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Queer black boys need books.

Queer black boys matter.

They exist at the intersections of hope, uncertainty, potential and intolerance with a pin of hatred marking the meeting point. 1,012 more words

Me Being Me


I noticed that once you realise someone’s watching you it’s pretty hard not to find yourself watching them back.

– How I live Now – Meg Rosoff


My Good Read of the Day (09/24/15)

How I Live Now

by Meg Rosoff

Book Summary Note from Felina Silver Robinson: Author Meg Rosoff shares a love story with you about family incest.   83 more words


How I Live Now

Here’s a smirk for you.

Also this book was meh. I did quite enjoy the style though. It felt very authentic to how a teenager would speak. 42 more words


Picture Me Gone by Meg Rosoff review

Synopsis: Mila is on a roadtrip across the USA with her father. They are looking for his best friend but Mila discovers a more important truth. 423 more words

Book Reviews

Challenge Tuesday - 32

Remember last week when I posted a picture, and said the book you couldn’t see would turn up soon?

Well, it turned up sooner than I thought! 404 more words

No 670 How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff

Do you ever read a book, read the effusive praise from the critics and then totally doubt your reaction to it?

That’s where I find myself with How I Live Now – Meg Rosoff’s award winning, critically acclaimed, Hollywood courted YA novel which left me personally feeling, well, underwhelmed. 1,017 more words

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