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You Know Me Well | Review

I’m super pumped that I’ve been really on top of my reading game ….well not only reading more but POSTING more! It’s a miracle of miracles! 753 more words

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Danika reviews You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour and David Levithan

This book is a romp. Ever since I read Boy Meets Boy, I’ve been looking for a queer women’s equivalent: a cotton candy book that, despite any issues it addresses, fills you with a sense of hope, warmth, and happiness. 356 more words

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Melbourne Writer's Festival AKA The Best Day of My Damn Life

At 6am on Sunday the 28th of August, I made my first solo trek to Melbourne for the Writer’s Festival. I don’t think I’d been this excited since the day I went to the Harry Potter Studios in Leavesden. 1,131 more words

ARC August – update week 4

So in the midst of the worst week ever, I was actually able to finish a book! Woohoo! It’s pretty crazy because I’ve basically spent all summer not reading much so it’s nice to know this is starting to pay off–signing up for the reading challenge and whatnot👍 209 more words

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The Margaret Mahy Memorial Lecture: David Levithan — WORD Christchurch

Imaginary things, once properly imagined, will grow as powerful and lucid as if they were true. —Margaret Mahy, Memory

Growing up David Levithan didn’t see himself in literature, or if he did, it was with an undercurrent of unease — queer characters were often sidelined, or the subject of tragedy.

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Review: Every Day by David Levithan

Hi guys I´m finally back after my computer broke. Why do these kinds of things always happen at the most unpleassant times? Like, always when you have so many things to do? 176 more words

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Diversity Spotlight Thursday

It’s still Thursday in some part of the world right? On the West Coast? Anyway I still want to share these books really quickly no matter how late it is. 481 more words