskiel and Erik. While at the tea shop she meets Minette, who has amnesia. They quickly bond over the dragons and grow closer with each passing season.  Greta was a … More Review: The Tea Dragon Society by Kay O’Neill

Review: Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society, and the Meaning of Sex by Angela Chen

“The label of asexual should be value neutral. It should indicate little more than sexual orientation. Instead, asexual implies a slew of other, negative associations: passionless, uptight, boring, robotic, cold, prude, frigid, lacking, broken. These, especially broken, are the words aces use again and again to describe how we are perceived and made to feel.” … More Review: Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society, and the Meaning of Sex by Angela Chen